The United Nations Industrial Development Organization

Established in November 1966, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) aims to eradicate poverty through inclusive and sustainable industrial development (ISID) that will be a key driver for the successful implementation of the economic, social and environmental goals for sustainable development.


UNIDO efforts in Kyrgyzstan focuses on developing of renewable energy, agri-business and processing of agricultural produce, especially through enhancing the local production, and also on trade capacity building.


Agency News

  • 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 and the Kyrgyz Republic Sign Four-Year Development Assistance Framework

    The Kyrgyz Government and the United Nations (UN) signed today the UN Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) for 2018-2022, which is the planning framework for UN development collaboration in Kyrgyzstan over the next four years.

  • UNIDO SMART BUILD center opened its doors

    Bishkek, 3 October 2017 – UNIDO officially opened its SMART BUILD Center in an event, which was attended by the representatives of state officials, academic institutions, private sector and international organizations.

  • Experts Discuss Industrial and Technological Priorities in Kyrgyzstan

    The fourth in a series of development dialogues gathered leading experts, representatives of international organisations, as well as state ministries and agencies of Kyrgyzstan to discuss “Industrial and Technological Development of Kyrgyzstan”. The half-day development dialogue took place in Bishkek on June 24th, and was co-organised by the United Nations system in Kyrgyzstan and the University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Institute of Public Policy and Administration (IPPA). These dialogues support work on a long-term national policy on key development issues for Kyrgyzstan.