During the meeting, issues of developing cooperation with the Multi-Partner Human Security Trust Fund for the Aral Sea Region were discussed with emphasis on the Academy's participation in the implementation of humanitarian programs and projects implemented by the Fund.
The parties welcomed the establishment of the TMC Institute Academy's branch in Tashkent, which received a corresponding license from the State Inspectorate for Supervision of the Quality in Education under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan on June 10 this year.
An agreement was reached on the adoption of joint measures aimed at expanding access to education for the population of the Aral Sea region, increasing the use of alternative energy sources in environmental protection, increasing the water use efficiency, increasing the sustainability of electricity and heat supply systems in rural areas and practical cooperation in other socially significant areas.
Following the meeting, a Memorandum of Cooperation within the framework of the Multi-Partner Human Security Trust Fund for the Aral Sea Region under the UN auspices was signed, which determines the format of further interaction within the discussed areas of cooperation. According to the document, the TMC Institute branch in Tashkent will provide financial assistance to the Trust Fund for attaining the goals and objectives assigned to it.
For reference: TMC Academy, headquartered in Singapore, was founded in 1981. Higher educational institutions – branches of the Academy were opened in China in 1998, Vietnam in 2003 and Myanmar in 2015. The institution offers various training programs for students from simple English courses to bachelor's degrees in business management, media, psychology, hospitality and IT technologies. TMC Academy Programs approved by Cambridge International Examinations. Students from more than 50 countries study at the Academy.