The reference guide for tundra people was published in Yamalskiy district
16:14 1 апреля 2016
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The unique reference guide for indigenous peoples of tundra for all cases of life was published in Yamalskiy district.
The reference guide contains 19 sections on 176 pages dedicated to definite topics, as the press-service of the district administration informs.
Thus, the office of housing policy in details tells about housing programs of Yamalskiy district. The department of education tells about all the details, starting from gathering of children from tundra to school, rules of residing in boarding schools and finishing with education in higher education institutions. Police tells about receiving of acquisition licenses for fire gun. The service on protection, control and regulation of use of biological resources in Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug informs about the list of documents necessary for registration of hunting licenses and so on.
Each section presents services being rendered by this or that establishment, a necessary set of documents, an algorithm of actions for fastest receiving of a result, contact information of specialists. Safety reminder cards, calendars for 2016-2017, blank pages for records keeping are placed in the end of the reference guide.
The idea of the reference guide appeared after analysis of results of the sociological survey conducted by the board of informational policy. The reference book was printed in 1000 copies. It is planned to distribute the reference guide free of charge on reindeer herding enterprises, in nomadic camps, on fishing enterprises. The electronic version will be placed on the website of the administration of Yamalskiy district.
According to the words of the head of the district Andrey Kugaievskiy, more than 1100 families conducting nomadic and half-nomadic way of life reside now in Yamalskiy district. The reference guide will allow families residing in tundra to define beforehand what services they can receive, in what time, what is necessary for that. The reference guide will expand awareness of tundra population.