The shelter at the Ak-Jurok crisis center in Osh was founded in 2009 and has served 452 women since its foundation. Our shelter is designed for women and children who have been subjected to family and sexual abuse and has the capacity to accommodate up to 12 people. Although the shelter can take up to 12 people, simultaneously only 3-4 women can stay since most of the time they come to us with their children. 

Our professional team helps women and children reduce stress and shame stemming from their past experience and fight further: they are provided with timely psychological, legal and social support.  The shelter provides women and children with three meals a day, hygiene products, clothing and safe haven for the period of 12-18 days.

Learn more about the shelter at the Ak-Jurok crisis center by watching this video

This video was filmed as part of a published article in the Kyrgyz language for Kloop news website. In it you can see the shelter at the Ak-Jurok crisis center from the inside. Our founder Darikan Asilbekova shows how the shelter is arranged and shares stories of girls and women who stayed there in the past.

The article was published on August 10, 2018. You can read the entire article here. The author is Aibike Amangeldi kyzy.