Wednesday 9 March 2016

Save the Children DFID WW&I Women’s Groups in Tajikistan struggle towards better environment for children


Women’s Groups are able to create better environment for their children and contribute to improvement of their community

Wednesday 9 March 2016

Fashion Show for Rural Women

On February the 24th 2016, the Save the Children International DFID funded Women’s Wealth and Influence (WW&I) Project organized a fashion show for rural women. Representatives of women’s groups from 17 target districts participated in the event. The main idea of the event was to showcase the work of rural women with a focus on traditional handicraft and clothes. The objective of this show was to introduce and link these women entrepreneurs to the wider community and local authorities to create market linkages.

Thursday 18 February 2016

Charity Event on International Children's Day on 1st of June

A charity event was organized by various private companies and international child organizations. Children were free to enjoy the event - to dance, play or paint and prepared dancing and singing performances.

Wednesday 29 July 2015

Save the Children supports the professional development and improvement of Early Childhood Development Centres in Kyrgyzstan

To promote the development of children, Save the Children has been actively supporting comprehensive improvement of early childhood care at Early Childhood Development centres across Kyrgyzstan. Since 2014, Save the Children, with funding from Save the Children Korea, has been implementing the "Early Childhood Development” project. The goal of the project is to improve access to quality early childhood education by developing the Early Childhood Development Centers (ECD) and supporting preschool education reforms in Kyrgyzstan.

Thursday 23 July 2015

Kyrgyz village installs mudflow protection walls to mitigate effects of rainy season

In southwestern Kyrgyzstan on the border with Uzbekistan, Dostuk village in Suzak district is a multi-ethnic community of nearly 2,000 people. Over the past five years, this village has experienced severe mudflows during heavy rains. To address these risks, Save the Children has been implementing the European Union funded Disaster Preparedness Programme (DIPECHO) VIII project: “Increasing Resilience of Institutions, Communities and Most Vulnerable Groups to Natural Disasters in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.”