The Tajik education system is in a state of crisis, but some NGOs, international organizations, and even the Tajik government itself, are trying to fix the problem. by Konstantin Parshin DUSHANBE, Tajikistan–The small mountainous country of Tajikistan inherited from the Soviet Union a countrywide network of educational institutions, qualified teachers and professors, and gender equality […]

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