With a strong commitment to community education and support for vulnerable groups, the project actively engages in enhancing community infrastructure. It provides financial assistance to over 20 schools in the communities each month, and consistently offers support to orphanages, handicapped people’s care centers, and nursing homes.
The project donated funds to establish a kindergarten in the city of Panjakent, which was put into use in March 2018 with President Emomali Rahmon attending the ribbon-cutting ceremony. The kindergarten is the largest and best-equipped early childhood education facility in the area.
In February 2021, the project renovated and constructed flush toilets for 25 primary schools in the town of Sugdiana. In September 2020, a school built by the project on the outskirts of Panjakent was put into use, accommodating 640 students. In 2022, the project implemented an off-take program for agricultural products produced by women in the surrounding communities, enabling them to earn an income without leaving their hometown.