The informational brochure gives a comprehensive overview of UN Population Fund’s work in Uzbekistan. Along with a general description of UNFPA's goals and programmes, and its activities in Uzbekistan, it includes some basic financial data. Special highlights are the mapped examples of UNFPA's work in the country, stories of success in the variety of initiatives that we undertake, as well as guiding principles of ICPD Programme of Action.
First issue of the News Bulletin of Y-PEER Network in Uzbekistan, in Russian language. The Bulletin covers activities and initiatives of Y-PEER volunteers that took place during January-March 2012. It also gives highlights of some future plans, such as upcoming training activities, celebration of youth-related onservances and others.
Tashkent, 27 November 2013—United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) launches its flagship report, The State of World Population 2013. This year’s Report, entitled “Motherhood in Childhood: Facing the Challenge of Adolescent Pregnancy”, is focused on an important issue of early marriages.
Violence against women and girls is a violation of their fundamental human rights, an affront to human dignity and a serious threat to their health and well-being. It impedes their civic engagement and role in development; it generates instability and makes peace harder to achieve.
Tashkent, Uzbekistan – Mr. Karl Kulessa, Representative of the United Nations Population Fund in Uzbekistan, held a meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan on 25 November 2013.
4-7 November 2013 – UN Population Fund (UNFPA) supports training session for HIV-positive adolescents and their parents. The training will cover 35 participants from Tashkent and regions, to provide them with psychological support and important life skills.