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May 8, 2015

The USAID Business Growth Initiative (BGI) Project is pleased to offer its first edition of our newsletter, through which we regularly communicate BGI activities with our implementing partners and our public and private sector counterparts. This edition will give you the latest updates on BGI’s activities and events, both past and future. 

February 5, 2015

In this issue:

Kazakhstan: Seminar on VOT identification, referral and protection for local stakeholders in Aktau.

Kyrgyzstan: The Dialogue on Implementation of the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic on Prevention and Combating Trafficking in Persons.

Tajikistan: IOM facilitates training for Tajik law enforcement agencies on capacity building in combating human trafficking.

Turkmenistan: International Organization for Migration in Partnership with the Government of Turkmenistan continues their efforts in the area of combating human trafficking.

February 4, 2015

TO APPLY: The successful applicant must fully meet the minimum qualification requirements. Qualified individuals are requested to submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae addressing each selection criterion detailed above with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item; and names, contact numbers, and addresses of three professional references. Packages should be received at the Executive Office (EXO) USAID/CA, 41, Kazibek Bi St., Almaty 050010, Kazakhstan; Tel: (7-727) 2507612/17; Fax: (7-727) 2507634; E-mail: almaexo_hr@usaid.gov by 6 p.m., Friday, February 20, 2015. A copy of the Position Description is available in EXO/Personnel (ext. 6353).

January 30, 2015

This newsletter is an overview of the most significant milestones achieved by USAID and our partners from September through December, 2014.The stories were selected to demonstrate the diversity and the scope of USAID programs in the Kyrgyz Republic and to celebrate the hard work of everyone who made these achievements happen.

December 30, 2014

The National Admission Test (NAT) is one of the largest projects in the country working against corruption in the education sector. The project is aimed at providing equal and fair access to higher education through transparent and independent testing. Since 2002, the NAT has partnered with the Ministry of Education and Science and is administered by the Center for Educational Assessment and Teaching Methods (CEATM), an independent testing organization. The management of the national testing program by an independent professional organization has been one of its strengths and is a key to the testing results being recognized as merit-based and transparent.

December 30, 2014

MCHIP provides assistance to the Kyrgyz Republic in order to build capacity for M&E analysis by introducing the Reaching Every District approach (RED) into national, oblast and district systems; improve evidence-based program planning and prioritization; and improve partner coordination on immunization.

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FrontLines


Water and Hope Flow Back into Kyrgyzstan's Hard-Hit South

March/April 2013
Renovation of Soviet-era irrigation system brings 10,000 hectares of farmland back to life.

Blog


Environmental Awareness: The Roots of Peace

Thursday, April 25, 2013
Earth Days bridge dialogue and action, addressing conflict over natural resources in Kyrgyzstan.


Last updated: May 08, 2015

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