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Central Asia Radio

IWPR's weekly radio programmes for Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan provide 15 minutes of analysis and comment on current political and social themes in each country.

The programmes go out in Russian and in Tajik or Kyrgyz, and to ensure that all listeners can hear them, they are being carried by established broadcast networks with maximum reach in each country – the National Radio and Television Corporation of Kyrgyzstan (NTRK), the Radio and Television Association of Kyrgyzstan, and also stations in Tajikistan.

Production Team: Bishkek editor: Sabyr Abdymomunov; Dushanbe editor: Shahodat Saibnazarova. Broadcasting Terms: Rebroadcasting of Central Asia Radio programmes is subject to written approval from IWPR.

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Dates active: 
2008 to 2014
IWPR Central Asia
22 Jan 10
In the first of a series of interviews with actors in the forthcoming Tajik election, IWPR spoke to Muhibullo Dodojonov, administrative chief at the Central Electoral Commission.
IWPR Central Asia
21 Jan 10
Concerns have been about a new policing bill that some fear will erode civil rights, Eleonora Mambetshakirova reports.
IWPR Central Asia
21 Jan 10
A group of young men in northern Kyrgyzstan has accused police of assault and torture.
IWPR Central Asia
15 Jan 10
Early sales of shares in Tajikistan’s giant but incomplete Roghun hydroelectric scheme have been a massive success, Shohida Saibnazarova reports.
IWPR Central Asia
14 Jan 10
As the Tajik government starts issuing shares in a strategic hydroelectric scheme, analysts say investors need to be sure they will get their money back.
IWPR Central Asia
9 Jan 10
Conflict in Tajikistan may have ended a dozen years ago, but residents continue to be killed and injured when they step on landmines, Khurshed Durakhsh reports.
IWPR Central Asia
9 Jan 10
Tajikistan’s culture ministry plans to regulate the flow of students going abroad to study at Islamic colleges.
IWPR Central Asia
27 Dec 09
In a special extended programme, Ulukbu Amirova reports on the debt crisis affecting many families in Kyrgyzstan.
IWPR Central Asia
18 Dec 09
Tajikistan’s delegation to the Copenhagen climate change conference has proposed setting up an international body to save the world’s glaciers.
IWPR Central Asia
18 Dec 09
The Islamic Rebirth Party, IRP, is continuing its campaign to reclaim one of its two seats in parliament, which it lost when the incumbent stepped down.

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