The money will be allocated for agriculture, handicrafts, small businesses and vocational training.
The Cabinet approved the amount of subsidies allocated to citizens for the development of their own business. This is reported by the Ministry of Justice.
The money will be allocated through the Fund for Involving the People in Entrepreneurship, operating under the Agency for Entrepreneurship Development. The types of subsidies and their amounts are listed below.
Citizens engaged in agriculture can count on the following payments:
- for the construction of greenhouses made of lightweight structures – up to 30 BFS ( 8.1 million soums );
- for the purchase of equipment for irrigation – up to 10 BDS ( 2.7 million soums );
- for the purchase of seedlings and seeds – up to 3 BDS ( 810,000 soums );
- unemployed citizens, migrants and people from low-income families who returned from abroad, to join agricultural cooperatives – up to 10 BRF ( 2.7 million soums );
- to reimburse the costs of training in fish farming, from April 1, 2022 to January 1, 2025 – up to 2 DBF ( 540,000 soums );
Members of the Pasture Development Association will also be able to reimburse the costs of handicraft tools if they create at least one job. The amount is up to 10 BRV ( 2.7 million soums ).
- Persons included in the “notebooks” who wish to work as self-employed will be given up to 7 million soums for the purchase of the necessary tools and equipment (women – up to 10 million soums );
- Unemployed people who want to start a business will receive a one-time payment to offset the costs of registering an individual entrepreneur or small business.
- Beginning entrepreneurs can receive up to 10 BRF ( 2.7 million soums ) to pay for the rent of a building and premises rented less than 3 months ago.
- When registering with the Hunarmand Association, artisans will be reimbursed the membership fee.
- Masters teaching the craft to students will receive at least 2 BRD ( 540,000 soums ) per month for their training, salary and purchase of raw materials, for 6 months.
- Pupils starting independent activities will receive compensation of 50% of the cost of equipment (the maximum amount is 25 BRD or 6.75 million soums ).
- The same compensation is due to craftsmen for creating their websites and selling products via the Internet.
Vocational training centers operating in challenging environments may also receive subsidies. Within 3 months, for each student of one teacher, an amount of up to 4 BRD ( 1.08 million soums ) will be paid.
The standard applies to the following areas of professional training:
- installation and repair of household appliances;
- repair and setup of computers;
- professional photo and video shooting;
- assembly and repair of furniture;
- hairdressing, manicure, pedicure;
- creation and processing of multimedia, design projects;
- development and maintenance of software, information systems, mobile applications, websites.
To receive a subsidy, you need to contact the hokim’s assistant in the mahalla where they permanently reside, or on the Online Mahalla platform. The money will be allocated after studying the information provided by the applicant.