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The art of seamstresses and cooking are the most common quality of women and girls in Tajikistan. These two crafts, which mostly belong to women, are taught girls in Tajik families from an early age, and at least women and girls know one of these qualities well. Muhabbat Juraqulova is one of hundreds of seamstresses,

The agricultural sector is one of the main sources of income and the existence of the population in the south of Tajikistan. In this direction women work on a par with men. Umeda Abdulloeva, despite being a family nurse in the ​​Jayhun district, has been engaged in the production and sale of vegetable seedlings for

NABWT “Women Entrepreneurship for empowerment project” Tender for purchase of strawberry transplants (mother plants) for strawberry nursery TENDER NUMBER: #003/TJ/18 Background: The National Association of Business Women of Tajikistan is implementing the “Women’s Entrepreneurship for Empowerment” project. The project includes a range of activities to improve specific agricultural value chains in Tajikistan’s, including among others:

Position: Agronomist Organization: National Association of Business Women of Tajikistan (NABWT) Location: Duration: Qurghonteppa city, Khatlon Province 6 month Closing date: February,23, 2018 ABOUT THE PROJECT   NABWT is embarking on a 4-year project based in Qurghontebbe and 12 districts in Khatlon province to develop the horticultural subsector and the value chain linking farmers to

Today in Qurghonteppa a competition on the subject “Basics of Economy” was conducted among 11th grades pupils from 13 towns and districts of Khatlon province. From 69 talented and active young people, 33 of them became finalists and received a certificate to participate in the winter camp “Young Economist”, which will be held in Sughd

In cities and regions of Sarband, Dusti, Khuroson and NosiriKhusrav from December 11th to 20th the business training was held about Financial literacy for 60 women and girls. The objectives of training were correct use of income, planning of family budget, savings, goals of using loans and other financial knowledge. The results of the training were

From December, 4th to 14th, 2017 in the center for weaving Adras, inSarbandhas been held vocational training.The training was conducted by the National Association of Business Women of Tajikistan under the USAID project “Women’s Entrepreneurship through the Promotion of Women’s Rights and Opportunities” at the request of the Department for Work with Women and with

An American employee of the US Embassy in Tajikistan, Mr. Kevin Covert, and members of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) visited the demo section in the Yavan District for the cultivation of strawberries using a modern method. At the beginning, Farrukh Shodimatov, USAID project manager for women’s entrepreneurship through empowerment, which acts on

Spouses weave adras

Burkhon Niyozov, a resident of the city of Kurgantube was in migration on earnings last year. This time, he realized that he would no longer go to work as a manual worker to Russia, since he had learned the craft of weaving adras and now he works in his homeland. Burkhon learned this craft from

With each event held together, we are convinced that together we are a real force! Today, the Business Alliance, in particular NABWT and the Training Center “Best Practices in Business and Finance” summed up the results of a three-day master class on developing business ideas organized for students of the Tajik State University of Business

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