The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL), UNESCO Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education (UNESCO Bangkok) and the UNESCO Almaty Office have jointly published the issue note Promoting technology-enabled education and skills development in rural and remote areas of Central Asia. It explores the realities and challenges of technology-enabled education in the four Central Asian countries of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

I wanted to learn how to read and write in order to be independent, to be able to depend on myself. For a living, I cook and sell meals. I now have a webpage with my menus and I can also keep account of the payments of my clients .’ (AMLL learner in Mexico)