International Chodiev Foundation (ICF) will provide assistance to vulnerable segments of the population of Uzbekistan within the framework of state measures to combat the spread of coronavirus.

International Chodiev Foundation (ICF) will provide assistance to vulnerable segments of the population of Uzbekistan within the framework of state measures to combat the spread of coronavirus.

The Foundation is joining the government's fight against the spread of coronavirus by launching an extensive charity program to support vulnerable segments of Uzbekistan population.

The first stage of support, implemented jointly with the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan, includes providing food and disinfectants to elderly and low-income families throughout the country.

ICF Representative Office in Uzbekistan joins calls of the government of the country and WTO to carefully implement recommendations on compliance with the necessary rules of conduct in the context of a pandemic. Recommendations in Uzbek will be included in humanitarian aid kits.

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ICF to assist Uzbekistan in the fight against coronavirus

International Chodiev Foundation (ICF) will provide assistance to vulnerable segments of the population of Uzbekistan within the framework of state measures to combat the spread of coronavirus.

International Chodiev Foundation (ICF) will provide assistance to vulnerable segments of the population of Uzbekistan within the framework of state measures to combat the spread of coronavirus.

The Foundation is joining the government's fight against the spread of coronavirus by launching an extensive charity program to support vulnerable segments of Uzbekistan population.

The first stage of support, implemented jointly with the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan, includes providing food and disinfectants to elderly and low-income families throughout the country.

ICF Representative Office in Uzbekistan joins calls of the government of the country and WTO to carefully implement recommendations on compliance with the necessary rules of conduct in the context of a pandemic. Recommendations in Uzbek will be included in humanitarian aid kits.