The 2024 Aurora Tech Award, founded by inDrive, has announced its shortlist of female startup founders. It included 20 entrepreneurs, 3 of whom are representatives of Kazakhstan. A total of 649 applications from businesswomen from 102 countries were received
Winner in the nomination Tech for Good – Assem Tazhiyeva, founder of social startup Ozim Platform, which is a mobile application with useful information for parents of young children, including those with special needs
On November 2, the ceremony of awarding the creative STEPPE Awards took place in Almaty. An important detail of the award was the special STEPPE Women category with the support of the Cartier Women’s Initiative
In the words of Assem Tazhieva: “It is essential to support women’s technological projects aimed at addressing social issues”
This new digital public good (DPG) application supports children with disabilities and their families
The Ozim (Myself) platform is a mobile application providing information and methodological support to parents of children with special needs, including video instructions from qualified Kazakh experts and rehabilitation techniques that parents can use at home
The first online information platform for parents of children with special needs "Ozim Platform" has been launched in Kazakhstan
Assem TAZHIYEVA, the founder of the Ozim Platform, was included in the short list of female startup founders for the international Aurora Tech Award 2024, the results of which will be announced this spring
"Asyl ZHUREK"at the sixteenth webinar of the virtual laboratory of inclusive education
Access to equal education is the way to a humane society
There are always a lot of ideas and innovations in Central Asia. Young entrepreneurs are trying themselves in different fields, creating projects in education, tourism, technology and more. We have gathered promising startups with an interesting idea.
The results of 2021. 10 solutions, technologies and products that have made the life of Kazakhstanis better.
The year 2021 is coming to an end. Continuing last year's tradition, we sum up the results together with Visa and choose technological solutions and products that have helped Kazakhstanis to study, invest, improve their health and spend less time on paperwork.
Children who come into this world with developmental disabilities should have a chance for a full happy life, but for this they need care and support. This is exactly what medical enthusiasts and developers of the Ozim Platform resource teach parents of such babies today, where families with special children can gain knowledge about how to help their child properly.
In the context of the global Covid-19 pandemic, parents of children with special needs and specialized specialists faced difficulties in organizing educational and rehabilitation procedures for children.
In order to spread the effective experience of inclusive education, a Virtual Laboratory of Inclusive Education operates at the Resource Advisory Center for Inclusive Education for Universities of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Since April 29, 2020, the Resource Advisory Center for Inclusive Education has been organizing a virtual laboratory of inclusive education and implementing advisory and methodological activities.
We are increasingly hearing about diseases such as autism, cerebral palsy or rare genetic diseases. According to statistics, there are 94,660 children with disabilities in Kazakhstan by the end of 2020. These are numbers that hide a lot of emotions and feelings.
Ozim Platform Hackathon, organized by the creators of the first mobile application in Kazakhstan for parents of children with special needs, was attended by students and graduates of the master's program of the Graduate School of Education of Nazarbayev University with a specialization in "Inclusive Education", IT specialists with successful experience in developing mobile applications, experts from various fields related to inclusive education and, most importantly, the parents of children with special needs themselves.
The first online platform Ozim Platform for parents of special children was launched in Kazakhstan. The developers of the application are NUGSE graduates Assem Tazhieva, Maria Ippolitova and Dana Mambetalina. An expert in the field of inclusion, Assistant Professor of NUGSE Rita Kasa is also involved in the Ozim platform project.
Are you an IT expert? Do you want to take part in the development of a mobile application? You have a unique opportunity to support children with special needs and their parents.
In the context of the global Covid-19 pandemic, parents of children with special needs and specialized specialists faced difficulties in organizing educational and rehabilitation procedures for children. The optimal solution was to create a mobile application in the form of an information platform for parents of children with special needs, which includes not only theoretical materials, but also practical lessons with a child at home in Kazakh and Russian.
Take part in a team brainstorm to improve the FIRST product in Kazakhstan to promote inclusion and provide information support for parents of children with special needs.
There are more and more women in Kazakh business sector! Many of them are focusing on completely fresh and new ideas and founding their startups. Interesting projects are turning into profitable cases. Rinata Ilyubaeva is a mother of two, but this does not prevent her from being high profile in the business world. She created the country's first platform that allows companies to vet their suppliers.
Digital inclusion expert Ziyat Abdykaimov conducted an audit of the app's accessibility for blind and visually impaired people. Already at the development stage, the team consulted with Ziyat to ensure the availability of technology and corrected technical imperfections that limited access for this group of people.
The Ozim Platform Hackathon, organized by the creators of Kazakhstan's first mobile application for parents of children with special needs, was attended by students and graduates of the Master's program of the Higher School of Education of Nazarbayev University.
Women make 45% of SME owners in Kazakhstan. News releases for November 12. 2021
On Monday, November 8, 2021, the official presentation of the Ozim Platform mobile application is planned at the Astana Hub site. The developers of the application, graduates of the Higher School of Education of Nazarbayev University, will demonstrate the capabilities of the application and tell you what led to the idea of its creation.