Active work is underway to stimulate the socio-economic development of Bukhara region
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- Since 15 January 2021, a working group led by Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan Sardor Umurzakov and consisting of heads of ministries, departments, industry associations, commercial banks and local authorities, with visits to the field conducts work to study the current state and develop measures to stimulate the accelerated socio-economic development of the Bukhara region.
Members of the working group, visiting industrial facilities, enterprises and ongoing investment projects in districts, cities and makhallas, through in-depth analysis and direct communication with entrepreneurs, develop proposals for building the industrial potential of the region and using all available opportunities to reduce poverty and provide employment.
An effective tool in this activity is a fundamentally new method "Chairman of the makhalla - reformer", which provides a mechanism for identifying existing problems on a bottom-up basis through active interaction with the chairmen of makhallas of districts and cities who are most aware of the current state of infrastructure, social facilities and the needs of the population , and increasing their involvement in the work to stimulate economic activity in supervised areas.
In this context, special attention is paid to identifying and using new "points of economic growth" at the level of makhallas, meaning the development of promising investment projects with reference to the industrial specialization of each individual makhalla.
Responsible leaders assigned to districts and cities of the region in the link "ministry or department - industry association - commercial bank" are tasked with developing specific measures to develop agriculture, industry and services, create new jobs, reduce poverty and improve conditions life of the population.
As a result, programs of socio-economic development of all 544 makhallas of the region will be developed, including targeted measures to increase production and export, improve communal and social infrastructure and provide employment.
The working group will continue to work in Bukhara region over the next week. Monitoring and coordination of the activities of the heads assigned to the districts and cities will be carried out by the Republican Headquarters, consisting of the heads of a number of ministries, departments and industry associations, as well as by the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan.