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Call for scientific papers on NEXUS approach in Central Asia

This competition is organized jointly with the National Research University "Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization" within the EU funded project ‘Climate Change and…  

International Conference on New Uzbekistan’s National SDGs: Milestones and Perspectives

Tashkent hosted international conference on New Uzbekistan’s National SDGs: Milestones and Perspectives.  

Workshop “Towards Decent Work through the Vortex of the Pandemic: New challenges and opportunities for employment services”

The seminar provides a good platform for dialogue and teamwork between the Ministry and the regional units.  

UN Assistant Secretary General and Director of the UNDP’s Regional Bureau for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (RBEC) to visit Uzbekistan

On Tuesday 15 June, Ms. Spoljaric Egger will participate at the Forum on Women’s Economic Empowerment in Central Asia and Afghanistan.  

Uzbekistan advances 66 places in 2020 Statistical Capacity Index

The national SDG web portal, launched on 2 March 2019, offers these statistics in Uzbek, Russian and English language pages.  

Spring farming activities are in full swing

More than 90 people participated in the workshops on spring farming practices on February 23-25 when weather conditions are unstable, to carry out farming activities in due time.  

Ozone layer protectors participate in the V Montreal Protocol Award

Uzbekistan received 16 awards from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)’s Regional Ozone Network for Europe and Central Asia (ECA), for its contributions to protecting the earth’s ozone…  

Call for applications for the international video-conference on “The Role of Youth in Countering Against Radicalism, Extremism and Terrorism”

The purpose of the videoconference is to attract attention and unite the efforts of the SCO, CIS, CICA member states and UN in countering radicalism, extremism and terrorism among young people.  

Launch of a project to ensure climate resilience in Central Asia

Central Asia is a water-scarce region and therefore is most vulnerable to the impacts of the global climate change process.  

The results of two expeditions to the dry seabed of the Aral Sea have been announced

The expeditions were organized with the support from the United Nations Development Programme in Autumn 2019 and Spring 2020.  

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