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2019

28 March 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
AKHP Public Lecture, Khorog: Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) – Slow Food versus Fast Food
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) are organisms that are artificially impregnated with genetic materials from other animal organisms that help improve the characteristics of the original organism (energy value; pest, disease or weather resistance, accelerated ripening, extended shelf-life, improved productivity) in order to decrease production costs. The lecture will discuss GMO’s negative and positive effects on the human organism, as well as alternative ways to address the problem.
Other languages: Русский язык |

05 March 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
MSRI Public Lecture, Bishkek: Impact Assessment of Grazing and Climatic Factors on Vegetation in Kyrgyzstan
The aim of this lecture is to present research results on an assessment of the interactions between soil, vegetation and climatic factors, and quantify them for better prediction in different utilisation and climate change scenarios. It will also investigate the impact of existing grazing practices on rangelands’ soil and vegetation resources.
Other languages: Русский язык |

05 March 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
AKHP Public Lecture, Khorog: Food Security in the Harsh Natural Environment of Gorno-Badakhshan
Food security in mountain communities is closely related to the harsh climate and natural environments that are prone to natural disasters, making it difficult to produce required volumes of agricultural crops and disrupting the delivery of products to remote areas. In such context, the development and introduction of innovative technologies and approaches become especially relevant. The lecture will discuss current status of food security in highland areas of the Gorno-Badakhshan region and the methods to address the problem.
Other languages: Русский язык |

20 February 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
IPPA Public Lecture, Bishkek: Small Area Estimation of Poverty and Consumption: Kyrgyz Republic
This presentation will provide alternative methods for measuring poverty at the district level. It will include preliminary results of measuring poverty and the middle class in Central Asia reported at the district level.
Other languages: Русский язык |

14 February 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
MSRI Public Lecture, Bishkek: The Kyrgyz Minority in Uzbekistan after 2010
Approximately 370,000 ethnic Kyrgyz people live in Uzbekistan, the majority in Ferghana Valley regions adjacent to Kyrgyzstani territory. The lecture explores the status and fortunes of this minority group, especially what happened to them in June 2010 and afterwards. 
Other languages: Русский язык |

13 February 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
AKHP Public Lecture, Almaty: Turkic Contribution to World Culture and Civilisation
The lecture will focus on the contribution of Turks to world culture and civilisation. New facts and materials will be presented that have long been inaccessible for research by the general public due to Eurocentric and other myths, and stereotypes dominating traditional historiography. On the basis of these materials, the lecturer will demonstrate that Turkic peoples living on the territories of the Eurasian continent for thousands of years were not only a bridge connecting two great cultures of the East and West, but also created an original great culture and civilisation of their own.

12 February 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
IPPA Public Lecture, Bishkek: Predicting Poverty in Kyrgyzstan: A Hierarchical Approach
The Kyrgyz Republic is committed to achieving the sustainable development goals, including the goal of poverty alleviation. In this work, the presenters try to identify which are the individual characteristics and the macro-economic variables, such as GDP per capita and the unemployment rate at a regional level, that contribute the most in predicting the probability of being poor in Kyrgyzstan. A large body of the literature has investigated the main factors that influence the households at-risk of poverty. The central premise is that, the ability of a household to exploit available income-earning opportunities is shaped by its inherent characteristics. For a given household, the probability of being poor is determined by the extent and nature of its participation in the labor market, participation conditioned by the characteristics of the household itself.
Other languages: Русский язык |

31 January 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
IPPA Public Lecture, Bishkek: Kyrgyz Republic Economic Update
The first World Bank presentation will provide an overview of the Kyrgyz economic performance over the first 11 months of 2018, highlighting some of the macroeconomic vulnerabilities the country is exposed to and will share growth projections for 2019 and 2020. The special topic for this Economic Update is "Agriculture as a Potential for Growth and Development”, focusing on the challenges facing the agri-food exporters to the EEU (especially Russia, Kazakhstan) and China and the supportive role the government should play. The second presentation will focus on the Russian economy covering 2018 economic performance, future growth prospects, poverty reduction and economic diversification.
Other languages: Русский язык |

31 January 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
AKHP Public Lecture, Khorog: Medical and Social Significance of Urinary Stone Disease: An Interdisciplinary Analysis
Urinary stone disease (USD) or urolithiasis is a disease associated with metabolic disorders in the body caused by endogenous and/or exogenous factors (including hereditary factors), which causes the formation of stones in the kidneys and urinary tract. This lecture will cover the epidemiology, medical and social significance of USD, as well as causative factors of its development and effective treatment methods.
Other languages: Русский язык |

24 January 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
IPPA Public Lecture, Bishkek: Technological and Industrial Modernisation in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan
This lecture will examine the current state of technological development of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, and will discuss some technological and industrial modernisation options that could propel sustained economic growth in these countries. 
Other languages: Русский язык |

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