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Over 21,000 residents of Karakalpakstan gained access to improved social infrastructure

In total, we re-constructed 33 infrastructure projects since 2017 to improve the living standards of more than 21,190 rural residents (49.5% of women) in 33 settlements of Takhtakupir, Muynak and…  

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…  

Fourth cycle of the ‘Startup Initiatives’ Programme kicked off

According to the results of the competitive selection, 43 startup projects from Tashkent take part in the fourth cycle of the ‘Startup Initiative’ support programme.  

In Uzbekistan, Special Advisor to UNDP Administrator calls for renewed action on Aral Sea region

Aral Sea region declared by UNDP and Uzbek government as new zone for ecologic innovations.  

UN Multi-Partner Human Security Trust Fund for the Aral Sea Region in Uzbekistan

UN Multi-Partner Human Security Trust Fund for the Aral Sea region in Uzbekistan (MPHSTF), under the aegis of the UN, will serve as a unique unified platform for international development cooperation…  

The “Open Farmer's Day” covered 5 districts of Karakalpakstan

UNDP assists Uzbekistan in increasing climate resilience of agriculture and livestock farms located in the regions most affected by drought, particularly in the Republic of Karakalpakstan.  

Training on building codes for energy-efficient houses was conducted in Termez

Within the framework of the joint UNDP and Ministry of Construction project "Market Transformation for Sustainable Rural Housing in Uzbekistan" funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF),…  

UNDP and Ministry of Employment and Labor Relations to work on promotion of youth employment in Uzbekistan"

The issue of employment generation is a key priority under the Action Strategy on five priority areas of development of Uzbekistan in 2017-2021.  

How to stop climate change: schoolchildren from 8 countries presented their projects

To mitigate the climate change impacts and reduce the carbon footprint, individuals shall gain the knowledge since young age. At the present time, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and its…  

Ways to build better relationships with media representatives discussed in Nukus

Based on the priorities of the Government of Uzbekistan to improve the functional capacities and performance of local Kengashes of people's deputies at the regional and district levels, the Joint…  

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