A written statement issued by YTB provided information on the plans and programs of the presidency in Uzbekistan.
– Health programs in Uzbekistan
YTB launched the “Turkish World Emergency Medicine Education” project on April 8-12, 2019 with the Medical Students Association on March 14.
Within the scope of the project, Uzbek doctors, medical school students, nurses, health officials and other health workers were trained in emergency services, emergency room interaction with critical patients and disaster management.
In September 2020, Uzbek doctors were briefed on their experience in Turkey’s fight against Kovid-19 during the “Online Training for Dealing with Kovid-19 in the Turkish World” project conducted by YTB in collaboration with the Uzbekistan Strategy Development Center.
More than a thousand participants from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan underwent an online laparoscopic surgery training course organized by the organization in December 2020 in collaboration with TIKA, Islamic Development Bank, Health Sciences University and 14 March Medical Students. Association. On February 14, 2021, the “1st Turkish World Medical Students Workshop” was held with the University of Health Sciences and March 14 with the Medical Students Association.
Literary and educational activities
YTB, Ankara Hacı Bayram Veli University, in collaboration with the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Ankara and the International Organization of Turkish Culture (TÜRKSOY) on 14 March 2019, published the life and work of Abdullah Kadiri (1894-1938), the founder of the modern Uzbek novel in Turkey. Organized a panel of “Uzbek Novels on the 125th Anniversary of Abdullah Kadiri and his Birthday” to promote his acquaintance in Turkey and to make a positive contribution to the cultural relations between Turkey and Turkey. Uzbekistan.
YTB supported the program entitled “My Place in Two Sister States (Turkey and Uzbekistan) and Their Future Relations” in Konya on 15-16 March 2019 to share knowledge and experience with more than 40 Uzbek undergraduate students studying in Turkey. Provided.
Also, during the Turkish-Uzbek translation training program organized by YTB on March 8-12, 2021, 20 participants from Uzbekistan were trained by the sworn translators on topics such as continuous, simultaneous, diplomatic text translation and story translation.
YTB has also sent a set of 200 books on Turkish history and culture to the Institute of Oriental Studies, Uzbekistan National Library, Silk Road International Tourism University and Samarkand School of Foreign Languages.
Within the scope of the Eurasia Youth School project, which was organized by YTB in 2021 and lasted for 3 months, 35 successful young people, mostly Uzbek students, were allowed to visit the historical and cultural sites of Istanbul, Ankara and Bursa. Public institutions in Turkey.
With the support of YTB, the Turkish World Education Science Congress was held on 24-26 November 2021, organized by Gazi University. 37 Turkish academics from around the world attended the congress.
The Uzbek Youth Forum was held on December 18, 2021 at the Yıldız Technical University Congress Center with the support of YTB in collaboration with the Uzbekistan Youth Affairs Agency and the Uzbek Consulate General in Istanbul. The forum was attended by 300 young people, quiz competitions and panels were organized and successful young people were rewarded.
The Turkish World Young Academic Congress was organized by the Young Academics Union on 24-26 December 2021 at the Presidential National Library Congress Center with the support of YTB. Six Uzbek academics took part in the program.
Activities within the scope of Turkish scholarship
According to the Council of Higher Education, the total number of Uzbek students studying in Turkey in 2020-2021 was 1547. This year, 1,653 candidates from Uzbekistan have applied for scholarships in Turkey. The number of Uzbek students graduating from Turkish higher education institutions has reached close to 2,000.
YTB held a Turkish alumni meeting on November 10, 2019 in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, with the participation of 70 Turkish graduates from different cities.
YTB President Abdullah Eren addressed the graduates living in Uzbekistan during the program, noting that efforts would be made to establish a Turkish Alumni Association in the country in the future.