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Latest Publications

UNFPA Uzbekistan Country Programme Evaluation Report, 2010-2014

This report presents the results of a Country Program Evaluation of the third UNFPA Uzbekistan Country Program for the period of 2010-2015. The evaluation has been commissioned by the UNFPA Uzbekistan Country Office as part of efforts to reinforce accountability, oversight and enhance programme effectiveness in line with the UNFPA Evaluation Policy. The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the programme’s performance, determine the factors that facilitated or hindered achievements, and document the lessons learned from the current programme to inform the formulation of the Fourth Country Programme of UNFPA support to the Government of Uzbekistan.

United Nations Population Fund in Uzbekistan, 2014

The updated informational brochure gives a detailed overview of UN Population Fund’s work in Uzbekistan, covering the period of 2010-2014. Along with a general description of UNFPA's goals and programmes, and its activities in Uzbekistan, it includes some basic financial data (2005-2014). 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.

Latest news

26 May 2015
UNFPA and Partners Train People with Disabilities in Social Entrepreneurship, Gender Equality
UNFPA and Partners Train People with Disabilities in Social Entrepreneurship, Gender Equality

26-29 May 2015 – UN Population Fund (UNFPA), NGO Civic Initiatives Support Centre (CISC), Women’s Committee and Uzbekistan’s Society of People with Disabilities join hands in organization of training for people with disabilities (PWD) on the issues of social entrepreneurship and gender equality.

22 May 2015
‘Helping Mothers Survive’: UNFPA and LDS Charities Join Hands in Midwives Training
‘Helping Mothers Survive’: UNFPA and LDS Charities Join Hands in Midwives Training

15-21 May 2015 – UNFPA and LDS (Latter-day Saints) Charities have jointly organized a five-day training session for midwives on post-partum hemorrhage. Almost 200 midwives from all regions of Uzbekistan benefited from the intensive ‘Helping Mothers Survive’ training that took place at the Republican Perinatal Centre.

14 May 2015
The UN Family in Uzbekistan: Formulating the UNDAF, Strategic Development Framework.
The UN Family in Uzbekistan: Formulating the UNDAF, Strategic Development Framework.

Starting last year, the UN family in Uzbekistan made up of several agencies, funds, and programmes including UNFPA have embarked on developing of the third UN Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF), which will cover the period of 2016-2020. UNDAF serves as a strategic document envisioning a coordinated UN system response to the needs and priorities of the country.

5 May 2015
Midwives and health workers are the unsung heroes of maternal health: UNFPA ED’s Statement for the International Day of Midwife.
Midwives and health workers are the unsung heroes of maternal health: UNFPA ED’s Statement for the International Day of Midwife.

Statement by Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, for the International Day of the Midwife – marked on 5 May. “Today we stand in solidarity with midwives worldwide and thank them for the life-saving work they do.”

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