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The project has provided support to 26 companies and organizations and co-invested in expanding their businesses since 2019.
April 5, 2022

USAID’s Future Growth Initiative spurs productive economic activity across Central Asia, with the goal of increasing competitiveness of local businesses, creating new jobs, and improving incomes for local workforce.

In Shagym, a new playground was built where children with disabilities can also play.
April 4, 2022

In Ak-Jar and Shagym Villages of Osh Region, active citizens made it possible to install street lighting and build a new playground. These initiatives were completed in March 2022 with support from the USAID Jigerduu Jarandar Project. Initiative groups of active community members worked on improving street lighting in Ak-Jar and creating conditions for development of children in Shagym. Local activists mobilized resources, engaged local authorities and entrepreneurs, addressed legal issues, and worked with fellow villagers. 

The two-year project will also work to improve the Kyrgyz system for assisting victims of human trafficking.
April 4, 2022

The Oasis Foundation has launched a new project to help survivors of human trafficking. Under the "Care for One - Care for All" project survivors will receive humanitarian, legal, psychological, and medical assistance. Oasis will also support survivors to obtain education, shelter, employment and other opportunities. The project is supported by USAID’s “Safe Migration in Central Asia” activity, implemented by Winrock International.

 As a result of this cooperation, the factory’s production capacity has increased by 15%.
March 14, 2022

On March 14, 2022, the apparel factory in the Chui region village of Ninje-Chuisk celebrated its expansion through receiving 130 new sewing machines from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The ceremony was attended by Charge d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic Sonata Coulter and factory director Marat Sultanov.

USAID announced this new $1.1 million dollar initiative today during a special event in Bishkek devoted to International Women’s Day.
March 10, 2022

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is partnering with 11 crisis centers and civil society organizations to protect and assist victims of gender-based violence, as well as support efforts to prevent such violence. USAID announced this new $1.1 million dollar initiative today during a special event in Bishkek devoted to International Women’s Day.


Last updated: April 14, 2022

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