Media for improved reporting on environmental and natural resources in Central Asia is a project funded by the European Union and implemented by Internews in five countries - Kyrgyzstan, KRead more
Internews will be focusing on reporting on the environment and natural resources in Central Asia under a new project financially supported by the European Union.
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Local independent TV stations in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan are providing citizens with a platform to showcase their successes and call attention to problems they encounter in their communities.
In the spring of 2012, melting snow and heavy rains caused mudflows and flash floods across Kyrgyzstan.
From potholes to child labor, community issues in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan are being addressed and resolved by citizens using online forums that have been launched by local media outlets with the assistance of Internews.
The second annual Central Asia-wide Social Innovation Camp took place from May 31-June 2 in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Fifty young web designers, programmers, bloggers and activists were selected to take part of the event out of 138 applicants from Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
M@trix is a youth-oriented TV program focusing on the latest developments in Internet and technology, reported by young journalists and reaching an audience of 13-25-year-olds across Central Asia.
Karaganda, Kazakhstan. At the beginning of 2011, pensioner Viacheslav Gavrin was living in the changing room of a dilapidated bathing shack along with seven other family members, including five children,in a village outside Karaganda, Kazakhstan.
Karaganda, Kazakhstan. Lawyer Ruslan Lazuta had had enough of being stopped on the road by police alleging that he violated traffic laws when he knew he had not.