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On the results of the rehabilitation of children of the Minsk region during the summer recreation campaign 201925-October-2019
During the summer recreation campaign in 2019, 1,159 camps functioned in the region, where 59,726 students or 40.4% of the total number of students received rehabilitation, which amounted to 100.5% of the plan.
In 417 round-the-clock camps, 26,431 students rested, among them:
- inpatient - 24 camps - 12,794 students;
- on a rented base - 46 camps - 3 630 children;
- 9-day wellness, sports and fitness - 322 camps - 9 592 students;
- labor and rest camps - 25 camps - 415 children.
In 742 day camps - 33,295 children, of which:
- Wellness, sports and fitness - 646 camps - 31 905 students;
- labor and rest camps - 96 camps - 1,390 children.
The average ticket price for a round-the-clock health camp for 18 days or more amounted to 415.18 Belarusian rubles.
For the preparation and strengthening of the material and technical base of suburban health camps for the summer season of 2019, 1,356.4 thousand rubles were used, of which:
- funds of the republican budget - 80.5 thousand rubles;
- funds from local budgets - 689.5 thousand rubles;
- funds of owners of recreation camps - 297.2 thousand rubles;
- sponsorship - 36.7 thousand rubles;
- Subbotnik funds - 234.8 thousand rubles;
- other sources - 17.7 thousand rubles.
The allocated funds from various sources of funding have significantly improved the material and technical base of health camps.
In the Minsk region in 2019, many camps were opened for highly motivated children who are interested in learning foreign languages, natural sciences, information technology, the UID camp, the Ministry of Emergencies (the regional health linguistic camp "SMART CAMP" (English); the regional health linguistic camp ( Chinese); Regional Health Camp "BIT" (computer science, mathematics, physics); Regional Health Camp "Scrabble" (geography, chemistry). The following camps are in demand in working with children over 14 years old: art, environmental-biological, military-patriotic, technical, social and pedagogical profiles, as well as work and leisure. The programs of specialized camps are comprehensive, combine theoretical and practical knowledge, sports and recreational and cultural and leisure activities, research and socially significant activities, professional orientation.
One of the objectives of the summer health campaign was the organization of work and leisure for students from 14 to 18 years.
Altogether, 1 805 students were improved in 121 labor and rest camps. The main types of work - landscaping the school grounds, repairing school furniture, decorating the walls of the corridors of educational institutions, making bedding, weeding grain, caring for forest stands, landscape design of flower beds, etc. The average salary in labor and recreation camps was 120, 0 rubles per shift per child.
The work of labor and leisure camps was planned with the aim of creating conditions for children in the summer to develop social activity based on socially significant work. In labor and leisure camps, health, recreation and socially useful work were combined.
A total of 2,273 orphans and children without parental care were rehabilitated in the Minsk region.
Particular attention is paid to the rehabilitation of children with disabilities and children with special needs in psychophysical development.
In total, 666 disabled children and 40 disabled children together with one of the parents were treated.
Children in a socially dangerous situation (944 students), including children who are on different types of registration (IPR-517 children), were not left without attention.
Systematic work was done in advance to organize the nutrition of children in health camps and to provide practical assistance in improving it. There are 5 meals a day in stationary health camps and 3 meals a day in health camps with a daily stay. Nutrition is organized on the basis of approximate rations developed and approved by the Republican Center for Health Improvement and Sanatorium-and-Resort Treatment of the population. Sample rations are adapted by nutrition technologists from the departments of education, sports and tourism of the district executive committees, with the obligatory taking into account the specifics of children's nutrition and the organization of a sparing regime. For full recovery and stimulation of the immune system, daily meals from fresh vegetables and a variety of fruits are included in the diets of children. In the form of drinks, children were offered a decoction of wild rose, juices (mainly pectin-containing), dairy products containing bifidobacteria (bifidin). In respect of confectionery products, preference was given to products enriched with macro and micronutrients: marshmallows, marmalade, pastille, pastries containing fruit fillings, raisins, dried apricots.
In order to reduce the cost of nutrition, the delivery of products was carried out directly from the manufacturer using a trade margin of up to 10%. The pricing of finished products sold in health facilities was carried out without the use of extra charges.
Monitoring of the work of health camps in the summer was provided by raiding trips of regional and district administrations and departments, in accordance with the supervised areas.
For this purpose, on the ground in 23 districts (Zhodino) of the Minsk region, weekly monitoring of all types of camps was carried out.
During the summer health campaign, 1,847 trips of working groups to study the activities of the region’s health camps took place.