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Teenagers Amina and Muazzamkhon were awarded a unique trip to the US after developing a mobile app for children in danger at the Technovation contest in Uzbekistan.
Twenty-one year old Zulaykho from Dangara, Fergana region often noticed how farmers would toil for hours picking weeds from cotton fields in the burning heat.
Senior Media Management Discuss Reporting on Persons with Disabilities in Uzbekistan
National and international experts discuss implementation of reforms in social development sphere.
TASHKENT, 13 February 2018 - UNICEF welcomes the endorsement of an Inter-Agency Plan of Action by the Women’s Committee in collaboration with state agencies, NGOs and UNICEF in order to improve the education, upbringing and reintegration of children in specialized educational facilities for girls.
What is the role of a teacher in ensuring quality education for all? How do we attract, prepare and motivate the best candidates to the teaching profession? And how do we equip teachers with good leadership and oversight to deliver quality teaching and learning? These were among some of the key questions presented at a UNICEF organized workshop on Teaching Workforce Policy Review in Uzbekistan.
Digital technology has transformed the world. As more and more children go online, it is increasingly changing childhood. Globally, more than 175,000 children go online for the first time every day – a new child every half a second.
Understanding the challenges and risks faced by children and youth in Uzbekistan is key to ensuring their well-being and plays a major role in helping enhance policies which will benefit them in the long term, UNICEF has said at a major conference of government officials and partners.
The Ministry of Interior of Uzbekistan and UNICEF have inaugurated the first ever child-friendly room for investigations to strengthen measures to protect children who have been victims or witnesses of crime.
“For better and for worse, digital technology is now an irreversible fact of our lives,” said UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake. “In a digital world, our dual challenge is how to mitigate the harms while maximizing the benefits of the internet for every child.”