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Predicting Climate Change in Kyrgyzstan
The University of Central Asia's Mountain Societies Research Institute ( held a Public Lecture in Bishkek on the “Impact Assessment of Grazing and Climatic Factors on Vegetation in Kyrgyzstan” in March 2019. Delivered by Dr. Maksim Kulikov, he presented outputs of his research on an assessment of the interactions between soil, vegetation and climatic factors, quantifying them to better predict climate change scenarios.
University of Central Asia Students Hold First TEDx in Khorog
Undergraduate students at the University of Central Asia (UCA) organised the first TEDxUCA event in Khorog, Tajikistan with the theme “Encounters at the Edge”, gathering over 100 guests. Five speakers from different backgrounds discussed their experiences of how they have “stood on edge” of what is known and comfortable, and then to develop and grow as individuals within the global society.
Afghan Civil Servants Graduate from University of Central Asia
University of Central Asia Architect Wins Pritzker Prize
UCA to Share IT Expertise with Naryn State University
Naryn Community Benefits from Economics Course at UCA
Development Dialogue Addresses Migration Policy in Kyrgyzstan: Labour remittances 30% of GDP
Government representatives, development partners, and experts gathered in Bishkek on Friday, March 1st, 2019 to share inputs on the development of a comprehensive long-term, evidence-based migration policy for the Kyrgyz Republic. The half-day Development Dialogue on “Comprehensive Long-Term Evidence-Based Migration Policy for the Kyrgyz Republic” was co-organised by the United Nations (UN) in Kyrgyzstan, and the University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Institute of Public Policy and Administration (IPPA). This was the second in a series of six such development dialogues.
Mountain Universities Collaborate on Research
'Current Dynamics of the Border Areas in the Fergana Valley' Workshop
Voices from the Field: Unheard Stories from Women in Pakistan
As part of the University of Central Asia’s cooperative education programme, UCA undergraduate students, Aqila Hassanzada and Khizer Zakir, worked as Research Interns at the Rural Support Programmes Network (RSPN) in Pakistan in July 2018. On a field visit to Sindh (Pakistan) they conducted interviews to better understand the role of RSPN in the lives of poor communities. Their report was published in February 2019.