Experts: Including Animals to the Red Data Book in Kazakhstan Does Not Help Increasing Their Numbers
The fact that an animal is listed in the Red Data Book of Kazakhstan does not always positively affect its conservation, experts believe.
What are the consequences of the stereotypes about labour migrants? How does they affect the lives of migrants and the local population of the host country? Why is it necessary to address the issues of overcoming the stereotypical perception of labour migrants in a society and who should do this?
The number of some animal species listed in the Tajikistan’s Red Data Book has increased. However, poaching remains a problem. (more…)
As recently as two years ago, the topic of domestic violence received little attention in the Tajik media. Now, the situation has changed, and the tabooed topic is actively discussed. (more…)
It’s been more than six months since the outbreak of Covid-19, also known as coronavirus, in the world. The World Health Organisation, government of every country have taken various measures to reduce the scope of its spread among people since the beginning of the pandemic. (more…)
In Tajikistan, there is a high demand for the adoption of newborn babies, boys mainly. (more…)
During the past 10 years, the population of Central Asia has been increasing by an average of one million people annually. Despite the low living standards and high mortality rate in some countries, experts predict the further growth of the region’s population.
More than 300 villages in Kyrgyzstan never had a water supply system, according to the Department of Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation. In another 600, there is no clean water due to the worn out water pipelines or the frozen works on the water pipe installation. (more…)
In 2019 and early 2020, about 90 petitions from Central Asian countries were published on the popular platform Change.org. (more…)
In 2017, domestic violence was removed from the Criminal Code of Kazakhstan. At the same time, according to the public fund “NeMolchi.kz” (“Do Not Be Silent” – tr.), an average of 120 rapes, 5232 beatings, 72 injuries, 14 murders and 48 suicides of women is registered per month in the country. (more…)