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Transforming Lives

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Representatives of the village of Shaidan’s rural council and the local water user association council discuss land distri

Farmer Salijan Saibidinov owns land alongside an irrigation canal in Jalalabat Province’s Shaidan Village in Kyrgyzstan. Each spring, soon after the growing season began, Sailjan’s neighbors would throw trash onto his field while cleaning debris from the canal. His land also would flood when his neighbors overwatered their fields.

A USAID-funded project is working with southern Kyrgyzstani farmers to dry tomatoes for export to the United States and Europe.

Through the assistance of USAID-funded projects, Kyrgyzstan’s agriculture sector is slowly improving, with farmers generating higher personal incomes and having more opportunities to improve their standard of living.

The master mechanics and apprentices stay busy in the auto repair shop in Halmion.

These days it is not unusual to see a long line of cars waiting to be repaired in the front of mechanic Uson Matysakov’s repair shop in Halmion, southern Kyrgyzstan. In June 2008, Uson transformed a once empty building into a bustling auto repair facility.

Muhabbat (left) gives her client, who has recently had a baby, a newborn kit, which includes infant clothing, a hat, a blanket,

Muhabbat almost didn't take the job offer. Her daughter, Shahnoza, had originally agreed to be the health outreach worker with a USAID-sponsored program for internally displaced persons in Osh, Kyrgyzstan.

19-year old Ayman Arymbekova is a student of Management at the Academy of Tourism.

“The education loan has enabled me to pursue a university degree and took care of my concerns that there won’t be enough money to pay for the studies,” says 19-year-old Ayman Arymbekova, a student at the Academy of Tourism in Bishkek, where she is working towards a degree in tourism management.

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Last updated: August 18, 2014

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