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29 mobile applications offering innovative ways of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals have been created by teams across Uzbekistan.
New funding from the Government of Japan will expand UNDP’s work to address the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic’s in Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan has 27,000 unique and endangered species – better protecting this biodiversity must be a priority.
Concerted action with a focus on equity could still limit the impacts of this unprecedented crisis.
Small businesses are essential to Uzbekistan’s economy, and so we’ve created a package of services to help them through the COVID-19 lockdown.
These days, farmers - owners of household plots and hotbeds of the Kanlykul district in Karakalpakstan – receive informational support through a group in Telegram without leaving their home.
Our search for agricultural business ideas that are adaptive to climate change has been fruitful – the next step is putting them on the road to success.
We conducted online seminar on gender expertise requirements to ensure equal opportunities for women and girls in Uzbekistan.
With microfinance from GEF and national partners, Bazargul Hasanova is helping her rural community survive and thrive in this difficult year.
We are launching a joint project to develop an electronic platform for distance vocational training for working professions demanded in labor market.