Many would agree that to measure the true impact Allaniyaz had on the community is an insurmountable task. Allaniyaz tended to anyone who reached out. "He always took the time to listen and treated the issues of others as his own. He was quite spiritual, yet humble and modest." said Kudaybergen Naurizbaev, an acquaintance of the Teacher.
Allaniyaz took his father's words to heart. He dedicated his life to mentoring and fostering the youngsters. As the result of the war, a disheartening number of children became orphans and Allaniyaz took it upon himself to build them an orphanage. He didn't stop just then: using the money he earned from cotton harvesting, Allaniyaz furnished the building and nourished the children.
"It breaks my heart when I see these children. As soon as I would enter the door, they leap towards you for an embrace...", shared Allaniyaz in an interview in 1988.
His portraits now cover the school walls; he is the topic of many children's essays – his memory lives on. Allaniyaz taught English to hundreds of students in Karakalpakstan. These days, his legacy is continued on by his daughter.
Just three years before that, Allaniyaz shared his grievances with an award-winning national writer Tulepbergen Kaipbergenov. "People vary: some have a physical might, while others are strong spirited. Everyone interprets their purpose in life differently, too. During the staff meeting, just before the summer break, I mentioned the lack of a medical clinic or a kindergarten, urging people to come out and help. Everyone avoided my gaze and as you can imagine nobody showed up."
"There were times when some government official would pass by, not even stopping for a moment, intentionally ignoring the construction. Some would stop, but only to reprimand or point out the futility of my efforts. Many would comment that this is what the government was for." the Teacher shared with the writer. "Perhaps that's true" Allaniyaz pondered. "Although it can't take care of everyone's needs, so only the lucky few get assistance! There was a disabled war veteran who kept knocking on so many government doors to no avail, until he asked me for help. Of course, I built him a home..."