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Working Paper
Shah JitendraOct 01, 2013

This overview of climate change activities in Uzbekistan is part of a series of country notes for five Central Asian countries that summarize climate portfolio in a number of sectors, namely agriculture, forestry...

Sep 10, 2013

The World Bank Group is committed to including a gender lens in its activities and addressing gender-specific challenges to reduce inequalities between women and men. Europe and Central Asia’s 'Gender at a ...

Trushin Eskender, Carneiro Francisco G.Jun 01, 2013

As a low-middle-income country with a gross domestic product (GDP) per capita of US$1,715 and a population of 30 million (nearly half of all of the Central Asian population), Uzbekistan has seen stable economic ...

Working Paper
Kochnakyan Artur, Khosla Sunil Kumar, Buranov Iskander, Hofer Kathrin, Hankinson Denzel, Finn JoshuaJun 01, 2013

This note focuses on the energy and power sector in Uzbekistan with the purpose of identifying some of the key issues faced by the sector and outlining potential solutions. In particular, the note aims to inform ...

Other Education Study
Mar 15, 2013

Uzbekistan is a lower middle-income country of 29.5 million people, located in Central Asia, with an economy that has been growing by over 8 percent per annum since the mid-2000s. Given international evidence ...

Regional Report
Opportunities for men and women: emerging Europe and Central Asia

This report reviews the performance of men and women during the last decade in three spheres: human capital, labor markets and entrepreneurship. Read More »

Saroj Kumar Jha
World Bank Regional Director for Central Asia
Mr. Takuya Kamata is the World Bank Country Manager to the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Country Manager for Uzbekistan
Global Report

This report reviews the experience of cooperation in five international river basins, including the Syr Darya River. Read More »