Jasurjon Ibragimov supports a climate adaptation project to fortify farming communities in drought-prone parts of Uzbekistan.
Not only have the advanced technologies introduced through the cooperatives helped enhance agricultural output, but they have also limited the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.
In Uzbekistan, the recovery rate of patients with COVID-19 is growing up, and the spread of the virus is declining.
In the future houses will serve to solve the problem of shortages of natural gas and oil, and, according to experts, can save consumer energy costs by half.
Small businesses and social enterprises are key to strengthen from the grassroots, the wellbeing of women and men in Uzbekistan.
"Rano Sheber" the diversified workshop on wool processing supported by UNDP in 2019 today started the production of masks.
UNDP Uzbekistan has arranged free support for people facing difficulties at home during the nationwide lockdown, including women experiencing domestic violence
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, 400 medical workers, teachers, specialists in community mobilization, youth and pensioners, all health volunteers, immediately came together to establish a new…