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Youth Mean Business Project focuses on economic development trough income generating activities. The project aims to engage youth groups who are residents of the Issyk-Kul southern shore area (from Balykchy to Typ).
The project is implemented with the financial support of the European Union in cooperation with the Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development (ACTED) and PF “Legal Clinic “Adilet”.
In the framework of the OSI-funded project CWDs phase III, EFCA raised awareness of caregivers, teachers, PMPC members, and CSOs on rights of CWDs to an inclusive education with information packs, trainings and consultations.
With Kumtor Gold Company support, EFCA started establishing six new YouthBanks in Issyk-Kul province to address lack of economic opportunities, and social marginalization of young people.
EFCA initiated in 2012 the WPB project to promote women’s role in local peacebuilding initiatives in Osh and Jalal-Abad cities, following the June 2010 inter-ethnic violence.
EFCA started in 2012 a program with dual objectives to improve cooperation and accountability between citizens and local government in public services delivery, and to increase transparency, and understanding in the extractive industry.
The “EBL: Access to Justice in Central Asia Program” is a joint project of EF and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland under the social sustainability priority of Finland’s Wider Europe Initiative.
EFCA started in July 2012 implementing an 18-month World Bank-funded project TAB-PAL to follow on previous work in the framework of IMTAK project.