The Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) today launched a three-year joint project on “Preventing corruption through effective, accountable and transparent governance institutions in Uzbekistan.”
Every morning after finishing up her household work Samiya Juraeva takes a bus from her hometown in Turakurgan to start work at 8 a.m as a craftsman in Namangan. Samia Juraeva started her work at the ‘Rozdil Charm Savdo’ factory in 2014 specializing in the production of purses.
UNDP jointly with national partners are conducting a survey among entrepreneurs on the conditions of doing business in the country.
More than 15 demonstrative projects by students included innovative ideas on effective and efficient management of water resources and water saving technologies.
Experts from UNCITRAL, UNECE, EBRD, representatives of the private sector participated in a workshop to share experience in PPP and provide recommendations to partners in Uzbekistan.
More than 100 young women and girls from Tashkent improved their knowledge and skills in information technologies and innovations in a special event within the framework of Women Techmakers 2018 International Women’s Day Celebration (IWD).
More than 210 representatives of rural citizens' assemblies, district khokimiyats, farmers and journalists attended a training on implementing adaptation measures.

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