Better Work Uzbekistan: Our Team

Better Work Uzbekistan

After conducting a feasibility study in 2022, the ILO and IFC Better Work programme is launching its operations in Uzbekistan.

This is part of a larger ONE ILO programme that focuses on the entire cotton and textile value chain. Uzbekistan is among the top ten cotton producers worldwide, and the textile and garment sector has been undergoing significant reforms over recent years.

This programme follows a request from the Uzbek tripartite constituents – government, employers and workers – who formally asked for the ILO’s consideration to implement the Better Work Programme to “further improve the working conditions of garment industry workers, enhance dialogue between employers and employees, implement international labour norms and standards, as well as increase the competitiveness of garment enterprises and promote economic growth.”


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Uzbekistan: Our Team

Dedicated professional local and international staff members are the driving force behind Better Work Uzbekistan. Our team members share a commitment to excellence and strive to deliver high quality results as they work to improve working conditions in the garment industry.

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Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Abu Yousuf

Programme Manager

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Aziz Khakberdiev

Enterprise Adviser

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Mirazim Mirsaidov

Enterprise Adviser

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Khayrulla Mashrabov

Enterprise Adviser

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Sayyora Iskandarova

Administrative and Finance Assistant

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