The interest in learning a new craft and its further use as a source of income generation has become an incentive for the organization of trainings, master classes.
UNDP Resident Representative Matilda Dimovska and Nozim Husanov, Minister of Employment and Labour Relations of Uzbekistan, this week travelled to Namangan in the far east of the country to launch of a new initiative.
Eight farmers from three districts received 80 beehives and took part in a master class

First a mahalla, then a city: How we’re motivating everyday people to play a part in waste management.
Today, the hero of our story will be Mr. Gulomov Bolta, the aksakal of the village of Vardon.
The national SDG web portal, launched on 2 March 2019, offers these statistics in Uzbek, Russian and English language pages.
The adaption of an illustrated guide on climate change to the conditions of Uzbekistan began in 2018.

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34 million

Population

14.1%

Poverty rate

$3.287

GNI per capita

0.661

Human Dev. Index

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