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“I want women to have their rights respected”
Case study

“I want women to have their rights respected”

Matluba Rajabalieva is chairperson of the Gharm Support Centre in Tajikistan which runs a number of projects to help vulnerable women, including providing free legal advice, psychological support, and support for women to set up their own business. Matluba talks to us about her work with women in her community, including her work with Saferworld to address people’s security concerns.

29 March 2019
Starting a conversation on domestic violence in Tajikistan
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Starting a conversation on domestic violence in Tajikistan

Violence against women is increasingly recognised by authorities and communities as a problem in Tajikistan. Despite efforts to address it, one in every two women is still vulnerable to abuse according to estimates. Saferworld works with communities to create space where women can safely meet, learn new skills and discuss their experiences.

25 January 2018
Building trust between police and young people in Tajikistan
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Building trust between police and young people in Tajikistan

Saferworld is bringing police and youth together to collaboratively find peaceful solutions to problems faced by young people. But what are the factors behind the draw of violent groups and what can the police do to address people’s concerns peacefully?

6 December 2017
Saferworld in Kyrgyzstan
Organisational communications

Saferworld in Kyrgyzstan

In 2010, political and inter-ethnic violence between ethnic Kyrgyz and Uzbeks in the south of Kyrgyzstan resulted in many deaths.

18 December 2015
Creating safer communities in cross-border areas
Case study

Creating safer communities in cross-border areas

An external evaluation of Saferworld's work in the cross-border area of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan has highlighted the benefits of our approach to community security. In Ferghana Valley, we have been working to increase cooperation between communities and authorities on both sides of the border.

13 August 2015