Inclusive and Sustainable Growth

  • Uzbekistan Aid Effectiveness Project

    The overall objective of the project is to improve the effectiveness of aid flowing into Uzbekistan in the long-term perspective, and to strengthen capacities of the relevant Government institutions in the better coordination, management and mobilisation of external resources at country and sector levels.

  • Aid for Trade (Phase III)

    The ‘Wider Europe: Aid for Trade for Central Asia’ is a regional project that supports countries in the region to benefit from increasing resources available from Aid for Trade (AfT) and to harvest the benefits of trade for human development. The project in the Republic of Uzbekistan is implemented by the UNDP country office in Uzbekistan in close coordination with UNDP Europe and the CIS Regional Centre.

  • UN Joint Programme “Building  the  resilience of communities affected by the Aral Sea disaster  through the Multi-partner Human Security Fund for the Aral Sea”

    Capitalizing on the successes and lessons learned from the previous initiative, a new UN Joint Programme with efforts of four UN Agencies in Uzbekistan - UNDP, UNESCO, UNFPA and UNV, aims to mitigate inter-connected risks to human security as well as facilitate sustainable financial support through the establishment of a multi-partner human security Fund for the Aral Sea.

  • Support to Investment Climate Improvement in Uzbekistan

    Project will provide its support in improving the investment climate to attract foreign direct investments to the economy and the regions to create jobs. The Project will also serve as a platform to coordinate the efforts of other donors and international organizations in this priority area.

Inclusive and Democratic Governance

  • Preventing corruption through effective, accountable and transparent governance institutions in Uzbekistan

    “Preventing corruption through effective, accountable and transparent governance institutions in Uzbekistan” project is a joint initiative of the Ministry of Justice, the General-Prosecutor’s office and UNDP Uzbekistan.

  • Rule of Law Partnership in Uzbekistan

    ‘Rule of Law Partnership in Uzbekistan’ is a joint project of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Uzbekistan, United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The overall goal of the Project is to strengthen public access to and trust in Uzbekistan’s judicial system.

  • Empowering Women to Participate in Public Administration and Socio-Economic Life

    Empowering Women to Participate in Public Administration and Socio-Economic Life is a joint project conducted by the Women's Committee of Uzbekistan and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The overall objective of the project is to empower women, increase women's participation in public administration in accordance with the provisions of the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).

  • Public Administration Reforms and Digital Transformation

    “Public Administration Reforms and Digital Transformation” is a joint project conducted by the Ministry for Development of Information Technologies and Communications of the Republic of Uzbekistan (Mininfocom) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The overall goal of the project is to provide support to the Government in implementation of its national development agenda on PAR and Digital Transformation with the aim to deliver public services with greater accountability, transparency and responsiveness to citizen’s needs and ensure better access to legal information.

Climate Change and Environment

  • GEF Small Grants Programme in Uzbekistan

    The Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme (the GEF SGP), is a global initiative which began its work in 1992 and is currently being implemented in 101 countries around the globe.

  • Reducing Pressures on Natural Resources from Competing Land Use in Non-Irrigated Arid Mountain, Semi-Desert and Desert Landscapes of Uzbekistan

    The project will promote integrated management of rangeland and forests at the landscape level (focus on non-irrigated, arid mountain, semi-desert, and desert landscapes) to reduce pressures on natural resources from competing land uses and improve the socio-economic stability of communities.

  • Initial Implementation of Accelerated HCFC Phase Out  in the CEIT Region

    The global initiative focused on reducing the production and use of ozone-depleting substances and protecting the thin ozone layer of the Earth was reflected in the Initial Implementation Accelerated HCFC Phase-out in the CEIT Region, the joint project of the State Committee for Nature Protection of Uzbekistan, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and Global Environmental Facility (GEF).

  • Developing climate resilience of farming communities in the drought prone parts of Uzbekistan

    The Aral Sea region has been heavily affected by severe climate change impacts, worsened by the degrading state of the Aral Sea. In Karakalpakstan, increased occurrence of droughts is placing serious strains on what little water is still available for irrigation. The main activities of the project, funded by the Adaptation Fund under the Kyoto Protocol of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), include: providing support to the central, regional, and local governments and to the vulnerable rural communities in order to increase their resilience towards climate change. This is in line with the Government Strategic Development Action Plan for 2017-2021, in particular for its third key direction “Priority development of national economy”.

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