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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.  


Improving the regulatory framework to stimulate the implementation of adaptation measures to climate change: opportunities and prospects

Proposals to improve the regulatory framework in order to stimulate the implementation of adaptation measures to climate change were made public for wide discussion on August 22, 2019 at the Nukus…  


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 Multi-partner Human Security Trust Fund for Aral Sea Region approves funding for two projects worth US$3.085 million to benefit 30,000 people in Karakalpakstan

On 3 June, the Steering Committee of the Multi-partner Human Security Trust Fund for Aral Sea Region (the MPHSTF) reviewed proposals received under its First Call for Proposals.  


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…  


Elementary Technologies - Big Benefits

This publication includes infographics on innovative technologies in sustainable agriculture, which impact both economic and environmental outcomes.  


Infographics on the desert pastures

Do you know which plants are used for establishing pastures? Here you can find examples of enrichment the existing and establishing new pastures on the exposed bottom of the Aral Sea.  


Reducing Pressures on Natural Resources from Competing Land Use in Non-Irrigated Arid Mountain, Semi-Desert and Desert Landscapes of Uzbekistan

The project will promote the integrated management of rangeland and forests at a landscape level (focusing on non-irrigated, arid mountain, semi-desert, and desert landscapes) to reduce pressures on…  


Initial Implementation of Accelerated HCFC Phase Out in the CEIT Region

The implementation of the National Strategy on HCFC Phase-out in Uzbekistan for final phase-out of HCFCs by 2030. This strategy should conform with international commitments according to the Montreal…  


Market Transformation for Sustainable Rural Housing

The project objective is to provide Uzbekistan’s rural population with improved, affordable and environmentally friendly living conditions.  

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