In the course of his visit to Yangi Batosh makhalla of Karshi district, the President familiarized himself with the life of the population.
More than 4,000 people live here. The makhalla is being improved and entrepreneurship is developing. There is a textile factory, a pharmacy, a mini-bank, stores and consumer services centers.
A home-based work is being established in the makhalla. The President familiarized himself with the conditions being created there.
Along with the production of sewing, leather goods and carpets, the professional training is carried out to home-based women workers. On the basis of studies conducted by the assistant khokim and a female activist, masters are assigned to unemployed citizens, according to their interests and preferences. Those who have fully mastered the profession are provided with the necessary tools and raw materials so that they can carry out orders at home. The contracts between the customer and the home workers are entered into the Unified National Labor System.
The President instructed to provide the center's craftsmen with raw materials and, in densely populated makhallas, to set aside separate rooms in colleges for the at-home craftsmen.
“The makhalla is the largest basis for learning a craft. Using the tradition of craftsmen and apprentices, it is possible to train and employ many young people on the basis of home-based work. For them, especially women, this will be both a moral and material support”, said Shavkat Mirziyoyev.
In addition to Yangi Batosh makhalla, the Center also serves such neighboring makhallas as Batosh, Honiyon, Tarakkiyot, Dasht and Jumabozor. When it reaches its full capacity, it will help provide employment for about 24,000 people.