Human Capital Project in Central Asia

Human Capital Project in Central Asia (Education News and Research 135)

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Human Capital Project in Central Asia:

Uzbekistan:

World Bank presents its Human Capital Project and the results of Uzbekistan’s Education Sector Analysis

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During a workshop hosted by the Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) in Tashkent, the World Bank presented the Human Capital Project and its recent report analyzing current challenges observed in Uzbekistan’s education sector…

Tajikistan:

Investing in Early Childhood Development is Critical to Boosting Tajikistan’s Human Capital, Future Growth Inter-Ministerial Consultation Workshop on Early Childhood Development, Dushanbe, Tajikistan, March 14-15, 2019…

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