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On 24-26 November 2022, Uluchay organized Business Development training sessions for small- and medium-sized entrepreneursRead more
As a result of the internal call for proposals among participants of capacity-building sessions forRead more
"Uluchay" Social-Economic Innovation Center organized a 5-day training program on monitoring, research, and advocacy forRead more
On 07 July 2022, the European Union-funded project “Promoting local food production and agri-business ownersRead more
Our Priority Areas
We're here to support people living in regions of Azerbaijan
Uluchay is working on several priority areas to create better socio-economic conditions for people living in regions of the country.
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Life-changing stories from the field
Meet Elnur Ismayilbeyli
Elnur is one of the persons who benefited from the European Union-funded "Urgent start-up support action for vulnerable communities in Sheki" project. He established a ceramic business with the project's help and now sells products in Sheki, Baku, and online.
Meet Ruhin Azizov
Ruhin is one of the persons who benefited from the European Union-funded "Urgent start-up support action for vulnerable communities in Sheki" project. With the project's support, he established his phone-repair workshop in Sheki and had an income source.
Elchin is one of the beneficiaries of the "Business support to ex-prisoners" project jointly funded by the European Union and Council of Europe. Elchin participated in a business development training program. He has rented a fishing farm, but the fries he purchased could not survive due to severe winter. The project, which donated thousands of baby fish and 3 tons of wheat and barley for feeding, helped him to restore and develop his business.
47-year-old Shmagi of Georgian origin is a resident of Alibeyli village of Gakh region. The former athlete, who lives with his family and mother, eagerly participated in all project training programs. The project provided him with two cows and donated six months' worth of fodder for the winter. He is a beneficiary of the "Business support to ex-prisoners" project funded jointly by the European Union and Council of Europe.