Uzbekistan to develop engineering and communication networks in Fergana region
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Sept. 23
By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:
The implementation of investment projects totaling 554.8 billion soums ($54 million) is planned in the Tashlak district of the Fergana region in Uzbekistan, Trend reports citing uzdaily.uz.
The purpose of the project is to radically improve the living conditions of poor families in the Tashlak district of the Fergana region, create decent working conditions, and ensure employment.
The project will also provide support for population wishing to engage in entrepreneurial activities, vocational training, and retraining, as well as the implementation of measures for the development of engineering, communication, and social infrastructure.
In order to increase the level of employment and reduce the unemployment rate of the population of the district, develop entrepreneurship, measure it is planned to improve the skills of specialists and the culture of providing services, and increase the share of the private sector in this area.
The project also provides for the accelerated development of agricultural production by improving the ameliorative state of irrigated lands and reclaiming lands that are out of use, and creating new jobs in the construction and handicraft of lightweight greenhouses based on subsidies to poor families.
It is planned to implement investment projects for a total of 554.8 billion soums ($54 million), the development of engineering and communication networks for 182.7 billion soums ($17.8 million), and the construction, repair, and equipping of social facilities for 157.4 billion soums ($15.3 million).
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