Today, on February 22, the Aigine CRC team visited Ak Bulun village, Ak-Suu district, Ysyk-Kul region, where during 2021-2022 a petroglyphs project was being implemented jointly with local enthusiasts.
Project expert Zhumagazy Sadyr uulu summed up the process of passportization of the Ak Bulun complex, demonstrated and handed over to the rural government the project products – the information stand and the online map.
Local authorities expressed their readiness to further inform and involve residents in the protection of the local historical and cultural complex Ak Bulun.
The village school, library and club also received books and other publications from Aigine CRC.
The meeting was held within the framework of the project “Study and preservation of traditional knowledge associated with Ak Bulun petroglyphs (Issyk-Kul region, Kyrgyzstan)”, supported by the Foundation for the Development of Knowledge and Approaches to Knowledge of Indigenous Peoples PAWANKA.