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Combating trafficking in persons
Project period:
September 28, 2020 – August 19, 2022

Strengthening the criminal prosecution of trafficking in persons by increasing the capacity of law enforcement agencies, state structures and civil society institutions in Uzbekistan
Funded by the U.S. Department of State.
Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affair
Objectives
Beneficiaries
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Results for 2021
295
46
152
3181
representatives of government agencies participated in capacity-building events
activities were held to increase the capacity of law enforcement agencies, namely round tables, working meetings, a seminar and training
cases of trafficking in persons were identified and criminal cases were initiated.
  • Increasing the number of law enforcement investigations and prosecutions of trafficking in persons cases
  • Supporting a well-functioning mechanism for identifying trafficking victims
  • Providing appropriate training to government agencies on trafficking in persons that will enable law enforcement to successfully investigate and prosecute such cases
  • Support victims of trafficking in obtaining the necessary legal services to initiate, investigate, and participate in criminal proceedings.
  • Victims of trafficking in persons
  • NGO lawyers
  • Representatives and officers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan
  • Members of the Territorial Commissions for Combating Trafficking in Persons and Forced Labour
citizens – victims of trafficking in persons assisted in returning to Uzbekistan
153
victims of trafficking in persons were provided WITH legal support.
12 regions, Republic of Karakalpakstan and Tashkent city

Project period
November 1, 2020 - October 10, 2022
Expansion of reintegration services to vulnerable victims of trafficking in persons in Uzbekistan
With financial support from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the United Nations Voluntary Fund for Victims
Objectives
Beneficiaries
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Results for 2021
81
64
25
victims of trafficking in persons received medical diagnostics and support
victims of trafficking in persons were provided with seasonal clothing
victims of trafficking in persons WERE provided WITH legal consultations
  • Strengthening the capacity of NGOs in Uzbekistan by expanding and providing a full range of sustainable direct assistance to victims of trafficking for their reintegration into society throughout Uzbekistan
  • Victims of trafficking (women, men, children).
Training was held on the topic "Training and capacity-building of regional managers and social workers of
RSIC "Istiqbolli Avlod" REGIONAL BRANCHES IN WORKING WITH with victims of trafficking in persons
77
victims of trafficking in persons were provided with psychological consultations
19
victims of trafficking in persons were provided with vocational courses.
12 regions, Republic of Karakalpakstan and Tashkent
Project period
2018-2022
Initiative to combat trafficking in persons in Uzbekistan
With the financial support of the Eurasia Foundation
Objectives
Beneficiaries
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Results for 2021
5
3
1
2
psychological trainings were conducted with the involvement of international level experts.
seminar was held aimed at increasing the potential of the NGOs’ PR specialists
assessments of NGOs’ potential were carried out in the field of providing legal assistance to trafficking victims.
  • To build the capacity of NGOs of the Republic of Uzbekistan to prevent trafficking in persons and to meet the trafficking victims’ legal, psychological, and reintegration support needs.
  • NGO RUZ
  • NGO lawyers
  • Victims of trafficking in persons
forums were held for NGO partners
2
seminars were held for lawyers with the involvement NGO lawyers of the Republic of Kazakhstan
1
training was organized on Monitoring and evaluation for increasing the capacity of NGOs
2
Study trips were organized for NGO representatives
6
lessons prepared for NGO Online Schools
2
youth camps "No one will stay away" were held for NGO volunteers
action was held dedicated to July 30-International Day Against Trafficking in Persons (July 30, 2021)
27
webinars were organized aimed at increasing the capacity of lawyers and NGO staff
  • 12 regions, Republic of Karakalpakstan and Tashkent city
1
Handbook for lawyers of the NGO Network developed
1
Safe migration
Project period
April 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022
Supporting labor migrants and their families to mitigate the negative impacts of COVID-19 pandemic" funded by the European Union
With the financial support of the European Union
Goal
Beneficiaries
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Results for 2021
1 015
303
20
10
meetings on social volunteerism with the involvement of 305 youth who were trained on the provision of social support to vulnerable populations
social workers and psychologists have been trained to provide high-quality social and psychological assistance to the project beneficiaries
psychological consultations were provided to migrants and their families
  • to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the living standards of migrants and their families by enhancing their access to social, psychological and legal assistance in Uzbekistan.

Specific objective:
  • to strengthen the capacity of civil society organizations (CSOs) to operate and advocate in the fields of legal and social assistance to migrants and their families.
  • Migrants and their families who returned from their countries of destination during the pandemic due to unemployment
  • Makhalla counselors and stakeholders in the target regions
  • Inspectors of the Main Department of Crime Prevention of the MIA of the Republic of Uzbekistan
  • Active youth and volunteers
  • Population
migrant workers and their families were assessed for social needs and necessities
320
legal consultations were provided to migrants and their families
8
round tables were held with the participation of representatives of government bodies, self-government bodies to for the purpose of discussing issues on increasing the capabilities of the target groups through strengthening the social cooperation.
4
media campaigns were organized dedicated to December 18 International Human Rights Day with the participation of 734 representatives of youth and mahallas
Tashkent region, Andijan region, Samarkand region, Kashkadarya region
Project period
April 2021 – April 2022
Promotion of human rights protection and elimination of violence in Uzbekistan by expanding access to qualified legal services for vulnerable groups of the population, including victims of trafficking in persons, vulnerable migrants, and victims of domestic violence.
With financial support from the Judicial Reform Program of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Objectives
Beneficiaries
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Results for 2021
4 100
7 345
people were involved in the information campaigns organized to raise citizens' awareness of ongoing legal reforms in the areas of migration legislation, protection of the rights of vulnerable groups and access to legal services
  • Provision of targeted qualified legal assistance to vulnerable segments of the population, including victims of human trafficking, vulnerable migrants, and victims of domestic violence at the points of crossing the state border in the Tashkent region

  • Conducting a public campaign among the population in the border areas of the Tashkent region to raise awareness of citizens about the ongoing legal reforms in the areas of migration legislation, protection of the rights of vulnerable segments of the population and access to legal services
  • Socially vulnerable groups of population
  • Victims of trafficking in persons
  • Vulnerable migrants
  • Victims of domestic violence
  • Migrants children
legal consultations were provided to representatives of vulnerable groups of population in a difficult situation
3
consultative points were established and are functioning in the border zones of the Tashkent region: Gishtkuprik–Zhibek Zholy, Navoi–Kaplanbek, Maysky–S. Clicks
Tashkent region, Tashkent city
Prevention of HIV & AIDS
Project period:
July 1, 2021 – December 12, 2023
Strengthening activities on achievement of the 90-90-90 and STOP-TB target in the Republic of Uzbekistan, with a special focus on vulnerable groups of populations
With financial support from the Office of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria ((GFATM) and the Republican AIDS Center.
Objectives
Beneficiaries
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Results for 2021
3 642
33 837
5 243
representatives of a key vulnerable groups were accompanied for tuberculosis screening
mini-sessions on 4 topics were conducted by outreach workers:
"HIV & AIDS"
"STD"
"A healthy lifestyle"
"HIV Testing"
representatives of a key vulnerable group were accompanied to rapid HIV testing
  • Strengthening and expanding outreach activities among vulnerable groups of the population to reduce the risk of HIV infection in Uzbekistan

  • The Global Fund Sub-Project is designed for promotion of innovative solutions, new HIV/AIDS and STI prevention services and tools among key groups of populations through outreach work, promotione of healthy lifestyles and change risk behaviors by providing free HIV/STDI consultation and testing and TB screening to beneficiaries in 11 regions of Uzbekistan
  • Key vulnerable groups of the population (SR, MSM)
representatives of a key vulnerable group through outreach workers received information on HIV/AIDS and STD prevention, as well as on healthy lifestyles and changing risk behaviors
48
representatives of a key vulnerable group were assisted in identifying HIV+ in registeration
13 990
booklets distributed among key vulnerable groups
13 990
Tashkent region, Andijan region, Bukhara region, Namangan region, Navoiy region, Syrdarya region, Ferghana region, Samarkand region, Khorezm region, Republic of Karakalpakstan and Tashkent city.
Project period:
October 10, 2021 – December 31, 2024
Strengthening activities on achievement of the 90-90-90 and STOP-TB target in the Republic of Uzbekistan, with a special focus on vulnerable groups of populations
With financial support from the Office of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria ((GFATM) and the Republican AIDS Center.
Goal
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Results for 2021
5
trainings were held for employees of the organization on working in the context of COVID-19 and testing for coronavirus infection
  • Reducing the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on vulnerable groups of the population, considering gender aspects through the mobilization of civil society in the Republic of Uzbekistan
Beneficiaries
  • Labour migrants
  • Key Vulnerable Populations (Persons providing sexual/intimate services for remuneration, MSM)
Tashkent region, Andijan region, Bukhara region, Namangan region, Navoi region, Syrdarya region, Ferghana region Samarkand region, Khorezm region, Republic of Karakalpakstan, and Tashkent
Prevention of violent extremism
Project period
April 2021 -August 2О22
Building peace and security through support women-led CSOs in Uzbekistan
With the financial support of Saferworld
Objectives
Beneficiaries
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Results for 2021
6
A resource center for girls and women was launched and equippedin the mahalla "Madaniy Maorif" in Namangan region.
  • Development of public security through the support of the CSO Network led by women in Uzbekistan
  • Vulnerable segments of the population
  • Unskilled and unemployed women
  • Vulnerable migrants
trainings on Public safety and Social Partnership were held for representatives of the local gathering points of citizens, law enforcement agencies, and local authorities
A sewing workshop for women without permanent employment was launched and equipped in Bostanlyk district of Tashkent region.
Technical support was provided for equipping the Bogiston mahalla in the Bostonliq district of Tashkent region
Tashkent region and Namangan region
Project period:
November 2020 - December 2021
Promoting increasing the resilience of vulnerable groups of the population to radicalization by strengthening the capacity of six partner NGOs in Tashkent, Karshi, Nukus, and Termez, cooperation and networking with the State and civil society through education and dialogue.
With the financial support of the German Federal Ministry, the German Adult Education Association (DVV) Uzbekistan
Objectives
Beneficiaries
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Results for 2021
3
4
1
1
summer camp was organized for youth volunteers
three-day PVE training for youth volunteers was conducted jointly with the CSRT (Center for the Study of Regional Threats)
two-day trainings were held for deputy chairmen and employees of mahalla committees
  • Promoting the prevention of violent extremism in Uzbekistan in cooperation with the State and civil society through education, dialogue and increasing the resistance of vulnerable groups to radicalization
  • Young people in difficult situations and unemployed
  • Unemployed and socially unprotected women
  • Labor migrant (going to leave and returning)
  • Convicts, former convicts, and their family members
  • Journalists covering the prevention of violent extremism
  • Other groups of the population, mainly socially vulnerable
round tables – held for representatives of khokimiyats
3
meetings of the Management Committee were - held for employees of the mahalla committee of khokimiyats
10
PVE trainings were conducted by volunteers in the regions of Uzbekistan
40
youth were trained on professional vocational courses
588
legal, psychological and social consultations were provided by a project lawyer, psychologist and social worker to representatives from the vulnerable groups of the population.
4

The four-day entrepreneurship course was conducted jointly with a business coach for citizens who successfully graduated from vocational courses.
the International Day of Tolerance (concert-action) was held jointly with the Uzbek State University of World Languages for students.

14 PVE trainings wereheld for the population of Tashkent, Nukus, Termez, and Karshi cities.
14
PVE trainings were - conducted for the target population
  • Tashkent, Nukus, Termez and Karshi
16
On November
Project period
January 12 – May 15, 2022
Strengthening the capacity of NGOs in promoting the prevention of violent extremism and reducing the vulnerability of young people in Surkhandarya, Kashkadarya, Namangan and Tashkent regions
With the financial support from DAI Global, LLC
Objectives
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Results for 2021
16
  • To strengthen the capacity of the newly established regional branches of the RSIC “Istiqbolli Avlod” by conducting activities to increase public awareness and legal literacy of young people about the violent extremism risk and support community dialogue about the threat of extremism in vulnerable communities

  • Reduce vulnerabilities to violent extremism associated with family conflict and lack of f social and family support by increasing legal literacy of the target groups.
facilitators were trained for facilitatation of sessions for secondary school students, parents, and teachers.
school students and 725 parents/teachers were involved in the sessions where they received information about the risks of violent extremism
sessions were held to raise awareness of the population and legal literacy of young people about the risks of violent extremism
36
1208
Surkhandarya, Kashkadarya, Namangan and Tashkent regions
Beneficiaries
  • Youth
  • Parents
  • Teachers of secondary schools
Youth leaders and volunteers
Project Period
September 2021 – August 2022

Youth
for a bright future
With the financial support of the Ministry of Public Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Objectives
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Results for 2021.
12
  • Prevention of human trafficking, illegal migration, violence, and other manifestations by improving the legal literacy of youth in the field of human rights.
  • Jointly with the Ministry of Public Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan, to reach 35,000 high school students (100 students from each school) from 350 secondary schools in 12 regions of the country.
  • Raising awareness about the causes, consequences and factors leading to the countering to trafficking in persons, illegal migration, violence, including violent extremism, through interactive and sports competitions, through 50 information-actions in summer health camps.
young trainers were trained for conducting information acitivities on the prevention of trafficking in persons, illegal migration, and other types of violence among youth.
high school students were informed and warned about the causes, consequences, and factors of human trafficking, illegal migration, violence, including violent extremism.
events were held in secondary education institutions aimed at raising awareness of youth the causes, and consequences of human trafficking, illegal migration, violent extremism and other types of violence.
74
740
Beneficiaries
  • High school students
12 regions, the Republic of Karakalpakstan and Tashkent city
Protection of children's rights
Project period
December 01, 2021 – May 31, 2022
Provision of child-friendly and gender-sensitive legal aid to children in contact with the law
With financial support from the Office of the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)
Objectves
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Results for 2021
50
child-friendly legal consultations were provided to minors, assistance was provided in obtaining identity documents, registering at the place of permanent residence, in obtainment of alimony
  • Prevention of child abuse (both child abuse and adult abuse of children) and reduction number of cases in institutions;
  • Explaining to children their rights;
  • Helping employees of organizations that interact directly with children to apply the skills necessary to support the development of each child and protect their rights;
  • Assistance to employees of organizations directly interacting with children in applying the skills that are necessary to support the development of each child and protect his/her rights;
  • Providing all employees of the Center with the working conditions necessary to support the development of each child and protect his/her rights;
  • Adaptation of objective, reliable and transparent channels for filing complaints in all types of the Center's programs, guaranteeing all interested persons (children, parents, employees) the right to be listened to;
  • Formation of an active system of legal protection in order to ensure the safety and protection of all children and adults by law.
A ToT was organized on child-friendly and gender-sensitive legal aid for children in contact with the law.
Surkhandarya region, Tashkent region and Tashkent city
Beneficiaries
  • Children in contact with the law - Lawyers of state and civil institutions providing direct assistance to minors
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