‘Demo Day’: Meet the finalists of the ‘Startup Initiatives-2017’ programme
Dec 12, 2017
A special event ‘Demo Day’ has finalized the second cycle of the three-month programme supporting youth startup initiatives.
Meteorological stations installed to help farmers in the Tashkent region
Oct 27, 2017
The joint project of Chamber of Commerce and Industry and UNDP ‘Business Forum of Uzbekistan (Phase III)’ has launched an initiative to install four agricultural meteorological stations in the Tashkent region and provide 800 private and dehkan farms in this area with free of charge recommendations on agrotechnical activities.
Multimedia equipment delivered to the Fergana Valley Civil Courts
Oct 16, 2017
On October 13, the Rule of Law Partnership in Uzbekistan presented 15 inter-district civil courts of the Fergana Valley with modern computer equipment that will help connect the courts to the E-SUD national electronic case management system.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry and UNDP examine challenges of women entrepreneurs in Uzbekistan
Oct 13, 2017
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry and UNDP ‘Business Forum of Uzbekistan (Phase III)’ project with the support of the Women's Committee, and the Business Women’s Association has been conducting a research examining the barriers women face when starting, running and expanding a business in Uzbekistan. The results of the research will become the basis for a policy brief on stimulating the women entrepreneurship development in the country.
E-SUD as an innovative system of transparent and open justice
Sep 28, 2017
A court order has formally incorporated Uzbekistan’s all 75 civil courts into the national E-SUD system. The system was first developed in 2013, and has been implemented by the joint ‘Rule of Law in Uzbekistan’ project of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Are young women a key to the growth of Uzbekistan’s ICT industry?
Sep 6, 2017
There is currently a greatly untapped resource of women programmers, who are essential to the understaffed global ICT industry (an estimated 800,000 extra professionals will be needed in Europe by 2020). But women programmers, especially those in management roles, make up a small minority of the world’s IT professionals. The landscape for women programmers is not much different here in Uzbekistan. The share of women in technical universities is only 16-22 percent of the total number of students. Technovation Challenge.
Energy Efficient Houses will be constructed in rural regions in Uzbekistan
Aug 25, 2017
A new joint project of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Architecture and Construction “Market Transformation for Sustainable Rural Housing” funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) has started its implementation with an Inception Workshop held on 25 August 2017.
Mobile Cabins Transferred to Livestock Farmers
Aug 25, 2017
Two farmers from Djizak and Bukhara regions received mobile homes to improve their basic household needs while staying remotely from their families, houses and social infrastructure sites.
‘Startup Initiative' programme will help 40 teams to turn their idea into a business
Aug 21, 2017
Today, on August 21, a three-month Youth Startup Initiatives Support Programme kicked off. According to the results of the competitive selection, 40 startup projects from all over Uzbekistan take part in the second cycle of the ‘Startup Initiative’ Programme.
Trainings on application of Human Security Concept
Aug 19, 2017
On 17-18 August 2017, Nukus hosted a two-day training for 48 representatives of governmental bodies of the Republic of Karakalpakstan - specialists of local ministries, district khokimiyats and public organizations of Karakalpakstan. The trainings aimed at enhancing professional skills of specialists involved in socio-economic development of the region with focus on application of the principles of the Human Security Concept.