The project aims to provide educational opportunities for Afghan women, who face disproportionate barriers to education and employment compared to their men counterparts back home.
The ceremony of signing a Statement of Intent has been held between the Agency for the Development of the Capital Market of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the United Nations Development Programme, and the Islamic Development Bank, establishing cooperation for the introduction of Islamic finance in Uzbekistan.
The training demonstrated modern construction technologies for using energy-efficient materials.
The aim of the contest is to expand opportunities of employment and income for vulnerable people, especially for women and youth, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Not only have the advanced technologies introduced through the cooperatives helped enhance agricultural output, but they have also limited the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.
What the E-SUD system has done in Uzbekistan for accessing justice, the E-Notary system has done for the process of seeking legal approvals and authorizations.
These days, young entrepreneurs of Karakalpakstan are being trained on the basics of doing business by our specialists. Due to the requirements of COVID 19 quarantine the course is held online.

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34 million

Population

14.1%

Poverty rate

$3.287

GNI per capita

0.661

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