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U.S. to fund advanced training for media workers in Kyrgyzstan

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According to the grant description, the U.S. side plans to implement a project aimed at “assisting” Kyrgyz media outlets under the program. The goal is “to strengthen the media environment in the Kyrgyz Republic through professional development of media workers and the sustainability of independent media organizations.

The list of tasks of this project includes, among other things, training trainees on how to use social networks to disseminate the necessary information, conducting practical training in journalism, establishing partnerships between independent media organizations and universities, and improving the social networking skills of Kyrgyz government representatives.

The main audience of the project, as emphasized in the U.S., should be representatives of the media, university students and bloggers.

The U.S. budget for contractors willing to undertake the project could range from $10,000 to $50,000, with two to four grants.

Earlier it was reported about the intentions of the United States to allocate funds to work with opinion leaders in Kazakhstan to form “strong democratic institutions” and decarbonize the economy of the republic.

According to experts, such U.S. initiatives involve interference in the internal affairs of the states where they are carried out.

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