As part of the Digital Transformation in Central Asia (DTCA) conference hackathon event in October 2019, undergraduate students at the University of Central Asia (UCA) developed an innovative tech project designed to connect women and provide resources for people subjected to abuse or domestic violence.
Afghanistan: Remote learning Afghan style
English teacher, Mirwais Alamyar, with the father of three children...
In two short weeks, AKES,A programme leaders had designed self-study packages for students that included reading resources, worksheets, assignments and study planners and at-home activities for pre-schoolers and their families.
Employing technology to safeguard life and property in Tajikistan
As part of AKAH’s research, a team member examines the potential for...
When the 2015 earthquake hit and another disaster – the flooding of the Usoi dam on Lake Sarez – threatened Basid, the Aga Khan Agency for Habitat, the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at MIT and US-based architectural practice KVA swung into action, collaborating on employing technology and innovation to design a pathway for possible relocation of the village.
Building human resources for natural resource management in Afghanistan and Tajikistan
As part of developing sustainable land management practices, the University...
As part of its aim to identify the major knowledge gaps in the region and build the human resources necessary to fill those gaps, the University of Central Asia’s Mountain Societies Research Institute has developed a modular Certificate in Natural Resource Management programme.