Inhabitants of small places have joys and sorrows of their own. They face difficulties just like people from the big cities.
A small village Koyanbay inhabited by 300 people is located 200 km Semey city in Kazakhstan.
To reach the small place is not that easy. You will have to overcome many difficulties including travelling along the road which is impossible to cross in winter.
Every family here is engaged in cattle breeding. Cattle posts are located 20 km away from the village and animals have nothing to drink in summer. Two wells on the post need repairing.
The villagers are now busy with launching a new project according to which the well will be reconstructed, cleaned and supplied with new equipment.
As soon as animals felt thirsty before the project implementation they had to run to the village. But the point is that they mustn’t cover over 9 km a day or they will lose the weight and will become sick. It has become much better now.
The local school can embrace 200 pupils. However, only 80 kids attend the school today.