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The Government of Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Public Education is committed to an ambitious program of comprehensive, systematic education reforms. Uzbekistan is working to create an education system that produces graduates with the critical thinking and problem-solving skills that they need to succeed. The Ministry’s reform agenda includes transforming instructional practices to move away from a focus on rote learning and toward enhancing students’ ability to apply skills and knowledge. 


In partnership with the Ministry of Public Education (MOPE), the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Uzbekistan Education for Excellence Program hosted a five-day workshop to strengthen English as a Foreign Language instruction in Uzbekistan’s public schools. The workshop, which was attended by Ministry officials, teachers, educators, policymakers, and curriculum writers, advanced the Government of Uzbekistan’s goal of an English-speaking nation by 2030.


The USAID Legal Reform Program supports Uzbekistan’s efforts to ensure further development of rule of law principles, build the capacity of legal professionals and training institutions, enhance citizens’ access to justice, improve the legal operating environment for civil society, promote gender equality, and create a healthier investment climate. USAID partners with the Ministry of Justice, Chamber of Advocates, Academy of the General Prosecutor’s Office, Uzbekistan’s Higher Education Institutions, and key actors in civil society to meet these objectives.

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Today, the United States through its Agency for International Development (USAID) handed over urgently needed cold chain equipment and computers to the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan to strengthen Uzbekistan’s national immunization system. The equipment, which includes 671 refrigerators, 212 freezers, and 150 computers worth $1.3 million in total, will bolster Uzbekistan’s ability to implement functional, effective vaccine management. This critically needed equipment will be distributed to primary care health facilities around the country.

IT women

Today, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) launched IT Women – Karakalpakstan - a comprehensive information communication technologies (ICT) training program for rural women and girls in the Republic of Karakalpakstan. The program provides training in essential ICT skills that will empower women to take advantage of a broad range of employment and entrepreneurship opportunities.


Last updated: June 30, 2022

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