Volunteer statistics (ILO)*
Source: ILOSTATS. The data is collected by ILO from national statistical offices. As national statistics on volunteer work are produced using a variety of approaches and tools, direct and cross-country comparisons are not recommended. For more information, visit https://ilostat.ilo.org/topics/volunteer-work/
Laws, Policies, Schemes on Volunteering
Does the country have a piece of legislation on volunteering?
National Law No. ЗРУ-385 of 2 December 2019 "On Volunteer Activity"
Does the country have a national policy, scheme, plan or strategy specific to volunteering?
Does the country have a sectoral and cross-sectoral policy, scheme, plan or strategy that mentions volunteering?No
Voluntary National ReviewView source
Reporting positive contribution of volunteering to the SDGs
Paragraph 1, page 188
So far people-centered response by the Government have received a positive feedback from the population. The Government was publishing regular data on the COVID-19 outbreak and conducting a commendable state public awareness campaign about risks, supporting a strong policy response. It included providing hourly updates, debunking rumors and false information through official social media channels. Interaction with citizens through official communication channels and community institutions played a critical role in the response process. There were joint efforts of citizens and government to reduce transmission of infection and enhance recovery. Volunteer groups of citizens joined the law-enforcement agencies to provide logistics support and care for vulnerable households. The government secured supporting religious and community leaders to help ensure policy physical distance, as well as to support the detection process and detection of diseases.No mention
United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework 2021-2025 for UzbekistanView source
Volunteering integrated into the narrative text of the UNSDCF
Paragraph 1, page 28
Support national institutions to strengthen capacities to develop and implement effective active labour market policies as well as introducing innovative and inclusive solutions that promote decent work and skills development programmes for youth, women, and vulnerable groups, and people with disabilities; support initiatives aiming at capacity building of public employment services (e.g. employment support service centres), labour inspections and other relevant bodies, to deliver services to the population; support national priorities on youth employment and job creation, with a focus on youth not in education nor in training (NEET) to build competencies that meet labour market demand, including their participation in society through volunteerism; provide policy advice and expertise to galvanize international support for development and implementation of the national Poverty Reduction Strategy that addresses inequalities to leave no one behind and adhere to gender empowerment and a human rights-based approach; a national comprehensive employment policy framework will be developed, to address macroeconomic, labour market and employment challenges, including transition to formality and gender inequality.
Paragraph 2, page 29
The UN will leverage its partnership with national stakeholders (i.e., government agencies, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Federation of Trade Unions, private businesses, the parliament) and international development partners (such as IFC, EBRD, ADB, IsDB) to promote innovative and sustainable solutions for improving the business environment and developing labour markets, inter alia, through fostering business start-ups, promoting tourism and cultural products and encouraging volunteerism.No mention