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UCA News - Issue 116
Nearly 500 students, teachers, and community members attended an English Language Festival jointly organized by UCA and the British Council in Kazakhstan introducing English language instructors to interactive teaching methods and professional development opportunities, whilst younger learners enjoyed activities to facilitate their English learning.
UCA News - Issue 115
The University of Central Asia's (UCA) School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPCE) launched its latest publication, Ancient Monuments of Tien-Shan, representing a significant contribution towards preserving archaeological monuments and the Kyrgyz Republic's history on 28 February and 5 March in Naryn and Bishkek, respectively.
UCA News - Issue 114
On 1 March 2012, the University of Central Asia signed a Memorandum of cooperation with the State Agency of Construction and Regional Development (SACRD) to promote cooperation and implement joint activities for capacity building of municipal employees and to spur regional development.
UCA News - Issue 113
The University of Central Asia (UCA) received a gift of 700 publications related to research on mountain regions of Central Asia, the Caucasus and other regions of the world from renowned mountain geographer and researcher Dr Yuri Badenkov of the Institute of Geography of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow.
UCA News - Issue 112
For journalists from the Kyrgyz Republic, reporting on national and local budgets is often a difficult and stressful task. Information may not be widely distributed, and budget data that is available is often hard to understand. In addition, journalists feel they are not prepared to report on budget topics, due largely to lack of knowledge and understanding.
UCA News - Issue 111
On 9 - 11 November 2011, regional experts gathered in Dushanbe to strategize and support national delegations to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC or COP17) by strengthening regional inputs on climate change negotiations and on the potential impacts of climate change and adaptation options in mountain ecosystems.
UCA News - Issue 107
The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Knowledge Management (KM) team recently implemented the Osh Business Mapping Project (OBMP) spearheading the use of innovative methodologies and affordable technologies to gather and organise information in the region.