Assistance in improvement of social and economical state of the vulnerable layers of population, activation of their civil position, development of abilities and opportunities by the instrumentality of introduction of social innovations on the grounds of democratic valuables and social partnership
Main milestone in development of the center:
“Sabr” had been founded and established as the first center of trust for women and children who fall in crisis situation in November 1996. In March, 2005 it had been reregistered as a Socio-economical development center “SABR” in connection with broadening of activity sphere. In August 2016 the organization was reregistered as a “SABR” National Center for Socio-Economic Development.
INTILISH Republican Information and Educational Center is a non-governmental non-profit organization operating in all 14 administrative territories of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the field of public health and social protection.
The history of the organization begins in 2001 with the creation of an initiative group, which in 2003 was registered as a Tashkent city organization and in 2013 re-registered by the Ministry of Justice at the republican level with the opening of 14 regional branches.
The objectives of the organization are the implementation and management of activities that help to effectively achieve the charter goal of the Center, promote the development and strengthening of cooperation with state and non-state, local, foreign and international organizations interested in achieving the charter goal of the Center, as well as the development of the material and technical base, personnel and the administrative potential of the Center to increase the effectiveness of the implementation of the statutory goal of the Center.
Republican Social and Information center
Mission of the organization:
To support personality development of teenagers and youth through information, education and training in order to increase social integration and active citizenship of these target groups.
Target group of the organization:
Vulnerable women (divorced, widowed, migrant, unemployed, poor, with many children, victims of trafficking, sex-workers), unemployed men (potential victims of trafficking), youth aged 15-25 (youth, affected by drugs and HIV/AIDS)
A new non-governmental non-profit organization - Nationwide movement «Yuksalish», with its regional branches, was established by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev On the State Program for the Implementation of the National Action Strategy on Five Priority Development Areas 2017–2021 in the Year of Active Investments and Social Development. On January 25, 2019, it was registered with the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan as a non-governmental non-profit organization.
The main tasks of the Movement are the establishment of an open dialogue with people and business community, the formation of an effective system of public control, the mobilization of efforts and forces of state authorities and management, non-governmental non-profit organizations and other civil society institutions, as well as citizens, especially young people.
The Nationwide movement «Yuksalish» has the authority to actively participate in discussions on the implementation of the planned reforms, including those envisaged by the State Program, in the chambers of the Oliy Majlis (Parliament) of the Republic of Uzbekistan and local councils of people's deputies, as well as regularly submitting analytical information and proposals to the Parliament, the Presidential Administration and the Cabinet Ministers.
The central office of the Nationwide movement «Yuksalish» is located in Tashkent, its territorial branches are in all regions of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The center of social and legal support for women and children "Mekhrjon" works very closely with local government organizations. The center is one of the leading organizations in the Ferghana region. The organization has more than 15 partners. The activities of organization are aimed at improving the socio-economic situation of the target group, protecting the interests of the most vulnerable layers of society of women and children, enhancing their civic position, developing their abilities and opportunities to lead an independent life in a safe environment. Organization has been engaged in legal information and legal assistance to the population since 2009. As part of its activities, the organization provided more than 2,346 citizens with various types of services. Of these, 689 are legal assistance.
Since 2012, the organization actively participated in the implementation of the state-owned program in the Ferghana Valley.
NGO "Barqaror Hayot"
Barqaror Hayot is one of the few well-established, successful NGOs in Uzbekistan. The NGO assists victims of human trafficking and former prisoners with rehabilitation and re-integration into normal life, supports anti-human trafficking efforts and prepares labor migrants to adapt to working abroad. Barqaror Hayot’s director Oliya Ilmuradova is enthusiastic about the new law: “The new law will expand our opportunities to work with the population, the youth, and the vulnerable people. The simplified requirements will create a truly enabling environment both for the existing and newly initiated NGOs, which will impact overall development of civil society in Uzbekistan.”