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LATEST PROJECTS

In March 2018, the presidential decrees approved the programs of Obod Qishloq (“Prosperous village”) in the hopes of improving the quality of life in rural areas. OQ is one of the most ambitious infrastructure programs ever implemented by the GoU. It is unique because its specific purpose is to alleviate poverty and create opportunities for economic development. This diagnostic study aims to provide background information for the World Bank and the Government of Uzbekistan on how the Obod Qishloq program can fit into the service delivery framework in Uzbekistan, and shed light on key areas of project design

The aim of this project is to contribute to the following tasks set out in the Uzbekistan Development Action Strategy for 2017-2021: (1) to increase of social and political activeness of women, strengthening of their role in public administration, (2) Ensuring the employment of women, graduates of professional colleges, broad involvement of them in entrepreneurship, further strengthening the foundations of the family.

Today, one of the main goals of Uzbekistan is to maintain the stability of the development of the economic and social spheres. Considering the experience of successful countries, an essential condition for the development of these processes is the strengthening of citizen participation in government.The purpose of this study was to study the participation of Uzbek citizens in state decision-making processes and to develop proposals for strengthening the role of the population in order to improve the quality of government and rule of law.

LATEST REPORTS

ERGO

The Eurasian Research Group

ERGO is an independent, private research and consultancy firm devoted to conduct economic and social research with a particular focus on Uzbekistan as well as other countries of Eurasia

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SKILLS GAP IN UZBEKISTAN

Nine out of ten jobs in developing countries are provided by private-sector companies. Yet globally, 38% of private-sector employers report difficulties in filling vacant positions owing to the unavailability of adequately trained staff. The is the result of a serious growing mismatch between the demands of labor market and the offerings of the existing education system stems from the fundamental restructuring of the national economy since the 1990s.

THE ROLE OF FLEXIBLE WORKING TIME IN EMPOWERING WOMEN TO PARTICIPATE IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 

This report is aimed to contribute to contribute to the following tasks set out in the Uzbekistan Development Action Strategy for 2017-2021: (1) Increase of social and political activeness of women, strengthening of their role in public administration, (2) Ensuring the employment of women, graduates of professional colleges, broad involvement of them in entrepreneurship, further strengthening the foundations of the family.

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Available July 15th

AREAS OF INTEREST

Area 01
Human Capital & Education
Area 02
Governance & Rule of Law
Area 03
Labor Market & Skills
Area 04
Wellbeing & Quality of Life
Area 05
Sustainable Development& Growth
Area 06
Innovation
& Business Environment
 

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