Youth Well-Being Survey (Case of Western Kazakhstan)


  • Knissarina Malika M. Ospanov Western Kazakhstan Medical University, Aktobe, Kazakhstan
  • Syzdykbayeva Aigul Kazakh National Women's Teacher Training University, Almaty, Kazakhstan,
  • Seitenova Salima M. Utemisov Western Kazakhstan University, Uralsk, Kazakhstan,
  • Izmagambetova Raissa Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • Ussenova Akkenzhe Auezov South Kazakhstan University, Shymkent, Kazakhstan
  • Kazakhbayeva Gulnur Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan


Youth well-being, Western Kazakhstan, Socio-cultural changes, State youth policies, Diagnostic program, Research methods.


This article examines the well-being of youth in Western Kazakhstan within the framework of the IRN AP19678139 project. The authors highlight youth as crucial for innovation and social progress. They analyze Kazakhstan's youth demographics and state policies supporting youth through various programs. The study focuses on a well-being diagnostic program based on global and national indices, comprising six key criteria. Research methods include questionnaires and interviews with 285 students. Results indicate varying well-being levels influenced by social activity, education access, financial status, security, and technology access. The findings inform the development of initiatives to enhance youth well-being in the region.




How to Cite

Knissarina Malika, Syzdykbayeva Aigul, Seitenova Salima, Izmagambetova Raissa, Ussenova Akkenzhe, & Kazakhbayeva Gulnur. (2024). Youth Well-Being Survey (Case of Western Kazakhstan). Kurdish Studies, 12(2), 2515–2536. Retrieved from