An iTalk titled When Hard Work Matters was held in Ismaili Centre in Dushanbe on October 7. The event was held in conjunction with Peshraft and supported by the 55 Group.

The iTalk provided a platform for seven speakers to share their experience about various social topics. The following people acted as speakers: Nigor Abduakhadova, Pulat Shozimov, Daler Gufronov, Sherali Dzhurabayev, Firuz Saidkhodzhayev, Sokhib Yakubov and Firuza Nasirova.

January 23, 2019

The first iTalk to be held in Khujand took place on 8 July 2018. Entitled Ақлҳоро ақлҳо ёрӣ диҳанд (which translate as ‘two heads are better than one’), the event discussed how to consider one’s career path and options based on the personal experience of six speakers.

October 16, 2018

8 июля в городе Худжанд состоялся iTalk под лозунгом "Ақлҳоро ақлҳо ёрӣ диҳанд", что в переводе на русский язык означает "Одна голова хорошо, а две - лучше!"

На мероприятии выступили опытные спикеры, которые поделились своими историями работы и опытом: Махинахон Сулаймонова, Абдулло Курбонов, Чахонгир Забиров, Рустам Рахматулло, Абдурахмон Рашидов и Зухуршо Рахматуллоев. 

October 15, 2018

Данный медиа-материал создали выпускники и выпускницы наших семинаров по медиа и дебатам в г. Душанбе.


Мы провели интервью с людьми, которые преуспели в этой жизни. Их всех объединяет то, что они начинали свой путь с волонтерской деятельностью.

Акбар Мухторов, 35 лет. 

Акбар - региональный менеджер Европейской фармацевтической организации “SPEY MEDICAL”: 

March 30, 2018

This media product was created by our participants of workshops on media and debate in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. 


Vakhdat is a refugee city

Vakhdat is a city located 10 km away on the outskirts of Dushanbe. This city hosts Afghan refugees since the war began in Afghanistan back in 1979. In Tajikistan, there are over 60 thousand families, who are accepted and hosted. Each family has its unique story.

March 30, 2018

Open Discussions were conducted in Dushanbe at the Russian Tajik Slavonic University (RTSA), which attended 22 people. A range of experts participated, including Munira Inoyatova (former Minister of Education of the Republic of Tajikistan, an employee of the public organization Sustainable Human Development), Aziza Salikhova (RTSA Law Faculty Master and participant in the Open World program on the topic of domestic violence (Washington, 2015), and Bakhrom Hamrokulov (lawyer).

July 25, 2017