Supporting the Ministry of Health in developing and implementing a national strategy on Maternal and Child Health (MCH);
The project is aimed to create conditions ensuring that citizens with disabilities have a real access to specialised social services.
The project promotes women’s rights by means of eliminating domestic violence, which is achieved through the development and promotion of social technologies aimed at increasing public participation in the social level decision making process.
The main objective of the project is training of specialists providing legal assistance to human trafficking victims in Kazakhstan and the prevention of human trafficking through educational programs for youth.
Strengthening NGO capacities for sustainable civil society development in the rural areas of South Kazakhstan
The project targets institutional and professional development of rural NGOs in South Kazakhstan Oblast, through building their technical and management capacity, and providing long-term resources that they can utilize in future endeavors.
The project is aimed at building capacity for the development of Clean Coal Technologies (CCT) and identifying Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) potential in Kazakhstan. These new technologies can improve the efficiency of coal combustion.
There are currently 324 vocational schools and 542 colleges in Kazakhstan. Student enrolment in TVET colleges is still less than 20% of the whole TVET system total, but is slightly increasing over the years.
The project helps to fight human trafficking through information campaigns, training, law enforcement and legal, social and psychological services.
The projects aims to improve the situation of prevention, diagnostics and rehabilitation treatment of patients with HIV/AIDS and TB amongst women in prisons