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UCA Featured in AKFC 'One Million Lives' Photo Exhibition
Afghanistan Government Delegation Visits UCA Khorog Campus
Kyrgyzstan Ranks Third Most Vulnerable to Climate Change Impacts in Central Asia
Recent climate resilience research has shown that Kyrgyzstan is the third most vulnerable to climate change impacts in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, primarily due to the sensitivity of its agricultural systems to climatic change. Impacts such as climate temperature change could cause altered precipitation patterns and more frequent heat extremes, leading to increased incidence of aridity and drought, particularly in the mountain pastures. Since Kyrgyzstan’s land area is 90% mountainous, it is increasingly important to build resilience to these climate changes and to enable communities to continue thriving.
UCA Students Honoured at Russian Culture Day Celebration
UCA Hosts First Model United Nations Conference in Naryn
Over 50 students participated at the University of Central Asia’s first Model United Nations Conference on April 1st at the UCA Naryn Campus in Kyrgyzstan. The conference provided a platform for students to learn about the complexities of international relations through a United Nations simulation.
Over 340 Attend UCA's Health Fair in Naryn
The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Naryn Campus Health Fair brought together over 340 people from the Naryn community to increase awareness about healthy lifestyles on March 31st 2018 in Kyrgyzstan.