3-4 March 2021: Online International Forum to discuss where Uzbekistan stands in its recovery journey.
A press conference has presented the outcomes of UNDP and Uzhydromet’s work in introducing climate change adaptation practices at farms and dekhkans in Karakalpakstan.
Part One of our series on the preliminary results and insights of the #GreenAralSea crowdfunding campaign
Launching a new green economy will require everyone’s input, and that includes you! There’s more information below on how you can get involved.
The ‘Supporting the COVID-19 rapid response by mitigating socio-economic impact for vulnerable populations in Syrdarya and Karakalpakstan regions of Uzbekistan’ initiative has worked to assist women like Gulnora to build sustainable self-employment opportunities from the bottom-up.
Setting up the critical infrastructure needed to deliver clean and potable water to every home and school in the Republic of Karakalpakstan, an autonomous region within Uzbekistan.
A workshop outside the capital of Tashkent to improve national court journalism practices was held and judges, court staff and media professionals were involved.

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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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