On April 8, 2019, IWPR Tajikistan hosted an expert meeting “Introduction of the Insurance System in Healthcare of Tajikistan”. Experts, representatives of public and private organizations, independent analysts and journalists discussed the observed problems in the healthcare system of Tajikistan, the prospects for the introduction of the insurance system and offered their recommendations.
IWPR Central Asia within the ‘Development of new media and digital journalism in Central Asia’ project announces a tender to conduct a research of news consumption patterns across new media in four Central Asian countries – Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
IWPR Kyrgyzstan will select 4 partners in each of the countries among the research organizations, academic institutions and independent researchers.
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- Profile of organization with/or CVs of key personnel
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«Afghanistan is looking forward eagerly to connect both Central and South Asia through energy. It will get benefited from its geostrategic location by reviving the ancient Silk Road in the form of energy», – independent researcher Mohammad Idrees notes in his article written for the analytical platform CABAR.asia.
After billion-dollar investments the capital of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan (formerly Astana), has rapidly turned into a modern developing city. For 21 years of existence, it has changed beyond recognition. In chase of improvement of the capital, it’s outskirts remain neglected.
Trainings in Kyrgyzstan were held in Jalalabat, Osh and Batken cities, in Kazakhstan – Kyzylorda, Turkestan and Taraz cities.
IWPR Held an Expert Meeting on the Role and Status of the Russian Language in Central Asian Countries
On March 15, 2019, a regional expert meeting “The Role and Status of the Russian Language in Central Asia” was held at the IWPR Office in Tajikistan. Independent experts, employees of state bodies and universities, representatives of research centers, political scientists and journalists discussed the status of the Russian language in the region, its place in the linguistic landscape of Central Asian countries, and offered their vision and suggestions for the future fruitful coexistence of Russian and national languages of Central Asian countries.
Chief communications officer of Tajikistan sells apartments in his work office.
The head of the Communication Service under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan launched several points of Dushanbe apartments’ sales operating on the premises of the state body he controls. The apartments sold are built by a private firm of his son. These are the highlights of the journalistic investigation “The Houses That Beg Built” published in a local media Faraj.tj. (more…)
On February 27, 2019, the IWPR Representative Office in Central Asia, analytical platform CABAR.asia and Center for Chinese Studies “China Center” in Almaty organized a round table on the topic “Sinology in Kazakhstan: the current state and prospects”.