The European Union has supported the implementation of the first and second phases of the ‘Improvement of Mother and Child Health Services in Uzbekistan’ project. The first phase of the project started in July 2008 and was successfully completed in December 2010. The second phase of the project started in July 2012, and will be completed in January 2016..
The project is jointly managed by the UNICEF Country Office in Uzbekistan, the European Union Delegation to Uzbekistan, and the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan. For the second phase of the project, the financial contribution of the European Union is EUR 4,900,000, and the financial contribution of UNICEF is EUR 818,770. In addition to these contributions, the European Union has committed EUR 1,700,000 for the purchase of essential medical equipment for mother and child health care institutions.
The European Union supports policy dialogue on health care sector reform and the building of the institutional capacity of the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan. The European Union is the world’s largest donor. It provides more than half of the international aid offered to developing countries, and assists them in achieving the Millennium Development Goals by 2015.
October – December 2015
12 -21 October 2015
Effective Perinatal Care Training inNavoi, Fergana and Tashkent Oblasts
26 October — 5 November 2015
Effective Perinatal Care Training in Samarkand, Surkhadaryaand KashkadaryaOblasts
9 — 18 November 2015
Effective Perinatal Care Training in Tashkent Oblast
23 November — 2 December 2015
Effective Perinatal Care Training in Tashkent City
3–4 December, 2015
The Final Project Conference
Tashkent International Hotel, Tashkent City
The European Union (EU)