Eat, Eat, Eat, Die
According to the reports by World Health Organization, Kazakhstan is the leading country in the world in terms of salt consumption. This, as well as other dietary habits in the region, leads to serious health problems and even premature deaths.
Views: 1534 | 09/01/2020
Do Russians really trust the police?
Public opinion polls tell that trust in the police in Russia is steadily growing, along with the positive personal attitudes to the police. But does the general opinion always match actions?
Views: 329 | 09/01/2020
What is the real cost of eating meat in Uzbekistan
There is a global trend of reconsidering the amount of meat consumption due to three main factors: meat production demands a lot of resources and contributes to climate change while diet rich with meat has negative effects on human health
Views: 539 | 09/01/2020
01What makes Kazakh citizens leave their home country?
Between 2000 and 2019 more than one million people emigrated from Kazakhstan. In this infographic, you can explore why this may be happening, what age groups it affects the most, and what can be done to change the situation.
Views: 164 | 09/07/2021
02Half of children in Kyrgyzstan don't have gadgets for distance learning
Since the Covid-19 pandemic occurred, online learning has become a new reality for the world, but this process has not been a success in Kyrgyzstan. This infographic shows and discusses many issues facing school children and their families in the era of online education.
Views: 163 | 29/06/2021
03Kazakhstan's Parliament is unrepresentative: and here's why
In Kazakhstan's Parlament the majority of the seats are held by one party. Not a single new party has entered the parliament in the last 14 years. The population of the country isn't fairly represented by the Members of the Parliament. The story will guide you through the underrepresentation of the population in the lawmaking institution of the country.
Views: 160 | 28/06/2021
04I will not protest with that party!
This infographic explores patterns of Georgian protest since 2018.
Views: 121 | 02/03/2021
05What Does it Mean to be a Father in Turkmenistan?
Although paternity leave does not exist by law in Turkmenistan, fathers can apply for parental leave as secondary caregivers or single parents. Though as of today there has not been a single case of paternity leave registered in Turkmenistan. Infographic discusses the importance of a father's involvement in a child's early development as well as underlines some of the possible causes of this situation.
Views: 194 | 01/02/2021
06Is Turkmenistan Really COVID Free?
As the numbers of COVID cases rise in Central Asia Turkmenistan hasn't reported a single case of the virus as of August this year. This infographic tries to answer the main question regarding this case, is Turkmenistan really COVID-free?
Views: 152 | 01/02/2021