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August 3, 2022

Qoraboyeva Habibaxon is an English as Foreign Language (EFL) teacher from the Namangan Region of Uzbekistan. She has been helping students learn English for 12 years. Qoraboyeva loves teaching English because it is a means of broadening her students’ horizons. Learning English, the international language, creates future possibilities for young people and allows them to connect with the world outside Uzbekistan.

July 25, 2022

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) handed over approximately 500,000 new, high-quality textbooks and teacher’s guides to the Ministry of Public Education today. The learning materials will be used in Grades 1-4 for Uzbek Language Arts and Mathematics instruction. The books were developed through a partnership of USAID, the Ministry of Public Education and the Republican Education Center. The new learning materials will be piloted in 919 public schools in the Namangan and Syrdarya regions during the 2022-2023 school year.

USAID helps return 35 victims of human trafficking to Uzbekistan
July 22, 2022

From October 2021 to the present, 35 Uzbekistani victims of trafficking in persons (TIP) were returned home and provided medical and social rehabilitation services with the assistance of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Istiqlol Avlodi non-profit organization. The Uzbekistani citizens were trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and sexual exploitation to countries including the Russian Federation and Kazakhstan.

July 21, 2022

Under the general supervision and technical guidance of the Mission Director or his/her designee the job holder serves as Office Director with emphasis on economic growth and economic structural reforms, environment, and climate change. The incumbent will provide effective leadership, supervisory and management skills, technical advisory services, and mentorship. The incumbent will be recognized as the Mission's senior expert and advisor to the Embassy, USAID Mission leadership, international donors, and senior government of Uzbekistan officials on issues of private and public economic sector development, including; financial services; banking and commercial law; business development (ranging from the commercial legal and regulatory framework to tax and customs procedures); trade policy reform and customs; micro, small and medium-sized enterprise growth, and climate adaptation and mitigation and general environmental issues.


Last updated: August 03, 2022

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