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Enero 2023
Uzbekistán

In Uzbekistan, livestock production accounts for 40% of agricultural output. Since independence, areas planted with forage and feed crops have decreased by 70%, whereas the cattle population has increased by 150%, leading to a sharp increase in GHG emissions (mainly methane through enteric fermentation).

Enero 2023
Uzbekistán

Potato is an important crop in Uzbekistan agriculture for multiple reasons. It contributes to food security and nutrition quality. This crop has been facing pests and diseases with limited efforts to address these issues. This rapid assessment conducted in spring 2023 helps to fill the gap in how the potato seed system is organized and functioning.

External finance for rural development
Informes e investigaciones
Diciembre 2020
Uzbekistán

This country case study summarises key findings from a country analysis of financing for rural development in Uzbekistan. It is one of 20 analyses that is synthesised for comparison in Prizzon et al. (2020).


The case study has two main objectives:


Out of the Cauldron, Into the Fire?
Informes e investigaciones
Junio 2020
Uzbekistán

Ulster University and the Uzbek Forum for Human Rights has released the first sector wide study on corporate integrity in Uzbekistan.

BTI 2020 Country Report Uzbekistan
Informes e investigaciones
Mayo 2020
Uzbekistán

ABSTRACTED FROM EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The 2017 to 2018 period in Uzbekistan gave rise to a feeling of relief among the population. With the death of the first president of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov, in September 2016 and the election of Shavkat Mirziyoyev as new president in December 2016, the so-called post-Soviet transition period had come to an end.

Publicación revisada por pares
Enero 2020
Uzbekistán

Changes in the frequency or intensity of rainfall due to climate always affect the conservation of soil resources, which leads to land degradation. The importance of assessing past and future climate differences plays an important role in future planning in relation to climate change.

Enero 2020
Uzbekistán

WLE/IWMI research findings demonstrated that substantial water and energy savings could be achieved by adopting more efficient irrigation technologies in the lift irrigated areas of Uzbekistan. Researchers engaged with decision makers and recommended that the government shift subsidies from energy to water saving technologies.

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