Planning process; and a workshop on lines of authority and relationship building. The Network
meeting was useful in helping the Dashoguz CSSC improve skills in the following areas:
Launching new projects; improving relationships with other Counterpart affiliated organizations;
understanding employee motivations; understanding Counterpart's strategic plans and the
structure of the Network; and outlining next steps.
The Dashoguz CSSC Manager participated in quarterly Community Outreach meeting during
which participants discussed plans for Community Outreach activities over the next 10 months.
Table of Services
Number of visitors
Number of visits
Number of NGOs receiving 122 48 17
Number of CBOs, initiative groups 33 18 4
Number of volunteers recruited for 9 20 0
Number of trainings
Number of consultations
Number of Computer/Internet/E 217 59 23
Number of times copy machine 196 152 45
Number of copies
Number of times Phone/Fax was 22 8 24
Number of PCAs conducted
Number of CAPs developed
International Center for Not for Profit Law (ICNL) during the reporting period conducted 13
Roundtables all over Uzbekistan (Namangan, Andijan, Fergana, Gulistan, Djizak, Samarkand, Karshi,
Termez, Nukus, Urgench, Bukhara, Navoyi and Tashkent) on social partnership, mechanisms of
cooperation, experience and perspectives. Counterpart and its CSSCs were responsible for the
Preparing of a preliminary lists of participants of each Roundtable;
Inviting the participants;
Participating in each Roundtable.
Publishing the results of the event on Counterpart's web site.
1. Tashkent Agency FACT (Partner)
The CSSC has started to provide NGOs and Initiative groups with consultations.
On June 6 18, the CSSC conducted a telephone survey to ask the residents of Tashkent city about
Civil Society. The results of the survey were presented on the Conference on Development of
Civil Society in Uzbekistan conducted on June 19, 2002.