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  • 22 May 2013
    How can Oil and Gas Companies reduce their Negative Impact on Biodiversity?

    How can oil and gas companies reduce their negative impact on biodiversity? What can we learn from the experiences of other countries? Which of these experiences are applicable in Uzbekistan? Students of Gubkin` Russian State University of Oil and Gas presented how oil and gas companies can reduce their impacts on biodiversity and use new technologies for biodiversity conservation. This event was part of the celebration of the International Day for Biodiversity, celebrated worldwide on 22nd May.

  • 14 May 2013
    Building Dialogue between Craftspeople and the Marketplace

    Local entrepreneurs and artisans in Namangan region took part in a seminar on "Key issues in sales and development of handicrafts based on individual entrepreneurship".

  • 14 May 2013
    Starting off the Weeklong Social Innovation Workshop - ITERATE

    ITERATE is an eight-day learning experience. Twenty selected participants of the training will be working together and learn how to observe a problem, design a solution, test it and create a business strategy. ITERATE will help them to apply these new skills in their own projects and to share them in their own communities.

  • 13 May 2013
    Energy is Central to Sustainable Development

    Energy is central to sustainable development and poverty reduction efforts. It affects all aspects of development - social, economic, and environmental, including livelihoods, access to water, agricultural productivity, health, population levels, education, and gender-related issues.

  • 10 May 2013
    Social Enterprise-Made Products sold at the Supermarket Chain supermarket chain shoppers will now be able to make their personal contribution to the development of social enterprises, creation of new jobs for people with disabilities, low-income women living in remote villages, and the revival of the national embroidery traditions by buying products with a ‘social product’ logo.

  • 07 May 2013
    Cold Storage Techniques for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

    A two-day training seminar on ‘Maintenance and service of refrigeration equipment’ for cold storage engineers and representatives of the business sector involved in storage of fruits and vegetables was held in Namangan. The seminar was organized by the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources of the Republic of Uzbekistan, USAID Project ‘Aglinks +’ with the assistance of the UNDP Project ‘Support to foreign trade and investment promotion in Uzbekistan’.

  • 07 May 2013
    If you are a student and you love nature - read further

    If you are a student and you love nature, if you would like to contribute to nature conservation and would like to do it by using an information graphic, you are invited to participate in infographic and caption/comment contests.

  • 07 May 2013
    Bringing UN Business to the Regions of Uzbekistan

    By procuring locally-produced goods and services in Uzbekistan, the UN can support small and medium business, can guarantee that business transactions are made efficiently, cost-effectively and on time, and can ensure the delivered products meet the specific needs of initiative beneficiaries.

  • 06 May 2013
    EcoWeek 2013: Reporting on Water Recycling in Industry and Agriculture

    The effective water reuse and recycling systems used at Samarkand are good examples of how water management can be implemented in Uzbekistan

  • 03 May 2013
    Implementing the International Criteria of ICT Evaluation

    Tashkent City has hosted the ‘Implementation of International Criteria for Evaluating ICT in Uzbekistan’ roundtable.

  • 02 May 2013
    Palliative Care: Providing Relief for Patients with HIV

    Palliative care is specialized medical care for people with serious disease, which focuses on providing patients with relief from the symptoms, pain and stress, caused by an illness. The goal is to improve quality of life for both the patient and the family. In this regard, building capacity of nurses in primary healthcare facilities, who provide palliative care services to the HIV positive patients and educate family members, is a significant step towards improving access to quality medical care.