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  • Just three steps to connect businesses to power supply Jan 19, 2016

    From 1 January 2016, Uzbekistan introduced new ‘turnkey’ regulations for businesses to connect to power supply. These will include only three procedures instead of multiple procedures under the previous regulations. This novelty will help simplify connection to power supply thereby improving Uzbekistan’s international business ratings.

  • Cooperation of UNDP with national and international partners on prevention of corruption in Uzbekistan Jan 12, 2016

    Corruption is a complex social, political and economic phenomenon, which affects all countries to certain extent. Corruption destroys democratic institutions, slows economic development and undermines the effective governance principles.

  • Ban Ki-moon: Message on International Anti-Corruption Day Dec 9, 2015

    Global attitudes towards corruption have changed dramatically. Where once bribery, corruption and illicit financial flows were often considered part of the cost of doing business, today corruption is widely -- and rightly -- understood as criminal and corrosive. The new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, our plan to end poverty and ensure lives of dignity for all, recognizes the need to fight corruption in all its aspects and calls for significant reductions in illicit financial flows as well as for the recovery of stolen assets.

  • Supreme Court of Uzbekistan launched its new official website and interactive services Nov 25, 2015

    November 25, 2015 – Supreme Court of Uzbekistan launched its news official website (www.supcourt.uz, www.oliysud.uz), including a wide range of information and interactive services.

  • Sanitation and hygiene – cornerstones of good health Oct 31, 2015

    Water, sanitation and hygiene belong to the most fundamental human needs and have critical importance for human health and development. According to the data of WHO, 89 per cent of world’s population have access to an improved source of drinking water. Nonetheless, over 2.2 million people globally die from water-related and filth-borne diseases. Diarrhea and malaria are one of the main diseases causing death of children under five years of age. Specialists call for effective cooperation between healthcare and education sectors. In fact, sometimes it is enough to use basic rules of hygiene, improve quality of drinking water and follow the rules of water storage. In this context, the crucial role is played by sanitation and hygiene education, clarification of the necessity to wash hands, proper clothing and home care, that will result in reduction of the incidence of diseases by 40 per cent.

  • Uzbekistan celebrates the 70th anniversary of the United Nations Oct 24, 2015

    Maintenance of peace and security, protection of human rights, and improvement of living conditions have been at the core of the activities of the United Nations, a global organisation founded 70 years ago for the benefit of humanity. The UN Office in Uzbekistan is staging broad celebrations of this milestone by holding a variety of events for the purpose of cementing cooperation with national partners and raising broad public awareness of the UN’s primary achievements since its inception as well as the outcomes of the UN’s cooperation with Uzbekistan and plans for the near future.

  • Innovations in waste management in Yangiyul Oct 16, 2015

    It took about four years since an innovative waste management approach has been implemented in Yangiyul. This practice based on public-private partnership still proves its efficiency.

  • UNDP in Uzbekistan: out-of-the-box approach to solving complex issues Oct 16, 2015

    Although the residents of the Kanal-Yoqa village of Pastdargom district have gained access to drinking water only recently, today – together with neighbours from the the Sayram village – they are already mastering various techniques to diversify their labor thereby reducing the pressure on natural resources.

  • A day without a car - our choice. Velokvest-2015. Oct 8, 2015

    Every year, on September 22 the world community celebrates - Day without a car. No need to reinvent the wheel in order to maintain a healthy atmosphere! In recent years, many of us have noticed the rising number of cars in the city. It has become difficult to breathe, especially in the afternoon and evening hours. And when there are a lot of cars and a little greenery in the city, you do not feel yourself healthy and full of energy. These two factors, and attributes of our cities has an extremely negative impact on the population. It would be much better if there were a lot of trees and greenery, and few cars, but it would be even better if majority of cars would be environmentally friendly.

  • Competition-based enrolment to Uzbek civil service is under discussion Sep 8, 2015

    The Draft Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan on Measures to Further Improve Recruitment to National and Local Government Bodies, Professional Development, Roster Formation has been placed on the Single portal of interactive government services for public discussion. (https://my.gov.uz/ru/getPublicService/332?item_id=261&action=view )

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