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Languages Training to Increase Employment among youth of Tajikistan

Nasridini Asliddin 111100048

Syakirah Anati bint Abd Razak 102120334

Muzaffar Khusanov 111100041


Ismoili Somoni



Ministry of Higher Education Tajikistan

Department of Certification of Educational Institutions

Ubaidi Zokoni 20, 3rd floor

Dushanbe, Tajikistan- 00992

Dear Sir

Sub: project titled – Languages Training to Increase Employment among youth of Tajikistan. Mercy Knowledge is an organization for sustaining youth life in Tajikistan.

Greeting from Mercy Knowledge,

Mercy Knowledge organization has registered as non-profit organization working for youth rights around Tajikistan and it is a new organization. We are in the progress of teaching five common languages around the world for Tajikistan’s youth. This is to empower them to find jobs in easy way once they are able to narrow their languages barrier.

The attachment of project proposal entitled as above would add to the effort of making the lives of unfortunate and unskilled youth more developed and successful in future.

The authorization from your department is very valuable, so that our organization can help the youth of Tajikistan to learn languages and improve their lifestyle especially in finding jobs.

Thank You

Yours sincerely,


(Dr. Nasridini Asliddin)

Executive Director

Mercy Knowledge organization

Encl: Project Proposal with due Attachment

Languages training to increase employment in Tajikistan

  1. 1.      The Executive Summary

Problem: Currently most of the youth do not have jobs in Tajikistan. Most of them are unskilled. The statistic has shown that 39% of youth are unemployed. They are migrating to Russia to find jobs. The difficulty occurs when they are having languages problem while interviewing for jobs.

Solution: We can propose an organization to teach five languages which are most commonly used all over the world.

Funding requirements: The project which will be organized by an organization in teaching five languages required approximately $2,507 300 million.

Organization and its Expertise: The name of organization is Mercy Knowledge. It was established on 5th May 2013. The purpose of creating this organization is to enhance knowledge of 1000 youth in Tajikistan. Through this approach youth are able to be employed. They are going to teach five common languages around the world which will help the youth to find jobs. The languages are English, Russian, French, Arabic and Chinese. This led them to find job as translator, instructor,                      tourist guide, entrepreneur and writer.        

  1. 2.      Problem Statement

  2. 3.      Abstract

  3. 39% of youth are unemployed in Tajikistan

  4. Difficulties to find jobs because of communication problems

  5. More than one million of Tajiks are immigrant to Russia for finding job

  6. Most of them are facing problem in term of knowledge

  7. Most of them are unskilled people

  8. Poverty leads them to be illiterate

Currently most of the youth do not have jobs in Tajikistan. The problem is that they are illiterate and it is all due to poverty. Therefore, Mercy Knowledge organization has been created to empower and enrich the knowledge of society. In addition, the project which will be launch this coming September is teaching five common languages to 1000 youth in Tajikistan and it will be conduct in four different states. The purpose of this project is to help youth who are lack of languages skills to learn and improve their usage of languages. Moreover, this will encourage them to find jobs which suitable with their skills and meet the needs of society as well as sustainable their livelihood. This project established based on the idea of Mr. Weber (1995), whereby he had an idea to teach 10 common languages in a book, so our organization original input is to determine five most common languages around the world. Later, we propose an easy lesson through workshop and classes for unfortunate and unskilled youth.

  1. 4.      Objectives:

  2. To educate 1 000 youth which are unskilled in Tajikistan

  3. To make languages easy, fun and attractive learning.

  4. To empower those who have less advantage in education

  5. 5.      Goal: To sustain and improve livelihood of youth in Tajikistan

  6. 6.      Strategies and activities:

  7. How: The project will start with teach five common languages around the world to 1000 youth of Tajikistan. These languages will be as their asset to find jobs after completed the six months workshop as well as in future.

  8. When: The project will begin from September 2013 until March 2014.

Action plan


  1. Get information about this kind project.6 May 2013- 6 June 2013

  2. Get information about how to create simple book.

  3. Get information how to attract people.

  4. Get information of simple designing of poster.

  5. Get information on availability of places

  6. Write a proposal to Tajikistan’s authority10 June 2013

  7. Planning for budgets15 June – 20 June 2013

  8. Find the experts languages lecturers25 June – 20 July 2013

  9. Create promotion and instruction poster.20 June 2013

  10. Create slide-cast to inform the benefit of learning five languages.25 June 2013

  11. Display all the product of project in a public form1 July 2013-25 August 2013

  12. Program registration29 August – 31 August 2013

  13. Program started1 September 2013

Time frame

There will be two session in one day for languages to learn and it will be optional for them to select any languages they want. There will be night session and morning session. Morning session is for those who are totally unemployed night session is for those who are employed.

  1. Planning time frame

                   4 Months





M4Getting information about project, creating simple book, attract people, designing poster,availability of placesProposal to Tajikistan’s authorityBudget planningCreating Slide-cast and promotion posterDisplay project’s productProgram registration

   B. Classes’ time frame Month 1      toMonth 6     Languages Batches Arabic  French English Chinese  Russia September

Batch 1

Batch 2 October

Batch 3

Batch 4

Languages tests 1 November

Batch 5

Batch 6 December

Batch 7

Batch 8

Languages tests 2 January

Batch 9

Batch 10 February

Batch 11

Batch 12

Final Languages tests

Batch 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11    : 8:00 am- 9:30 am

                                            10:30 am-12:00 noon 

Batch 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12  : 5:00 pm- 6:30 pm

                                       8:30 pm- 10:00 pm

  1. 7.      Budget


Number item


  1. Places in 4 states$100 000 × 4 (states)$ 400 000

  2. Stationary $5 × 1300 units$ 6 500

  3. Staff & Lecturers 300$ × 100 lecturers(6 months)$ 180 000

  4. Computers $700 × 1 300 units $ 910 000

  5. Smart boards     $5000 × 25 units$ 125 000

  6. White boards     $300 × 25 units$ 7 500

  7. Desk & chairs    $250 × 1 300 units$ 325 000

  8. Bags $30 × 1 300 units             (staff and students)$ 39 000

  9. Electricity  $ 265 000

  10. Slide-cast $1000 × 5 languages $ 5 000

  11. Instruction poster $1000 × 5 languages$ 5 000

  12. Exhibition $20 000 × 4 states $ 80 000

  13. Program registration $30 000 × 4 states$ 120 000

  14. Books $30 × 7 250 items$ 217 500TOTAL $ 2,507 300

Organisational Information:

  1. a.               Vision

Mercy Knowledge will nurture holistic leaders with communication and effective skills, as well as creativity, cultural diversity and leadership by establishing an educational institution of global stature and to educate youth who can apply their academic knowledge for society.

  1. b.               Mission

The mission of the Mercy Knowledge program is to provide immediate, effective languages skills and support towards youth who are seek for additional knowledge and opportunities by giving reliable, accurate and innovative lessons. Through learning languages will generate their real life objectives and give high impact objectives for the social development by using high quality education.

  1. c.                Aim

Our aim is to promote most effectively available learning facilities and advanced

  1. d.               Year of Commencement

Mercy Knowledge organization was established on 5th May 2013. It is a very new non-profit organization which is our first project is Language Training to Increase Employment among Youth of Tajikistan.

Organisation’s Structure

Board members/ level of participation

Prof. Muzaffar Khusanov, President

An economist and financial researcher from London Business School, he had done PhD at London Business School, the author of several Economic and Finance books. He is responsible:

ü  Chair for both Board and Annual Business Meetings. ·

ü  Oversee the planning and implementation of two educational programs. ·

ü  Determine the needs for committees, and appoint committee members as needed.

ü  Ensure that the Organizations purposes and the activities are accomplished. ·

ü  Submit annual report to Ministry of Education in Tajikistan.

ü  Report statistics to Government of Tajikistan

Dr Syakirah Anati binti Abdul Razak,

Treasurer A social science researcher and linguist from University Sains Malaysia, she had completed PhD at University of Toronto, Canada. She did some researches and published articles about how to educate individuals effectively. Her responsibilities are to:

ü  Maintain balance for checking account.

ü  Prepare “Financial Activity Report” for Board meetings, and for Annual Business Meeting.

ü  Settle bank statements.

ü  Prepare budgets as requested.

ü  Prepare balance sheets for programs.

ü  Maintain all financial records for appropriate retention periods

ü  Forward all documentation and records to new treasurer.

ü  Receive and acknowledge all membership dues and all program registrations

ü  Perform other duties as necessary.

Prof. Nasridini Asliddin,

Executive Director He is linguist in French and Russian languages and psychologist from National University of Tajikistan; he completed Master degree at Moscow State University and accomplished his PhD at University of Paris, the author of several books. He is responsible to:

ü  Write items for the newsletter.

ü  Assist with the general work of the Board.

ü  Contribute to the planning and implementation of the Organizations in any educational programs in a given year.

ü  Attend as many board meetings and programs as possible. ·

ü  Perform other duties as necessary.

ü  Organize and control all the committee members and manage their response accurately.

ü  Director and generate academic board committee.

Details of Staff/ volunteers

We have some very important staffs who are responsible to develop this training organization and able to serve excellent academic performance and skills to students.

Prof. Salimov Manuchehr

A human scientist in global social science institutions, he is responsible and leader of Qualification Control Unit. He has graduated PhD in University of Chicago, US. He had done several papers and research and established books on  impact of social development.

Prof. Aleksandr Astroviski

Academic advisor and Dean of Russian Language Faculty, from People’s Friendship of Russia,

He completed PhD Yale University, US.

Zhang Zhi Guang

Supervisor and Dean of Chinese faculty, from Chinese University of Hong Kong, he graduated PhD at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Doctor Shuhrat Yuldoshev Lab Officer and engineer of technology, from Tashkent Information Technology University, he fulfilled PhD at University of Michigan, US

Doctor Wong Qing Ling Program specialist and examination committee member, linguist coordinator from Peking University, she did PhD at Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Doctor Ismael Al Tahan Dean of Arabic Faculty, Training leader and academic board member, linguist in international communication, from King Saud University, he did PhD at King Saud University.

Doctor John Walter Dean of English faculty, from University of London, he completed  PhD at University of Edinburgh.

Doctor Pierre Bardou

Dean of French faculty, lecturer from University of Paris, he accomplished  PhD at same university.

Ms. Jaquet Vallet Supervisor and Training leader, from University of Paris SUD

Organization’s programs

We have languages instructors and students who learn foreign languages, they will be given and focus on specific areas of their interest, so that they can identify and evaluate languages based on their capability. In order to help us maintain the highest quality standards, Mercy Knowledge Organizations require that our instructors must have:

  1. Specific proficiency in the target languages.

  2. Considerable languages teaching and instructors corporate on students understanding are given preference.

  3. Check carefully on professional references while training

  4. Samples of languages curriculum and training development.

And also training and academic programme of the Organization:

ü  Monitor and make arrangements to maintain academic and teaching standards of the languages

ü  To keep under review and develop curriculum content and teaching methods;

ü  To arrange for staff development, training and research.

ü  Oral Proficiency Interview and Course Development/Curriculum specific to foreign languages.

ü  To share ideas and discuss strategies for providing principles of languages and modified languages lessons according to world language system standard.

ü  To ensure that our programs has consistent qualities and maintained by global models.

ü  Language instructors are evaluated by their students

ü  To ensure preparation, professionalism and effectiveness in teaching throughout their program.

ü  Language instructors are evaluated regularly by our language training department staffs.


High level education helps and cares on society to come out from the dark ages to the light. Without education our modern world cannot rise up in helping the society and fail to improve their lifestyle skills. The useful opportunities will be given to the youth of Tajikistan in order to feel the joys and grateful on the benefits which is provided by Mercy knowledge Organization.  They will have crystal clear fresh mind to grab on what they are learning and how to manage their future responses in reality as well as to sustain the life of youth in Tajikistan by giving them knowledge.

Mercy Knowledge Organizations will create new educational environment and successful learning view for youth to encourage them to think about their current life critically meanwhile, additional teaching and learning part gives more chances for youth to find jobs in their community. Furthermore, students would be able to get benefits easily than other academic places. Through this idea, they are able to find their answers by using this chance positively and they can do their tasks freely without any barriers. Hopefully, this proposal will be useful and meet the interest of participants amongst youth of Tajikistan in comparing to the other plans for future society.


  1. Weber, G. (1995). The world’s 10 most influential languages. Retrieved from

  2. Migration and development in Tajikistan. (2010). Retrieved from International Labour Organization:…/migration_development_report_taj.pdf

  3. Tajikistan unemployment rate. (2012). Retrieved from National Bank of Tajikistan:

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