In July of 2016 in Astana was opened a pension for children with cancer and their parents who come from all the regions of the Republic of Kazakhstan and are on day care in the oncology department of the National Science Center for Maternity and Childhood.

Within 3 years in the pension 381 children, 29 donors and 433 parents (caregivers) found help and support.

Location of the project was the City of Astana, Almaty District, Village Promyshlennyi, State Institution "Secondary schools no. 13, no. 57".

The purpose of the Rehabilitation Center is provision of psychological, pedagogical, medical and social assistance to the children with the Down syndrome and their families.

Since November 1, 2016 the "Sunny World" Rehabilitation Center has been carrying out correctional and pedagogical activities in order to support children with the Down syndrome aged from 0 to 18 years with the goal of ensuring equal access to pre-school education and preparing them for school.

Within the framework of the memorandum with the Education Department of the City of Astana, from 2016 for scholars of the 9th to 11th classes and students of the colleges of the City of Astana every month lectures on the themes: for girls "Healthy girl is a healthy nation", for boys "Your health and infections transmitted sexually" are being organized.

Location of the project was the City of Astana, the Almaty district, Village Promyshlennyi, State Institution "Secondary School no. 13".

The goal of the marathon is to ensure equal access for all the participants of the educational process to the best educational resources and technologies, to identify and support all gifted children with the special educational needs and to promote their creative self-realization.

The goal of the project is to promote the international exchange of experience with the latest achievements in the field of maxillofacial and plastic medicine.

In January of 2018, in conjunction with a company Samsung Electronics Central Eurasia, the Smart Class was opened within the framework of the Samsung School project for children from the children's oncology departments of the National Science Center for Maternity and Childhood .