• Dec 3, 2017

    The first phase of the UN Joint Programme “Sustaining Livelihoods Affected by the Aral Sea Disaster” was aimed at improving the economic, food, health and environmental security of vulnerable rural communities of Karakalpakstan, which was implemented during March 2012 – March 2016. This infographic demonstrates results of the first phase, based on the Human Security concept principles.

  • Dec 3, 2017

    Do you know what is the human security? How and where the Human Security Concept is applied? The UN Joint Programme "Building the Resilience of Communities Affected by the Aral Sea Disaster through a Multi-Partner Human Security Fund for the Aral Sea" developed an infographic that describes the operationalization of human security approach in the case of Karakalpakstan.

  • Dec 3, 2017

    The infographic provides information about the types of standards applied in Uzbekistan, stages in their development and introduction in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

  • Nov 30, 2017

    The present infographic offers summary information about the GCF, its goals and main bodies and provides description for such key terms as National Designated Authority, Accredited Entity and National Implementing Entity.

  • UNDP’s initiatives in Uzbekistan are constantly expanding, and consequently we always have new professional opportunities that need applicants.

  • While Uzbekistan has achieved gender balance in primary education, there is still a great discrepancy between the numbers of men and women studying for higher degrees. The ‘Women and Men in Uzbekistan – Difference in Education’ infographic produced by UNDP in Uzbekistan illustrates gender ratio trends in education, and how they are reflected in the national labour market.

  • Uzbekistan enjoys a high rate of employment among both women and men, but gender divisions remain at work and at home. Men are more likely to hold management roles, and work in higher-paid professions, while women are more likely to marry early and spend more time completing unpaid household tasks. UNDP in Uzbekistan’s ‘Women and Men in Uzbekistan – Employment Gaps’ infographic illustrates these trends, and suggests how they may be overcome.

  • Working for UNDP in Uzbekistan is an engaging, challenging and rewarding experience, and we are always looking for talented, enthusiastic individuals who share our vision and goals. Check out this infographic to learn how to apply for either a job or an intern position at our country office.

  • In emergency situations, preparedness, common sense and clear thinking are essential. The ‘Security Awareness’ infographic prepared by UNDP in Uzbekistan details how to prepare for and act during all manner of emergencies, ranging from security threats to nature disasters at home and at work, and explains the standard Developing Evacuation Plan for Uzbekistan.

  • Created by UNDP in Uzbekistan’s procurement unit, the ‘Air Tickets in Uzbekistan’ infographic details how to purchase tickets for domestic and in and out-going flights with Uzbekistan Airways and other commercial airlines.

  • Finding a balance between supply and demand in the labour market is essential for economic development in Uzbekistan. This infographic illustrates key trends in employment rates and demographics.

  • With support from UNDP and other UN agencies, Uzbekistan’s growing numbers of NGOs are playing an increasingly important role in providing social services to those who need them. This infographic traces the growing role of NGOs in this field, and possible directions for future expansion.

  • Getting a visa to visit Uzbekistan on a business trip does not need to be a headache! UNDP in Uzbekistan has created an easy-to-follow guide for how to get from completing your visa application to boarding a plane bound for sunny Tashkent!

  • Being indoors during an earthquake can be a terrifying experience, but there are some simple, easy-to-remember rules that will ensure your safety during and after such an event. UNDP in Uzbekistan has prepared a guide for earthquake awareness, highlighting the proven drop, cover and hold procedure.

  • This infographic shows what are the main concerns of travellers during landing and possible solutions to these problems.

  • Three infographics have been developed by UNDP in Uzbekistan, to demonstrate the importance of biological balance and conservation both within our nation and around the globe.

  • To recognise 16 Days of Activism, a campaign to combat violence against women, UNDP Uzbekistan developed an infographic that draws attention to the topic under-discussed in Uzbekistan.

  • This infographic, developed by UNDP in Uzbekistan, provides an overview of the services that international travelers expect and appreciate when departing from an international airport.

  • Biogas provides a unique and sustainable means for farmers and residents in rural Uzbekistan to generate energy in a clean and environmentally-friendly way.

  • This infographic details the development of Uzbekistan’s Clean Development Mechanism, which will ensure the nations’ environmentally-sustainable growth for years to come.

  • Solar Greenhouses are inexpensive, easy to install, and capable of significantly boosting the productivity of farmers. Check out this infographic to see how solar greenhouses work.

  • Workplace harassment is unacceptable in the UNDP Country Office in Uzbekistan, and within the UN system as a whole.

  • The Housing Fund in Uzbekistan works to ensure that every citizen in the nation has a secure and environmentally-sound home.

  • Do you know how to behave in a security crisis? Do you know where to go and who to report to? This infographic details the best methods of ensuring personal safety and the safety of others during crisis situations.

  • For UNDP staff, travelling within Uzbekistan requires a Security Clearance. See this infographic to learn about the importance of a Security Clearance, and how to attain it as required.

  • Solar power has the potential to have a tremendous impact on the availability of energy in rural regions of Uzbekistan. The development of solar power will mean less of an impact on the environment, and better lives for families.

  • If you are a UN employee, registering for travel is the best way to ensure your safety and the success of your trip.

  • Business e-Registration gives entrepreneurs a faster means to set up their businesses.

  • Inclusive Business is a model that has been used globally to encourage development on local, national and international levels.

  • This infographic regarding Uzbekistan's recently-established Budget Code introduces the way the government allocates and spends public funds.

  • The infographic ‘Customs Procedures for Uzbek Exporters’ illustrates how the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers adopted on July 20, 2015 and the development of inter-agency cooperation in Uzbekistan will simplify and speed up the customs procedures for exporting goods. Based on the preliminary projections of the project experts the infographic shows how will Uzbekistan’s positions change in the World Bank ‘Doing Business’ ranking for 2016-2017 years.

  • The infographic ‘Import: Customs Procedures’ illustrates how the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers adopted on July 20, 2015 and the development of inter-agency cooperation in Uzbekistan will simplify and speed up the customs procedures for importing goods. Based on the preliminary projections of the project experts the infographic shows how will Uzbekistan’s positions change in the World Bank ‘Doing Business’ ranking for 2016-2017 years.

  • This infographic is intended primarily for law professionals, law students, as well as readers with a general interest in law.

  • The infographic illustrates how this novelty will simplify connection to power supply and improve Uzbekistan’s international business ratings.

  • These infographics illustrate basic principles, stages and methods of reengineering, as well as some BPR success stories.

  • This infographics depicts information of the interactive government services' portal on services and service users for 2015.

  • To summarize all measures taken for implementation of RIA in Uzbekistan, the UNDP project "Support for the modernization of legislation, rulemaking, and RIA" prepared a special infographic, which reveals the essence of RIA, provides statistical data on the current status of rulemaking, public consultations of legal acts, as well as an overview of the best international practices of RIA.

  • Infographics "5 facts about the electronic digital signature (EDS)" prepared by UNDP demonstrates the benefits of electronic signature gradually and how to get electronic digital signature.

  • This infographics depicts forms, methodology and criteria for assessing e-participation, provides stats on major electronic platforms in Uzbekistan, and outlines directions for advancing e-participation in Uzbekistan.

  • The infographic explains new procedures of obtaining land plot and construction permits for entrepreneurs. The infographic has been designed by UNDP’s 'Business Forum of Uzbekistan (Phase III)' project.

  • UNDP project "E-Government Promotion for Improved Public Service Delivery" has prepared an infographics, which shows the “as-is” and “to-be” models in public services delivery, key priorities in this area, as well as the most popular public services that need reengineering in terms of their administrative procedures.

  • UNDP Project "E-Government Promotion for Improved Public Services Delivery" has prepared infographics "Filing Income Tax Declaration Service (As Is – To Be)" which demonstrates how to reduce the time, number of documents and procedures required to obtain this service while transforming it into electronic format with the use of business process reengineering methodology.

  • Infographic "Online Public Services Quality Assessment" prepared by the UNDP project illustrates key aspects of this methodology, including stages of evaluation, indicators and their weight, as well as features of measuring the quality of online public services.

  • UNDP Egov Project has prepared infographics that lists most needed open data sets with recommended update periods. It also features open data lifecycle that visualizes potential effects from disclosing information from government databases.

  • This infographic reflects the control process of import/export of ozone-depleting substances and products containing them in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

  • Joint project of UNDP and Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan “Business Forum of Uzbekistan”, which took part in drafting of this Government resolution, has prepared an infographics to show what will change when the new mechanism of new business registration is implemented.

  • This Infographic reflects latest statistical data on the connections of Civil Courts of the Republic of Uzbekistan to the E-SUD information system, appeals’ dynamics in E-SUD, the number of entities and physical persons registered in the system, the procedure for applying and reviewing applications, and the interrelationship between E-SUD and ‘E-government’ projects.

  • This infographics, prepared within the framework of the project of the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Ecology and Environmental Protection and UNDP in Uzbekistan "Initial Implementation of Accelerated Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC) Phase Out in the Countries with Economies in Transition (CEIT) – Uzbekistan", provides an overview of the most commonly used refrigerants used in refrigeration and climate equipment. In particular, the information on typology of refrigerants, their ozone-depleting potential, the potential for global warming, the lifetime in the atmosphere and the classification by safety groups is provided.

  • Aral Sea – located in the heart of Central Asia, once the world’s fourth largest lake, has now dried up to about 30% of its initial size. This infographic shows the scale of the dramatic environmental change and its negative impact on livelihoods of the people of the region. The UN Joint Programme focuses on addressing the human security needs of more than 120,000 people in Muynak, Shumanay, and Takhtakupir districts of Karakalpakstan, aiming at establishing adequate governance systems and sound policies, as well as enhancing economic opportunity, education, health care and environmental security. The approach should be able to create positive linkages between multiple sectors and address complex and interconnected challenges.

  • The UNDP and CCI ‘Business Forum of Uzbekistan (Phase III)’ project has prepared an infographics guiding applicants on how to register their business through the Internet.

  • The second cycle of the Youth Startup Support Programme was launched this year to cover students and teachers of all the universities in Uzbekistan. Compared to the previous cycle, the number of applications submitted has increased by 1.4, and the number of participating universities has reached 57.

  • This infographics, developed within the framework of the joint project of the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Ecology and Environmental Protection, UNDP in Uzbekistan and GEF “Initial Implementation of Accelerated Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC) Phase Out in the Countries with Economies in Transition (CEIT) – Uzbekistan” provides an overview of the frequently used natural refrigerants, their advantages and disadvantages, as well as areas of their application. In addition, information is provided on global warming and ozone-depleting potentials of each natural refrigerant.

  • Joint project "E-Government Promotion for Improved Public Service Delivery" between the Ministry for Development of Information Technologies and Communications and UNDP has prepared an infographic, which shows the key amendments and new services in Single E-Services Portal 2.0.

  • This infographics developed at the conclusion of a training course featuring Government Digital Service (GDS) experts, was organized by UNDP project "E-Government Promotion for Improved Public Service Delivery" in March this year. It describes the main principles of Agile, the basic phases of creating e-services, using a flexible approach, as well as key indicators to assess the effectiveness of e-services.

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