WFP & Japan Boost Partnership To Empower Rural Women In The Kyrgyz Republic
The Government of Japan has contributed US$500,000 to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to empower rural women and benefit more than 2,500 households in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Russian Federation Boosts Support to WFP to Strengthen Rural Livelihoods of the Most Vulnerable in the Kyrgyz Republic
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today welcomed a new contribution from the Russian Federation that will be used to support rural livelihoods and strengthen national productive safety nets for the most vulnerable communities in the Kyrgyz Republic.
UNIDO project’s Advisory board meeting took place
UNIDO project “Promoting community level job creation and income generating activities through the development of cost-effective building materials production in Kyrgyzstan” today organized a panel discussion with the members of project’s Advisory Board, composed of representatives of Governmental offices, scientific-academic circles and private sector.
UN representative awards government of Kyrgyzstan for child mortality reduction
AkiPress: The UN representative, Alexander Avanesov, has awarded the Kyrgyz government in the person of Prime Minister Temir Sariyev for the achievement of the MDG4
UNDP Kyrgyzstan, Aarhus Centre hold lecture in Bishkek on UN 70th anniversary
AkiPress: Meeting of the UNDP program coordinator for Kyrgyzstan Vladimir Grebnev with the faculty and students of the Kyrgyz National Agrarian University
Food Security Atlas, Kyrgyz Republic, 2016
The National Food Security Atlas reviews 28 indicators selected for measuring various aspects of food security in accordance with the Food Law of the Kyrgyz Republic which defines food security as a state where physical and economic access to food is guaranteed for the population, in accordance with minimal norms of food consumption6. To support a better understanding of food security situation, the National Food Security Atlas groups these indicators into four dimensions of food security: availability, access, utilization and stability.
Youth showcase their vision of Global Goals in #WorldYouSee contest
Four winners of #WorldYouSee, an online photography contest organised by the UNDP Istanbul Regional Hub office, came together last week in Istanbul to receive their awards.
From a landfill to a greenhouse: a story of transformation
A local farmer has managed to eliminate a landfill in the center of the village of Jylkeldi (Ak-Tash aiyl okmotu, Kara-Suu district, Osh region) and built a greenhouse on this spot with a total area of 770 square meters.
Bekzhan Arakeev (22 years old) is a young already well-known entrepreneur in Yzar village of Jalal-Abad province. He is an initiator of the successful project on creating the plastic windows and doors manufacturing workshop. This specialized workshop is the first in Yzar village, where there are 3173 residents, and it becomes more popular day by day among the villagers. For him, the UNDP project “Youth for peaceful change” at the expense of the UN Peacebuilding Fund has become the main tool to achieve his ideas and funding, that gave him an opportunity to not only become independent but also widely share information about the opportunities for active youth.
Message on United Nations Day 24 October 2016
This year’s observance of United Nations Day occurs at a time of transition for the world and for the United Nations. Humanity has entered the era of sustainability – with a global commitment to fulfil the great promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. In this, the Organization’s 71st year, we have 17 goals to propel us towards a better future for all on a healthy planet. The world is also moving at long last beyond the mindset which viewed the burning of fossil fuels as the path to prosperity. At a time of record heat, Member States have embraced the Paris Agreement on climate change in record time. This landmark measure will enter into force on 4 November. Across that historic threshold lies our best chance for greener, cleaner, low-carbon growth.
UNODC, INL: new grassroots initiatives increase resilience to crime in Kyrgyzstan
Every year between 25,000 and 30,000 crimes are registered in Kyrgyzstan. One third of these crimes -- over 10,000 -- occur in the capital, Bishkek. With 1,341 crimes per 100,000 inhabitants in 2016, the Sverdlovsk district has the highest crime rate in the city.
Countries meet to accelerate progress in maternal and newborn health in Central Asia and the Caucasus
BISHKEK, 20 July 2017 - Health experts from around the world have come together in Bishkek to an intercountry Symposium to discuss ways and opportunities to accelerate maternal and newborn health in Central Asia and the Caucasus regions, all part of the strategy to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
UNICEF and the European Union strengthen the resilience of 700,000 children to cope with natural disasters in Central Asia and the South Caucus
BRUSSELS/ BISHKEK, 6 July 2017 – More than 1 million people including 700,000 children are better prepared to cope with natural disasters in eight countries prone to earthquakes, floods and landslides in Central Asia and the South Caucus as the result of a UNICEF programme supported by the European Union.
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
This year’s theme for the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, “Answering the Call to End Poverty: A path toward peaceful and inclusive societies”, celebrates the 25 year anniversary of the creation of this international day and the idea behind it: that hunger, lack of education, and violence are not inevitable. That extreme poverty must be something we all strive to eradicate.
More countries acting to combat antimicrobial resistance in food and agriculture
Efforts to confront the spread of antimicrobial resistant pathogens on farms and in food systems are gathering momentum, thanks to strong backing by governments and technical support that is boosting national capacities to respond to the problem, FAO said today.
WFP and Kyrgyz Institute for Strategic Studies Develop Food Insecurity Warning System
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and the National Strategic Institute for Strategic Studies (NISS) have developed an innovative online platform which can forecast food security crises before they become critical. The system, which collects and analyses massive amounts of food price data, provides early warning so that governments can take action before it is too late.
The forest map goes digital
To launch a single database, 6 desktops of increased capacity and additional equipment were handed over to the forestry of the country. The equipment was procured by UNDP and was handed over to the Department of the State Agency for Environmental Protection and Forestry under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Bishkek Primary School Children Will Improve Their Nutrition Knowledge During The WFP-Supported Healthy Eating Week
On the kick-off of the new academic year, the UN World Food Programme, Bishkek City Hall and the Russian Social and Industrial Foodservice Institute (SIFI) today launched the Healthy Eating Week in the capital school #64. The weeklong initiative include sessions on healthy food and active life-style as well as art master-classes and sports activities aiming to promote healthy eating and hygiene skills among children and their parents.
Secretary-General's video message to Snow Leopard and Ecosystem Protection International Forum
High-level delegations from all 12 snow leopard range countries and senior representatives of international organizations a progress made by the Kyrgyz Republic to the save leopard and also mitigate the effects of climate change in the world.