Uzbekistan

Strengthening the capacity of civil society to ensure the protection of women at risk and survivors of domestic violence in Central Asia

Uzbekistan Strengthening Institutions and Civil Society
September 2021
September 2024

This project aims to protect women in Central Asia who are at risk/have experienced gender-based violence by improving legislation, improving access to support services, promoting economic empowerment, and encouraging gender-equitable behaviours.

This 36 months-project, that will be implemented in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, will benefit 11,902 people in all three countries, and will reach more than 1.2 million people in the entire region.

Current projects

ACCELERATE Reform: Activating Civil society Capacity to Enhance Labor and Employment Rights for vulnerable citizens and to Advance Transformative Economic Reform

Strengthening the capacity of civil society to ensure the protection of women at risk and survivors of domestic violence in Central Asia

Activating Civil Society to demand Inclusive, Evidence-Based Economic Growth in Central Asia

Activating Civil Society to demand Inclusive, Evidence-Based Economic Growth in Central Asia

Technical assistance in facilitating participatory implementation cycle, monitoring and oversight with regard to demand driven investments in basic infrastructure and services in selected qishloqs (villages) in Andijan and Fergana region

Central Asia Water, Environment and Climate Change Cooperation (WECOOP III)

Silk Road CBT Initiative: Connecting Central Asian Community-Based Tourism and European Markets

Silk Road CBT Initiative: Connecting Central Asian Community-Based Tourism and European Markets

Bolstering the Competitiveness of Small Community-Based Tourism Businesses through Enhanced Regional Cooperation in Uzbekistan and wider Central Asia

Promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy production in the community-based tourism sector in Central Asia