Highlights

On 27 May, at 11.30-13.00 (CEST) a panel discussion: “Social Economy in the Eastern Partnership Countries – Policy Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” will take place as a part of the of the ‘European Social Economy Summit’ #EUSES, jointly organised by the European Commission and the City of Mannheim.


On January 25-29, Tashkent (Uzbekistan) hosted a winter school on "Capacity Building of NGOs, Development of Cooperation and Partnerships with Government Agencies, Advocacy and Assessment of Local Community Needs" for representatives of NGOs in Uzbekistan.


In November 2020, seminars to assess the needs of the local communities in the context of climate change took place in Tashkent and Tashkent Region using the method of Participatory Community Appraisal/Planning (PCA/PCP). As a result of the meetings, a number of environmental, economic and social problems specific for the region as well as the degree of their importance and complexity has been identified and discussed.   


In September 2020, Participatory Community Appraisal and Planning sessions (PCA/PCP) combined with the master-classes on sustainable technologies in agriculture were held in Koukoni settlement of Samarkand Region and Noukous city of the Republic of Karakalpakstan (Uzbekistan).


In October 2020, seminars on green technologies and needs’ assessment of the local communities in the context of climate change took place in the Kanimekh district of the Navoi region, the Chimion settlement of the Fergana region as well as in the Korasokol village of the Yazavan region of Uzbekistan. During the trainings, the participants representing various CSOs, local business, and farmers, and makhalla members discussed solar parabolic kitchen technologies and autonomous water supply. They expressed a desire to create a separate network for the dissemination of affordable green technologies with the participation of all stakeholders from the region.


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