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The 6-th issue of the newsletter of the GEF SGP in Uzbekistan

The Global Environment Facility’s Small Grants Programme in Uzbekistan, is presenting the 6th edition of its newsletter. This issue focuses on various aspects of soil conservation and rehabilitation, the need to invest in natural capital and its sustainable use.  ...
Tags: GEF Small Grants Programme, GEF, UNDP, land, energy, biodiversity, zero tillage, conservation tillage, land rehabilitation, renewable energy, agricultural technology, agro innovations, farmers
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ELEMENTARY TECHNOLOGIES - BIG BENEFITS

This publication includes infographics on innovative technologies in sustainable agriculture, which impact both economic and environmental outcomes....
Tags: inforgrafikcs, GEF SGP, innovative technologies in agriculture, energy, land, soil, biodiversity, environmental innovations
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“SEVEN STEPS for independent use of laser equipment when planning the irrigated lands”. A practical guide for farmers.

This product is the result of the joint UNDP project "Climate Risk Management in Uzbekistan" and the GEF SGP in Uzbekistan. The manual is intended for farmers and other agricultural producers. The manual presents step by step guidance for self-use of laser equipment starting from a configuration test to a practical use when planning a land. The manual contains photos that show the equipment and accessories and every activity on preparation of the equipment for operation.  ...
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Troutbreeding in Uzbekistan. Practical recommendations for farmers.

Trout is a new area of fishery for our republic – a cold-water fish which can be bred in foothill and mountain areas. This publication introduces readers of Uzbekistan with a new promising activity - a cultivation of a rainbow trout. The manual presents the fundamentals of the trout breeding, a biology of the rainbow trout, its major hatcheries cycles (breeding, rearing of youngs and marketable fish, feeding, etc.). The manual is prepared specifically for the geographical and socio-economic conditions of Uzbekistan and is designed for farmers. The farmers, who decide to grow th...
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The 5-th issue of the newsletter of the GEF SGP in Uzbekistan

The articles of this issue draw attention of readers: to the existing problems with reduction of agricultural lands fertility and describe the best soil conservation technology No-till (zero tillage); to new land-use practices to protect soil, rational use of mineral fertilizers using the latest equipment and control means; to the problem of deforestation and proposes to introduce a  mechanism of the forest ecosystem recovery that are beneficial both for the state and for the local population and other issues....
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"Beekeeping for dummies". A manual

GEF Small Grants Programme in Uzbekistan within the framework of the project “Development of beekeeping in Parkent district as a way of demonstrating the economic importance of environmental services” has prepared a brochure "Beepeeping for dummies". This brochure is a practical manual for beekeepers-beginners. It is a guide for those, who thinks seriously to breed a couple of bee families in the garden or vacation house but does not know how to start it up. All necessary information is presented in this book in a simple and understandable form. ...
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Abiotechnology of indigofera tinctoria L. on the saline land of Aral sea basin

The possibility of cultivation of Indigofera tinctoria L. plants in ecologically degraded and saline lands of the Aral Sea Basin was studied. A new salt-resistant Indigofera plant variety “Feruz-1” was producing by the classic methods of genetics and modern biotechnology. Agro-technology of cultivation as main and secondary culture after wheat was developed and recommended to th...
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The 4-th issue of the newsletter of the GEF SGP in Uzbekistan

This issue is devoted, to a greater extent, to the issues of saving water and soil fertility in agriculture. One of the articles tells about the issue related to the lack of irrigation water for the majority of farmers in the country and an alternative method is proposed for equal distribution of irrigation water among farmers. In this issue you can also read our news about micro hydro power projects. We invite you to read the newsletter and kindly ask you to assist us in disseminating new knowledge of practices and methods for the benefit of nature and people....
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The 3-rd issue of the newsletter of the GEF SGP in Uzbekistan

This issue refers to the possibilities of obtaining additional income for farmer, ways to improve soil fertility and soil quality in terms of turnover of traditional cultures. The article also raises the issue of the messenger of the importance of protecting the fields from erosion by creating windbreaks and improved agroforestry landscape. Showing the importance and benefits of maintaining existing ecological community as an example use of the services of beekeeping for the recovery of the natural environment and increase crop yields....
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How to build micro hydro station - Instruction

This instruction gives a clear but simple description of how to build a micro hydro station. Such station can produce electricity from the energy of falling water. This instruction is prepared by the project in mountain village Chosh of Surkhandarya region. They have such station that energizes the work of the mill. And what can it do on your territory? As usual, we kindly ask you to help us in promotion of this information among people who could be interested in it – your friends, parents and acquitants who live in rural area. It is very important....
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The 2-nd issue of the newsletter of the GEF SGP in Uzbekistan

In this issue, we have tried to show, what economic benefits could bring technologies and practices for sustainable use of natural resources for people demonstrated our projects. GEF SGP in Uzbekistan tries to show approaches to the conservation of nature, not with a regular point of view - not in terms of value for conservation of nature, although that's what we ultimately want to achieve, and how new technologies can help people, that they will bring people what real benefits they will give to the people. Because benefits attract people and help to disseminate environmental...
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The first issue of the newsletter of the GEF SGP in Uzbekistan

In the first issue of our newsletter you can read about the following GEF SGP projects:   Aquaculture in the Tashkent region; Chosh in the mountain village; Biogas technology and project in Syr Darya and Urgench; Our project in Ecocenter Djeyran; Pistachio; The new technologies for the rational use of land in Khorezm and Karakalpakstan. ...
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Lets make alternative together

It is the name of a brochure-instruction, prepared by our project. In this brochure you will find a clear and detailed description of the scheme for making  a briquette press, a solar oven of 2 types, energy efficient oven for heating your home, micro hydro station, how to insulate windows and how to compost waste.  ...
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Biodiversity, land degradation and climate change

Collection of teaching and methodological manual for conducting classes Within the project on improving the knowledge of journalists teaching materials on three major themes of the GEF have been prepared: Biodiversity Climate Change Land degradation. In fact, any interested person, any teacher of higher education or school can take these materials, read them and hold classes. We tried to make these materials as accessible and simple as possible, so it would be both interesting and understandable fo...
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Ecological path: methodological manual for teachers

Our project for the development of ecological tourism in Nuratau mountains created a manual for teachers of schools, colleges and other educational institutions. Teachers or other people who are interested in improving education for the conservation of biological diversity may use this guide to create the real ecological paths around the school, around the settlement, in countryside or in the park - in other words, anywhere - and to conduct interesting classes for schoolchildren and students on these ecological paths....
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