Business Acceleration Program for Women Entrepreneurs in Green Technologies


The program is free for women entrepreneurs and consisted of four components:


  • Online trainings on startups, business and reducing the impact of business on climate change + seminars from international Oracle experts (for 10 projects led by women leaders) – September 2021-January 2022.
  • Individual program of work with mentors. Six best teams were selected, each of which in November-January of the year worked with an individually assigned experienced mentor (mentor from the business sector).
  • At the end of the program, in January 2022, six participants and mentors were invited to a two-day meeting (seminars, consultations, networking)
  • We started publishing video interviews with six women entrepreneurs. The interviews will be promoted on the Internet so that more people in Uzbekistan learn about the stories of business development and its impact on climate change.


Video interview with participants of the mentoring program for women entrepreneurs in “green” technologies:


Tursunoy (Tina) Imamova is the publisher of Zoom magazine (about tourism, history and culture of Central Asia), talks about the formation of a “green” agenda in editorial policy and mentoring




Indira Abdullaeva is the founder of the IT KIDS training center, talks about green offices, cost savings and work to create green habits and green thinking among employees, students and parents of students.




Kamola Aliyeva is the founder and CEO of Urban Style, lingerie, sleepwear and homewear brand Look at Me™, talks about the green aspect of the textile business




Svetlana Sobirova is a farmer who plans to open a recreation area next to her farm. In an interview Svetlana talks about why nature and ecology are important for her family and business, about the difficulties in implementing her project and the need to protect the nature of her native land.



Fatima Saparova is an aspiring entrepreneur from Nukus who sews eco-bags. Fatima’s goal is to reduce plastic consumption and environmental pollution in Karakalpakstan.




Malika Jalilova is a founder of a startup working in the export of fruits and vegetables. She plans to become a professional in exporting strawberries grown by hydroponics method. Malika shares about her future plans and how export companies cam become more sustainable.



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