collective of Central Asia
About us
mampassi is a professional collective from Central Asia.

mampassi
seeks to impact views on social and environmental change via technology, business, education, arts, and intellectuals.

A long before its establishment in 2017 the Central Asian roster of mampassi' residents have been working on projects in business, education, research, tech, gender, law, environment, and arts. It is an abiding commitment to the people of Central Asia that form the principles of mampassi.

mampassi, headquartered in Almaty is made up of residents from 7 countries: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, and Mongolia. The collective through its vibrant network of students, young professionals, and mentors, has access to all major universities, NGOs, academia, business, media, artists, activists and intellectuals. The pool varies based on the needs and projects of the collective.

Besides individual projects, group projects are at the core of mampassi.

The mampassi residents pursue short and longer-term projects. They unite their individual visions and skills to facilitate problem solving at different levels.

How we function
The nature of organization is changing. Are you?
self-management
mampassi is a self-organized network of highly talented individuals. It works in small ad hoc multifunctional teams with distributed decision-making and open information flow.
wholeness
mampassi promotes safe and supportive environment where residents are present and authentic. mampassi residents keep their egos in check and interact with each other based on trust
evolutionary purpose
mampassi is a living system that evolves and grows while doing meaningful things for community and environment. mampassi constantly explores deeper questions of meaning and purpose, both individually and collectively
for non-profits
mampassi aims to integrate Central Asian countries by facilitating projects that stimulate public dialogue in five thematic areas: education, climate change, healthcare, good governance, business & technology.

Educational initiatives are at the core of the collective's activities. To realize our projects and work we seek the collaboration of nonprofits and foundations, and the financial support of grants, subsidies and sponsor partnerships.

for business and government
mampassi collectively and actively markets residents and also multifunctional ad hoc teams (based on the customer's needs). The collective works for projects that either a) solve problems or b)create opportunities for people and environment.

mampassi
collective has access to young, bold, and well educated professionals originating from Central Asia. Please contact us for specific requests. We also work with various partners, supporting and distributing our work in specific geographical territories.

Dina Iglikova
founder & resident coordinator
"Central Asia is a place where many talented people originate from and we invited the best to become our residents. Our collective through non profit and business projects strives to create a secure, a compassionate, and an inclusive community that leads to a personal fulfillment and balanced approach to Nature".
Residents and their whereabouts
Syinat Sultanalieva, currently in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Saikal Nogoibaeva, currently in Dublin, Ireland
Chynara Erkulova, currently in Batumi, Georgia
Tilek Ogobaev, currently in Almaty, Kazakhstan
Jalil Mukanbetov, currently in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Asset Ordabayev, currently in Astana, Kazakhstan
Aigerim Khafizova, currently in Almaty, Kazakhstan
Dilfuza Kurolova, currently in Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Temur Umarov, currently in Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Manuchekhr Salokhudinov, currently in Copenhagen, Denmark
Khurshed Abdukodiri, currently in Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Zukhra Iakupbaeva, currently in Seoul, South Korea
Torekhan Zhumagul, currently in Istanbul, Turkey
Marat Utebayev, currently in Almaty, Kazakhstan
Anatoliy Fedorenko, currently in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Malika Sattybayeva, currently in Moscow, Russian Federation
Aldiyar Auyezbek, currently in Astana, Kazakhstan
Sanjar Rahimov, currently in Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Uchral Ganbaatar, currently in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Khishi Enkhbayar, currently in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Zhenya Tsoy, currently in Paris, France
Alexey Kim, currently in Almaty, Kazakhstan
Madina Marshal, currently in Berlin, Germany
Azamat Omuraliev, currently in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nozimakhon Davletova, currently in Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Areas of expertise
Central Asia
Economics
Media and communications
Graphic Design
Human resources and organizational management
Online education
Video Production
Project management
Coding
Public policy
Climate change mitigation and adaptation
Strategy and analyses
Youth
Gender
Finances
Political philosophy
Join the collective!
Hello entrepreneurs, activists, artists, scientists, coders, photographers, engineers, physicians, anthropologists, runners, yogis, musicians, philosophers, we are building a roaster of great folks of Central Asia who can collaborate on upcoming projects. If you are interested in being a part of it, please fill out this form and we will be in touch with you
Friends & partners
If you are interested in becoming a partner feel free to write us.
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