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Sara Nazarbayeva

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Name  Sara Nazarbayeva

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Role  Nursultan Nazarbayev's wife
Spouse  Nursultan Nazarbayev (m. 1962)
Children  Dariga Nazarbayeva, Aliya Nazarbayeva, Dinara Nazarbayeva
Grandchildren  Nurali Aliyev, Tiara Khassenova, Alsara Khassenova, Venera Aliyeva, Aisoultan Nazarbayev
Great grandchildren  Alan Aliyev, Anuar Aliyev, Laura Aliyeva, Amira Aliyeva
Similar People  Nursultan Nazarbayev, Dariga Nazarbayeva, Aliya Nazarbayeva, Dinara Nazarbayeva, Nurali Aliyev

Sara Alpysqyzy Nazarbayeva (Kazakh: Сара Алпысқызы Назарбаева) (born 12 February 1941, in Kzyl-Zhar, present-day Kazakhstan) is the First Lady of Kazakhstan and wife of President Nursultan Nazarbayev. She married Nursultan in 1962 after her graduation. They have three daughters — Dariga, Dinara and Aliya — and as well as six grandchildren and a great granddaughter.

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A trained economics engineer, Nazarbayeva is the Founder and Chair of Bobek an International Children's Charity Fund. For her work with children she is a winner of the Ihsan Dogramaci Family Health Foundation Prize from the World Health Organization in 1997 and The International Unity Prize.

Work with children

Nazarbayeva is the President of Bobek, an International Children's Foundation, which she founded in 1992 soon after the country became independent. She created Bobek to help mother and child care, provide supervision of foundling homes and orphanages, provide equipment and supplies to schools, aid gifted children from low-income families, and to assist the child health care system.

In 1997 she launched the first National Children's Rehabilitation Center and the "S.O.S. Children's Villages of Kazakhstan" which are family villages for orphans. These consist of several houses built together in a group where many children live in one house with several caretakers. Nazarbaeva's plans for the children's villages enable the orphaned children to grow up in a family atmosphere.


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