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Empowering the next generation of female engineers in Uzbekistan

By Cecilia Calatrava

With Japanese and Taiwanese donor support, we’re helping increase the number of women in technical jobs

A programme on green skills for solar and wind technologies, developed by the EBRD and its client ACWA Power at the Shirin College of Energy, is opening the door to an exciting future for the youth in Uzbekistan.  

The free programme focuses on honing the technical expertise of local students in the energy sector. It also aims to boost female participation in the STEM field and to increase the number of technical jobs for women.

This initiative is supported by Japan and the TaiwanBusiness-EBRD Technical Cooperation Fund through the Action for Equality and Gender Fund. 



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