Within the framework of the project “Improving the capacity of civil society institutions on combating corruption in the Kyrgyz Republic and creating a Coalition of organizations to promote anti-corruption initiatives”, a series of guest lectures is being held.
One of the trainings was conducted by Erkina Ubysheva, head of the Smart Zharan Association. She is the founder of the Civic Participation Public Foundation, an expert on the development of non-profit organizations. Erkina Ubysheva shared her skills in managing and leading non-profit organizations, outlining in detail the mechanisms for building strategic planning. The use of these mechanisms will increase the efficiency of the organization and raise its activities to a new level. A network consisting of representatives of strong civil society institutions will be able to counteract corruption in any form.
The project “Improving the capacity of civil society institutions on combating corruption in the Kyrgyz Republic and creating a Coalition of Organizations to Promote Anti-Corruption Initiatives” is being implemented by the Central Asian Research Institute on Corruption and Money Laundering with financial support from the Democratic Commission of the US Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in the training are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the US Department of State.