The International Chodiev Foundation provides humanitarian aid to vulnerable women in Uzbekistan

March 05, 2021

The International Chodiev Foundation provides humanitarian aid to vulnerable women in Uzbekistan

Today, on the occasion of International Women’s Day on 8 March, the International Chodiev Foundation (ICF), Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan and non-governmental non-commercial organisation ‘Madad’ has provided humanitarian aid to women in need across a number of regions of Uzbekistan. Struggling single mothers, mothers with multiple children, widows, and women in need who found themselves in difficult life situations are receiving packages with food, confectionary and care products. 

Ministry of Justice and ‘Madad’ have compiled a list of recipients of aid and deliver packages to the regions.

‘International Women’s Day is an occasion for us to express gratitude to all women for their attention, care, love, hard work, and contribution to the development of our society. Echoing the words of our President Shavkat Miromonovich Mirziyoyev – caring, respecting and honouring our women is one of the distinctive traditions of Uzbek culture. Ministry of Justice and the International Chodiev Foundation extend our wishes of health, happiness, prosperity and realisation of aspirations to all women of our country’ said Avazbek Madaminov, Head of the Administration of the Ministry of Justice of Uzbekistan. 

For the second year, ICF has been implementing an extensive charity programme to support the vulnerable citizens of Uzbekistan. It involved the provision of food and disinfectants to the elderly and low-income families throughout the country amidst the coronavirus pandemic. ICF also provided humanitarian aid, free COVID-19 testing and private medical support and medicines for labour migrants from Uzbekistan living and working in the Russian Federation. 

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