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Last updated: March 29, 2021

March 26, 2021

Dr. Adenov Malik Moldabekovich is the Director of Kazakhstan’s National TB Program. Since graduating from the Almaty Medical University in 1994, he has dedicated his career to Kazakhstan’s fight against TB.

March 16, 2021

When Shahlo Rahmonova received a diagnosis stating she had drug-resistant tuberculosis, her life changed abruptly. Due to misconceptions about tuberculosis, Shahlo faced shame and abandonment. However, she later found the strength to inspire others to fight TB and with the support of the USAID Eliminating Tuberculosis in Central Asia Activity, Shahlo contributed to the wellbeing of her community and inspired hope.

March 10, 2021

The world today is ever changing, and we find ourselves in unprecedented new times because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Like millions of people, Alina Rozmamedova from Turkmenistan also faced new barriers and learned to overcome them. 

March 4, 2021

After graduating from secondary school, Tatyana Postnova, 34, started working to support her parents. She got married at the age of 24 and soon had a baby. Her focus was to be a good wife and mother. Determined to satisfy her thirst for knowledge though, she took up reading. She would read everyday. “I found it both relaxing and rewarding. Starting to write felt like a natural transition,” says Tatyana.

March 4, 2021

Every woman has her own definition of “success”. Some define the term in the domestic sphere, in their roles as daughters, wives, and mothers. Others define the term through professional growth and career accolades. For a growing number of women, however, success is the ability to balance a family and a career. For Maral and Jahan of Turkmenistan, success is having the support of their families and colleagues to succeed in all their roles.