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Kazakhstan needs five-six years to develop strong start-up culture, say experts

By Saltanat Boteu

In November, former Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev opened the Astana Hub, an international technopark of IT start-ups, and the country began intensively developing a start-up culture. Edgekz.com interviewed several IT start-ups in the capital, who noted if the government continues its support, it will see good results in approximately five-six years. Senim smart wallet Daulet

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Kazakhstan continues to be healthcare pioneer through digitisation, cutting-edge surgery

By Dilshat Zhussupova

Since the World Health Organisation’s revolutionary 1978 Declaration of Alma-Ata, which emphasised the importance of primary healthcare and put health equity on the international agenda, Kazakhstan has continued its trailblazing path in healthcare. Coming full circle, Astana’s 2018 Global Conference on Primary Health Care that gathered 1,200 delegates from more than 120 countries Oct. 25-26

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Kazakh youth look forward to opportunities offered by Year of Youth

By Saltanat Boteu

Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev declared 2019 the Year of Youth in Kazakhstan, which attracted the attention of the population, especially young people. They believe this will bring their issues to light and expect new opportunities, actions and support from government and society. According to a short questionnaire by EdgeKz, Kazakh youth position themselves as quite

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Kazakhstan in 2018: Historic Celebrations and Tragic Loss, Reform Within and Beyond and New Ventures after UNSC

By Dilshat Zhussupova

Kazakhstan began 2018 on a high note by celebrating the capital’s 20th anniversary and strengthening ties with its neighbours, especially with an Uzbekistan that was increasingly open to change. Nevertheless, the tragic loss of a prominent young Kazakh sportsman prompted government officials to closely consider the ways Kazakh law enforcement agencies need to change for

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Kazakhstan is preparing for a more urban lifestyle

By Amir Khaidar

ASTANA –By the end 2050, more than 70 percent of humanity is expected to be living in urban areas. Half of Kazakhstan’s 18 million citizens currently live in cities and the nation is expected to reach the global average by mid-century. Kazakh cities will play a crucial role in the country’s economic and social development.

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