Just finished up my blog post about ‘beaten happy women’. Well as you might have noticed the title is pretty sarcastic. If you are interested to know why Uzbek women are so silent about the domestic violence against them and pretend as everything is fine, you might find the post below interesting. It was originally posted on a Facebook Page/ Suppressed Histories Archives in 2014. Continue reading
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Oxirgi paytlarda Avaz Oxunni chiqishlarini maqtashganini ko’p guvohi bo’layapman. Bugun man ham qiziqib ko’rib ko’rdim, rostdan ham xalqni o’zini odatlari, turmush – tarzini kulguli jihatlarini ko’rsatgan holda chiqishlar qilar ekan. Aytishganlaridek Hojiboy Tojiboyni izdoshlari deganlaricha bor… manga ham chiqishlari yoqayapti deb turgandim, toki… mana shu yerigacha. Continue reading
© UNFPA Benin/Ollivier Girard
This blog post written as a course work for the MOOC offered by Oxford University in the area of international development and answers certain specific questions in the case of Benin. Continue reading
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Recent times I have become a MOOCaholic in the area of International Development. It’s because of my passion for the field, and any activity whether it’s my job or learning new concepts, following blogs or media posts on development issues making me more eager and eager. Continue reading
This blog post is written as a project work to fulfil the partial requirement of the MOOC: Financing for Development: Unlocking Investment Opportunities on edX platform offered by World Bank Group.
Assignment: Propose a financing solution that will unlock financial opportunities in a Fragile or Conflict (State) country integrating the International Development Association (IDA) Private Sector Window in your solution.
Target audience: General public; public engagement and improving their awareness in development (financing) issues
Summary: A post conflict state has been chosen as an object.
Proposal of three solutions for financing for development which enable us to reach three (social, political and economic) outcomes… Continue reading
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Today is Sunday. Usually I listen to music or podcasts while I’m doing my housework. Luke’s English Podcast is the one I’m listening to recent times. Today I listened its episode on London underground and its rules for passengers. And you know what? I’d like to write a blog post combining my own experience of using the underground and also Luke’s suggestions. Who knows, there might someone is who planning to leave for London any time soon among you guys for good, for studies or for a short stay. So let’s not talk much in the introduction part and move to the post itself. Let’s go…
O’zbekchada o’qish uchun pastroqga tushing.
She woke up…found her phone on her side and looked at the time… too early to get up on a Sunday morning… closed her eyes… Continue reading
My reader, yes you, how long have you been following the posts? Or how long have you known me? Actually, you don’t have to answer, I’ve just wondered. Here I want to share some passions of me whether you know them or not… You might find part of youself here below too… Continue reading
01.08.2014 Cardiff, UK
I received a text message saying “The decision on your application No XXX has been made and you can collect your passport” (I would not call it as a passport). The following day I just left all my plans for the day and “ran” to the Visa Centre in London. Continue reading
Morning… about 5 am…
The noise of construction workers woke her up. But she was so sleepy and at first she could not get where was the noise coming from. It took her a few seconds to remember and the images of everything appeared in her mind as a slide show: motorway widening… their old house… demolition… construction of new house… moving…Yeah… What a birthday morning… Continue reading