This group comprises 20 persons and will stay at the camp for two weeks.
“Students hail from five countries – Cuba, Mali, Colombia, Vietnam, and China. Their work will consist of painting, territory cleaning, and beautification of ball courts,” explains group curator Ayrat Ibatullin, Associate Professor of the Preparatory School of KFU.
This initiative is a part of assistance measures undertaken by the university to alleviate hardships concomitant with the COVID-19 pandemic. The camp stay comprises paid work and Russian language classes.
Work shifts last from 9 am to 5 pm, and the rest of the time is allocated for social activities and studies. Naturally, all coronavirus prevention measures are strictly implemented.
Source text: Rufina Gimaletdinova
Photo: Ayrat Ibatullin
Translation: Yury Nurmeev