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Uzbekistan

Red Crescent Society of Uzbekistan

Emergency drought operation in Uzbekistan

Emergency drought operation in Uzbekistan

Grinding poverty and three years of drought have left thousands of families sick and destitute in parts of Uzbekistan.

Red Crescent aid leaves Tashkent bound for Kyrgyzstan

Humanity, impartiality and neutrality are often referred to as the three great principles of the International Movement of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.

Uzbekistan: the relief operation steps up a gear

Uzbekistan: the relief operation steps up a gear

The first joint assessment teams from the Uzbekistan Red Crescent, IFRC and ICRC are on the ground and working near Uzbekistan’s western border with Kyrgyzstan.

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Contact details

Address:

30, Yusuf Hos Hojib St.
700031 Tashkent

Contact Information:

Tel: (998) (71) 150 8111
Fax: (998) (71) 256 1801
Email: secretariat@redcrescent.uz
Web: http://redcrescent.uz

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • Chairman: Dr Khamid Yakubovich KARIMOV
  • Executive Director: Ms Elvira A. AMIRALIEVA
  • Head of Finance: Mrs Nadejda M. YUSUPOVA
  • Head of Strategic Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting: Mr Takhir S. SABITOV
  • Head of International Department: Mr Polat J. ABDULLAKHANOV
  • Head of the Disaster Preparedness Department: Mr Sergey S. SHORIN
  • Head of Medical Assistance and Blood Services : Mr Umarov SANGAR
  • Head of Communications: Mrs Zamira MUKADIROVA
  • Human Recourses officer: Ms Ozoda JAHONOVA

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