Uzbekistan embarked on an ambitious reform path in 2017, starting to liberalize its economy after years of state control.
Post-harvest food loss is a leading cause of food insecurity for millions of people across the world. In 2019, 690 million suffered from hunger and the situation has worsened due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The awarding ceremony for the winners of the best beekeeping industry coverage contest was organized by the FAO Representation in Uzbekistan together with the Association of Beekeepers of Uzbekistan.
The State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Forestry together with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the United Nations Agricultural Organization (FAO)
Fitch Ratings has assigned Joint-Stock Commercial Mortgage Bank Ipoteka-Bank’s (Ipoteka) upcoming issue of Uzbekistan soums-denominated senior unsecured Eurobonds an expected long-term rating of ‘BB-(EXP)’/’RR4’.
About half of all agricultural workers are women, who play a key, but often invisible or little-recognized role in ensuring the nutrition and well-being of their families and communities,
FAO Director-General spoke at the Third Meeting of the Central Asian Ministers of Agriculture
The Inception Workshop was held within the Technical Cooperation Program “Recovery and development of the potato sector in response to COVID-19”.
Experts of the Heritage Foundation research institute have published the Index of Economic Freedom 2021.
During the official visit of the delegation of the Ministry of Agriculture of Uzbekistan to Budapest on the occasion of the Uzbek – Hungarian Intergovernmental Commission