Representatives of seven EU member States and UN officials met at the UN Office to review the progress of two key EC funded projects that are saving lives and helping raise income in rural Uzbekistan.
The Tajik National Committee on Women and Family Affairs in co-operation with the OSCE Office in Tajikistan presented an assessment of the implementation of the State Programme on ensuring equal rights and opportunities for women and men at a roundtable discussion in Dushanbe today.
The United States has an important interest in promoting stability, prosperity, security, human rights, and economic and political reform in Central Asia, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs George Krol said Tuesday at the Senate hearings “Reevaluting US policy in Central Asia”.
The USA are establishing high-level bilateral mechanisms with each Central Asian states, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs George Krol said Tuesday at the Senate hearings “Reevaluting US policy in Central Asia”.
The United States has greatly expanded the use of a new supply route through Central Asia this year to send nonmilitary cargo to its troops in Afghanistan, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense David Sedney said Tuesday.
ACCESS, a joint project of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of Uzbekistan and the United Nations Development Program is holding a Project Board meeting devoted to the annual report on project’s activity in 2009.
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in Uzbekistan presented the State of World Population Report 2009 on 14 December.
A conference on socio-demographic processes in modern Uzbekistan, dedicated to the 15th anniversary of International Conference on Population and Development (ICPDF) held in Cairo, Egypt in 1994, was held in Tashkent on 11 December.