Yuriy Kulik might have remained unemployed, relegated to the fringes of society in Turkmenistan. After losing his sight as a teenager, he could not find a job that would accommodate his disability. But in 2005, Kulik took part in an intensive course that taught him how to adapt without his sight.more
Amanbagt, a 28 year old woman, and Babaly, her 63-year old father, live in the outskirts of Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan. Amanbagt fell ill in February 2013 when after few oddly cold winter days she felt weakness and tiredness. Amanbagt did not pay attention to those symptoms for severalmore
The Needs Assessments produced under the Aid for Trade project form part of a long-term vision of developing trade capacities, which will benefit human development in the region. The recommendations presented are expected to constitute the basis for a second phase (2011 – 2013), focusing on the implementation of the recommendations developed in the national and regional Needs Assessments.