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UNDP, with the support of the Government of Japan, launches social infrastructure facilities in Karakalpakstan

Ms. Matilda Dimovska, Resident Representative of UNDP in Uzbekistan, H.E. Mr. Yoshinori Fujiyama, Ambassador of Japan to Uzbekistan and Mr. Yu Yu, Representative of UNFPA in Uzbekistan attended the…  

Exploring New Financing Tools for Sustainable Development in Uzbekistan

On November 23, 2021, Tashkent hosted an international conference on Sustainable Development Goals and New Tools for Resource Mobilization.  

UNDP in Uzbekistan and Uzhydromet sum up the results of joint activities on developing climate resilience of farming communities in Karakalpakstan

Tashkent hosted the final extended meeting of the Coordination Council of the Joint project of the Center of the Hydrometeorological Service of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the United Nations…  

Uzbekistan develops an Integrated Financing Strategy to achieve SDGs

The Government of Uzbekistan in close cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme are developing an Integrated SDG Financing Strategy that accelerates progress in ending poverty,…  

Disaster risk reduction and capacity building based on the human security concept in the Aral Sea region

Today the main goal is to improve the ecological, economic, and health situation of the local population, as well as to strengthen the innovative creative potential of youth living in the Aral Sea…  

UNDP jointly with Partners Raise Schoolchildren Awareness of Disaster Risk Reduction

UNDP, the Ministry of Emergency Situations, OSCE – implementers of the joint project on the uranium legacy remediation in Central Asia – jointly with NGO Ekomaktab (EcoSchool) awarded 24 winners of a…  

People and Government of Uzbekistan take action to confront the climate crisis collectively

Major strides taken towards a green economy through new ambitious national climate pledges  

For every dollar pledged to tackle climate crisis for world’s poor, four dollars are spent on fossil fuel subsidies that keep the climate crisis alive according to new UNDP research

UN Development Programme's new Don’t Choose Extinction campaign to raise awareness of the detrimental effects of fossil fuel subsidies on people and planet - headlined by global celebrities  

Assessment of the Impact of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Measures on the Social and Economic Situation in Uzbekistan

This report provides the first attempts on modeling and assessment of impacts of measures aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.  

UNDP and EU support joint climate action for stability and climate-resilient development in the Ferghana Valley

Ferghana Valley is home to nearly 30% of the Central Asia region’s population, which is designated the highest climate change risk area.  

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