Our team has started work on bringing the Internet to Zardaly village!
Now the first stage of our project has begun. Our engineer Erzhigit Imamov left for a detailed study of the area, after which the equipment will be ordered.
The second stage will be the installation of a metal frame and radio retranslators, which will be installed in the vicinity of Zardala, and through them, the Internet will be carried out to the village.
solar panels for powering Internet radio repeaters
The third stage: Accommodation in the village of Zardaly for 5 days, to teach local residents digital skills, ways to make money through the Internet, various ways of learning, and much more!
The ISOC team would like to thank New-Tek LLC, a domestic solar panel manufacturer, for providing a discount on solar panels!
The project is being applied with collaboration to Taza Koom — Center for Strategic Initiatives.
“Internet and Digital Skills for Remote Community of Zardaly” was provided in part by the USG Alumni Small Grants Program, which is funded by the U.S. Embassy Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic and administered by American Councils for International Education Kyrgyzstan. The opinions expressed herein are the author’s own and do not necessarily express the views of either U.S. Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic or the American Councils for International Education.