IWPR activities in Central Asia

The Global Investigative Journalism Network Recognized High-Impact CABAR.asia Publication as the Investigative Story of the Month

The Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) included CABAR.asia investigation conducted by IWPR Tajikistan to the list of Investigative Stories of the Month. The investigation “..

CABAR.asia 24.02.21
IWPR Central Asia Held an Expert Meeting to Discuss Taxes on Google and Other Global IT Companies’ Services in Central Asia

On January 16, the legislative amendments to the Tax Code were adopted in Tajikistan, according to which all digital services in the country are now subject t..

CABAR.asia 05.02.21


Millions of Dollars From Vehicle Inspection in Tajikistan: Role of Rushdi Rohnavard Company

A journalistic investigation by CABAR.asia reveals that the company responsible for the mandatory vehicle inspection does not actually conduct any inspection and simply collects money for a..

Yoqub Halimov 28.01.21
COVID-19 in Tajikistan: Healthcare Workers Have to Buy Protective Equipment at Own Expense

The country’s media published healthcare workers’ complaints about the lack of protective suits in the country’s hospitals, but the Ministry of Health denies the facts of medical clothing’s..

Mazhab Djuma 30.12.20


2021: The New Global Concern

As 2020 draws to a close, at IWPR we are grappling with a global challenge that in its way is even more grave than coronavirus...

Anthony Borden 08.01.21
Distant Analytics, But With the Effect of Presence

Navruz Karimov, a participant of the third CABAR.asia School of Analytics, shares his experience on the knowledge gained and talks about the trainers, participants, and the training program...

Navruz Karimov 01.10.20