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UCA Students Promote Tech Projects with a Social Impact
Zarrina Gafurova: Never Imagined I’d be doing my internship in Prague, let alone with the Data Science team at Nielsen
The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Co-operative Education Programme offers work placements to students where they apply in-class learning to real life professional experiences within the field of study across private, public, and community-based sectors. This story was written by Zarrina Gafurova as part of series of personal reflections from UCA students on their internship experiences.
UCA and USAID Partner to Improve Reading Skills in Tajikistan
The University of Central Asia (UCA) and the United States Agency for International Development “Read with Me” (USAID RWM) Project signed a Memorandum of Understanding on September 30th to create further partnerships between the two organisations.
Bishkek to Host International Conference on Digital Transformation in Central Asia
The University of Central Asia (UCA), State Committee for Information Technology and Communications, and the High Technology Park of the Kyrgyz Republic will hold the first annual International Conference on Digital Transformation in Central Asia, at the Hyatt Regency Bishkek and the UCA Naryn Campus in Kyrgyzstan from October 4th to 6th 2019. The DTCA conference is jointly organised with the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic, under the framework of the “Sanarip Kyrgyzstan 2019-2023” project, which has designated 2019 as the Year of Regional Development and Digitalisation. The event is expected to be attended by President of the Kyrgyz Republic, Sooronbai Jeenbekov. For further information on the conference speakers and programme, please visit: https://dtca.kg.
UCA Appoints Health Economist to Address Health Policy Issues
The University of Central Asia’s Institute of Public Policy and Administration (IPPA) has appointed Michael Onah, a health economist, as Senior Research Fellow. Health policy is one of the most critical issues facing governments in Central Asia. They inherited from the Soviet era rather developed health care systems and it is a challenge for them to maintain essential health care functions given available resources, and adjust to technological and socio-economic changes. While health care reform has been on the agenda for many years, its progress has been stymied by the absence of endogenous evidence-based analysis that could inform decision-makers. Many issues confronting Central Asia are common to a large number of low- and middle-income countries, and knowledge generated by IPPA on health policy questions can also be relevant to other countries.
SPCE and AKHP Hold Joint Graduation in Dushanbe
UCA Summer Institute Promotes Pluralism
The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Student Affairs and Human Resources departments held a Skills for Pluralism Summer Institute at the UCA Khorog campus from August 1-9 2019. The institute was aimed at increasing interpersonal, intercultural, and problem-solving skills in order to deepen personal competence and relationships between departments, campuses and communities. It covered three modules including an Introduction to Counselling Skills, Group Processes, and Conflict Analysis and Transformation.
New Agreement Upgrades SPCE’s Computer Lab
UCA Student Wins Best Speaker Award at Republican Debate Tournament
US Ambassador Visits UCA’s Khorog Campus