RESULTS: 55 reports found

05 August 2012 | REPORT
Trends and Patterns in Foreign Trade of Central Asian Countries, Roman Mogilevskii
Roman Mogilevskii
Working Paper No. 1, May 2012, 56 p.
Available in English and Russian
Institute of Public Policy and Administration, University of Central Asia
Other languages: Русский язык |

07 May 2012 | REPORT
Tree and Land Tenure: Rapid Appraisal Tools
The Rapid Rural Appraisal is a family of methodologies designed to encourage the participation of local communities in collection and use of information to improve their livelihoods. This qualitative research methodology can be used in three ways: 1) to gather general information about a topic; 2) to gather in-depth information about a particular subject; and 3) as a monitoring and evaluation tool. This manual offers background on the methodology and a toolkit of activities for use by researchers and practitioners. Originally published by United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in 1994, UCA’s, Mountain Societies Research Centre (MSRC) and the Mountain Partnership Consortium’s Central Asia Hub translated and printed the manual into Russian for use in the region.

25 October 2011 | REPORT
MSRC Activity Report (April - June 2011)

The Mountain Societies Research Centre’s (MSRC) Activity Report is the first of a series that highlights MSRC activities, work of its Fellows and Partners, covering activities since its inception to June 2011.
Available in English.
Mountain Societies Research Institute, University of Central Asia

11 July 2011 | REPORT
Giving Entrepreneurs a Voice in the Future of Southern Kyrgyzstan
The violent events that unfolded in Southern Kyrgyzstan in June 2010 resulted in the destruction of homes and businesses, and threatened the livelihoods of micro and small entrepreneurs operating in the country’s southern region.

20 July 2010 | REPORT
Giving Youth a Voice in Youth Policy
Young people, especially young men, occupied centre stage during the 7-8 April 2010 events in Bishkek. Their involvement in direct action was unprecedented and their emergence on the political arena was a clarion call to elites and broader society that something must be done to address the grievances of this mobilized sector of society.

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