Sustainable Development Goals

Ideal Civil Service Academy or a Place for the Best Civil Servants

28 Dec 2017

Dr. Dinara Minnigulova / UNDP Turkmenistan
The concept of civil service was born during the reign of Peter the Great. However, the elements of the modern Academy of Civil Service and Management were conceived in the party schools that existed during the Soviet period, which trained party cadres in the spirit of their own ideology, chose the best and forged leaders of the party movement. These leaders, in turn, replicated corporate culture and government values, and the best practices on the basis of state planning, thereby strengthening the work of the state machinery. … Read more

Electronic Management System - First Step Towards Simplified Access to Justice

28 Dec 2017 by Nazik Avlyakulova

Armen Gevorkian / UNDP Consultant
During the course of 2017, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Supreme Court of Turkmenistan implemented a joint project “Cooperation in implementation of the NHRAP for 2016-2020 in the area of rule of law and the access to justice”. The project is funded by the Catalytic Fund, with the financial support of the Government of Turkey and through the Funding Windows of UNDP that supports governance for peaceful and inclusive societies programmes. … Read more

Digital Educational Environment: International Experience and National Practices

05 Dec 2017 by Hajymurat Pirmuhamedov

Within the framework of the joint project of the Civil Service Academy under the President of Turkmenistan and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), work continues with the ongoing introduction of innovative educational technologies and modern teaching and methodological materials in Turkmenistan. These important developments were discussed at length during the visit of international expert in the field of information technologies Ion Cosuleanu, who is a representative of the Republic of Moldova. … Read more

New Methods and Technologies in the Study of Tuberculosis

23 Nov 2017 by Yulduz Mamedova

Svetlana Tomasova, UNDP/GF TB Specialist
The annual conference of the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease is the world's largest gathering of doctors, health program managers, researchers and activists working to end the suffering caused by lung diseases, especially tuberculosis. The first international conference on tuberculosis was held in Paris in 1920 … Read more

The Modern Landmark to Fight Climate Change Effects in Turkmenistan

18 Sep 2017 by Nazik Avlyakulova

Anyone visiting Turkmenistan remembers it for its culture, brightness of colors, welcoming people and the heat. Steadily increasing of air temperature and reduced rainfall are caused by climate change. However, you won’t feel it unless you are engaged into the agriculture. Agriculture is the main consumer of water within Turkmenistan and it is a critical sector of the economy accounting for almost one-fifth of GDP and some 50% of the population employed in it.[i] Every year, the Government of Turkmenistan invests millions of dollars and puts enormous efforts to ensure that the agriculture strives and that the national security is not jeopardized by the lack of food stock for local production. … Read more

Expert opinion on UNDP’s “Social Inclusion through Leadership Skills for Disabled Women in Turkmenistan”

07 Dec 2015 by Nazik Myradova

Photo: UNDP/Turkmenistan
On average, 10% of the population of the world has some form of disability. But how many persons with disabilities do you see on the streets? Social exclusion, low educational attainment, unemployment, low self-esteem and limited opportunities to participate in political and social life are frequent parts of persons with disabilities’ daily experience. A very low number of persons with disabilities are employed or attend universities. The stereotyping of and prejudice against them are still widespread and their families experience social stigma so that many persons with disabilities have to stay at home. In society, there is a genuine and widespread lack of understanding that most persons with disabilities could in fact function effectively at work, school, and with society, if given adequate support. … Read more

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