Within the framework of the joint UNDP and Ministry of Construction project "Market Transformation for Sustainable Rural Housing in Uzbekistan" funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), training on "Building codes and regulations for energy efficiency in buildings and the basic principles of design of energy-efficient and low-carbon buildings" was conducted in Termez city, Surkhandarya region on 13 May 2019.
The issue of employment generation is a key priority under the Action Strategy on five priority areas of development of Uzbekistan in 2017-2021.
From May 13-14 Ms. Mirjana Spoljaric Egger, the UNDP Assistant Administrator and Director of UNDP’s Regional Bureau for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States will visit Uzbekistan to discuss with key national counterparts the next steps in the country’s reform process.
50 children aged 3 to 7 years old are taught in the Knowledge House for Preschool Children “Nawshe” since its launch in December 2018. Six days a week, from 09:00 to 19:00, children learn in a playful manner, go for sports, attend various hobby groups, and all this is done according to a methodic specially developed for them.
To mitigate the climate change impacts and reduce the carbon footprint, individuals shall gain the knowledge since young age. At the present time, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and its partners have developed a set of interactive learning materials on climate change. This initiative is called “Climate Box” and it targets at schoolchildren.
Based on the priorities of the Government of Uzbekistan to improve the functional capacities and performance of local Kengashes of people's deputies at the regional and district levels, the Joint Programme pilots the project "Promotion of the local development through enhancing inclusive and responsive government institutions in the Aral Sea region". Constant work with the media representatives, as an important link in the process of interaction between state authorities and public institutions, is one of the priorities in this area.
The event was aimed to inform business community and public about the measures taken by the Government of Uzbekistan to improve business environment in the country, exchange views and prepare recommendations on how to improve doing business in Uzbekistan.

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32.6 million

Population

14.1%

Poverty rate

$3.287

GNI per capita

0.661

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