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Ufa orphans will be shown on "Poka Vse Doma" TV program


UFA, 27 August 2015. /Bashinform News Agency, Gulfiya Akulova/.

Video clips featuring Ufa orphans will be shown in the program of the First Channel "Poka Vse Doma" (While Everybody at Home). The first broadcast will take place this Sunday, August 30.

In July, the crew of the All-Russian project "Videopassport" headed by the presenter Helen Kizyakova filmed videos of 24 children from Ufa who needed parents. The shooting took place in the city's three institutions — the Baby Home, one of the children's homes and social shelter. Videos are posted on the website of the project "Videopassport" — nationwide multimedia information retrieval system for the adoptive parents, headed by the author and presenter of the program "Poka Vse Doma" Timur Kizyakov.

As reported in the municipal Guardianship Department, from the time of placement of stories on the network four children have already met their future parents.

The TV workers plan to tell in the air of the First Channel about the other four young Ufa residents who wish to have a family.

The detailed information about orphans and children left without parental care can be found on the project website or the Guardianship Department of Ufa Administration, which is located at: 161/2, Komsomolskaya Street, Ufa. Phone: 279-91-84, 279-91-85.

Bashkortostan Republic became the 30th Russian region cooperating with a retrieval system "Videopassport". For the first nine years of the project existence, 3380 videopassports were created, 2202 children were adopted by families.

Currently 2160 orphans and children left without parental care are registered in the Guardianship Department of Ufa Administration. 244 children now live in the children's homes and orphanages.

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