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The President visited a mahalla in Karshi

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The President visited a mahalla in Karshi

During his trip to Kashkadarya region, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev visited the Oydin mahalla of the city of Karshi, where he got acquainted with the living conditions of the population, the work being carried out to improve the territory and prepare for the autumn/winter season.

About 11 thousand people live here. There are two preschool organizations and a secondary school. This year, three more apartment buildings have been commissioned.
The mahalla has a well-developed service sector, sewing production and handicrafts. In particular, there are about twenty trading enterprises, public catering establishments, and other business entities. They employ local people, including youth.
This year, the mahalla provided permanent and seasonal jobs to over two hundred unemployed people. Almost the same number of citizens were trained through the “Ishga Markhamat” monocenters and other non-state education institutions. 191 of them are registered as self-employed persons.
Representatives of the mahalla told the President about the changes in people’s lives. Previously, the apartment buildings were serviced by four ineffective partnerships. There were many problems in the public utilities sector. The service has improved with the organization of the management service company “Oydin”.
Before the autumn/winter season, the necessary measures have been taken to prepare multi-storey buildings. Thus, the roofs of ten houses were repaired, and heating systems were insulated.
The territory of the mahalla is landscaped. As part of the “Yashil Makon” (Green Space) project, more than six thousand seedlings of fruit and ornamental trees were planted. The streets are paved, and lighting is installed. There are two kilometers of walking paths.
The leadership of Karshi and the mahalla “seven” presented information on the work being carried out.
As is known, all social events in Uzbekistan are organized in mahallas, with the active involvement of residents. This system is developing in stages. It is given more and more powers and opportunities. A tax official and social service worker are added to the system, consisting of the chairman of the mahalla, the assistant hokim, a women’s activist, a youth leader, and a prevention inspector, who will make up the mahalla “seven”. From next year, the mahalla budget system will be fully operational. Each mahalla will receive up to 100 million UZS. Also, the three existing platforms – “Online Mahalla”, “Women”, and “Youth Portal” will be mutually integrated and united.
The President noted the need to effectively use these broad powers and finances to solve pressing problems in mahallas. The importance of attracting people to entrepreneurship, vocational training, increasing women’s income, and organizing cultural events and competitions for youth was noted.
The Head of state visited a resident of the mahalla, Dilshod Nabiyev. The head of the family is engaged in business. Together with his spouse, Khurriyatkhon, they are raising two children. They spoke about the results of the attention paid in the country to the development of entrepreneurship and the created conditions for children.
The President also inspected the new mahalla center and service centers. A conversation took place with representatives of the older generation.