Since May 2014, AJO has launched the second phase of the project: “Social mobilization of families of labor migrants and vulnerable families” in cooperation with UN Women with financial support from DFID. From June to September 2014, 1,239 women were mobilized in 199 self-help groups (SHGs) in two new pilot districts, Asht and Kanibadam. Women unite around a single economic activity and start their own business. GVP members are engaged in a variety of activities: crushing seeds, embroidery, carpet weaving, growing greenery, gardening, providing services, casting bricks, etc.
On October 9-10, in Kairakkum, in the Bahoriston sanatorium, the GWP-2014 Forum will be held on the theme “Strengthening the economic opportunities of rural women through strengthening solidarity and improving access to resources: the experience of the beneficiaries of the Regional Migration Program in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan”, organized by Hukumat of the Sughd region, UN – Women and the Association “Woman and Society” to summarize the interim results of the activities of self-help groups.
Expectations from the Forum:
• 1. Interim results will be summarized of the activities to strengthen the economic opportunities of women from vulnerable rural areas under the Regional Migration Program / SEI Program.
• 2. Approaches will be discussed and experience will be exchanged between the participants in the process of social mobilization, the IOGS of the Sughd region and other state structures, financial institutions, international and public organizations used by the partners of the Regional Migration Program, with the aim of documenting, further disseminating and introducing good practices.
• 3. The successful experience of close cooperation with the IOGV and with other government agencies on social mobilization and strengthening the economic opportunities of rural women through strengthening solidarity and improving access to resources in the Sughd region will be highlighted.
A hotline 918 85 34 34 was launched to provide legal and advisory assistance to victims of human trafficking.
On November 1, 2014, the NGO Association Woman and Society launched the project “Creation of a single hotline to combat human trafficking and trafficking” in cooperation with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) with financial support from the Government of Norway. The project is aimed at providing free legal advice to victims of human trafficking within the framework of the regional project “Support for victims of human trafficking, vulnerable migrants, their families and communities in Central Asia.” Professional lawyers provide free legal assistance on labor migration and human trafficking issues.
If you have any problems and need advice, then call the lawyers of the Hotline by phone: 918 85 34 34.
on weekdays: from 8-00 to 17-00, lunch from 12-00 to 13-00;
on Saturday: from 8:00 to 12:00;
Sunday is a day off.