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The UN Joint Programme on Social Protection

The UN Joint Programme on Social Protection aimed to support the Government in building and delivering a high-quality social protection system that offers all citizens of Uzbekistan.  


Fortifying farming communities in drought-prone parts of Uzbekistan

Jasurjon Ibragimov supports a climate adaptation project to fortify farming communities in drought-prone parts of Uzbekistan.  


Lifesaving water!

Can you imagine that you have no water at home? Impossible, isn't it ....  


Green Aral Sea Initiative – Planting a Forest on the Aral Seabed

Uzbekistan’s Accelerator Lab launched the Green Aral Sea crowdfunding campaign, which will help resolve the impacts of the Aral Sea disaster  


Conservation and sustainable management of lakes, wetlands, and riparian corridors as pillars of a resilient Aral basin landscape supporting sustainable livelihoods (PPG)

Conservation and sustainable management of lakes, wetlands, and riparian corridors as pillars of a resilient Aral basin landscape supporting sustainable livelihoods.  


Financing for Sustainable Development

The project is aimed at promoting financing sustainable development in Uzbekistan through establishment of an Integrated National Financing Framework, mobilizing public and private resources needed to…  


Building the Resilience of Local Communities Against Health, Environmental and Economic Insecurities Caused by Environmental Destruction in the Aral Sea Region

The proposed joint programme aims to address the most urgent and immediate health and economic insecurities in the most vulnerable areas of the Aral Sea region through bringing innovative solutions to…  


Promoting Youth Employment In Uzbekistan

By 2020, equitable and sustainable economic growth through productive employment, improvement of environment for business, entrepreneurship and innovations expanded for all.  


Resilience Of Farming To Climate Change Risks In Fergana

The proposed project aims to institutionalize integrated services to agricultural producers in the pilot region that enhances adaptation to the impacts of climate change  


HDR 2019: With steady progress, Uzbekistan falls in high Human Development category

Republic of Uzbekistan ranks 108 out of 189 countries and territories as per the Human Development Index (HDI) which measures national progress in health, education and income and is annually…  

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