THE POTENTIAL OF UZBEKISTAN’S AGRICULTURE IN OVERCOMING POVERTY. M. Saidova - c.e.s, Associate Professor Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers
THE POTENTIAL OF UZBEKISTAN’S AGRICULTURE IN OVERCOMING POVERTY
M. Saidova - c.e.s, Associate Professor
Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers
Ensuring the security of the economy of any state is closely interconnected with solving the problems of the social sphere. As a rule, social problems around the world tend to increase as the population and their needs grow. The indicators of poverty, hunger, and high mortality rates characterize the problem of weak social orientation of state policies and are included in the UN development program. The task of any state is to provide opportunities for its citizens and a decent life. In this regard, the problems of unemployment, the impossibility of providing pensioners and people with disabilities with means corresponding to the subsistence minimum, and, as a result, the problem of poverty, are especially acute. This article discusses the aspects of the socio-economic policy of Uzbekistan and develops the proposals for their improvement in rural areas.
Key words: economics, sociology, labor, unemployment, poverty, state, politics, agriculture, living wage, standard of living.