All news     World     Politics     Society     Economy     Finance     Insurance      All projects Register  /  Enter
Retrieve password
Uzbekistan News -
Mobile reporter Facebook   Twitter   RSS RU  EN  UZ
Home   World  


Other news
Donor countries, private foundations, corporations and individuals meeting at the United Nations have pledged over $11.5 billion in new funding over the next three years for the global partnership to fight three killer diseases – HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
The Government of Australia has agreed to extend an untied A$1 million grant for an Asian Development Bank (ADB) administered fund targeted at narrowing gender gaps in Asia and the Pacific.
The heads of UNESCO, UNICEF, UNDP, ILO and Education International made public a joint message on 5 October on the occasion of the World Teachers' Day 2010 "Recovery Begins with Teachers".
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on 1 October urged governments to institute measures to provide greater support to a growing number of older people, saying they played an important role in society as leaders, caregivers and volunteers, yet they faced discrimination, neglect and abuse.
Nearly 8 million Afghan children will be vaccinated against polio this week as part of a United Nations-backed health drive that will also tackle the persistent problem of worm infestation among the country's youngest children.


New Way to Turn Graphite Into Diamond Revealed

Britain to invest $12.3bn in Iraq

Shavkat Mirziyoev receives Vice-President of General Electric

ISIS claims reponsibility for suicide attack at Afghan state television station

Tencent's net profit jumps 70%

Uzbekistan to abolish excise tax on imported meat and flour

Role of media in ensuring election transparency discussed



Copyright © 1999 — 2017, Uzbekistan news -
Certificate of registration N 0605, given by Press and
Information Agency of Uzbekistan from 14.12.2009.
About the Agency
Our Services
We invite to work
Use of material
Access to restricted content
Terms of use
Mobile reporter