Upon ratification of the Convention, the country will have to adopt a number of laws to create a physical accessible environment in the buildings and structures, to introduce inclusive education, to create an accessible cultural, educational, informational and economic sphere. The Convention itself is a road map, a guideline we will need to follow to realize the rights and freedoms of the persons with disabilities.
H.E. Yoshihiro Yamamura, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to the Kyrgyz Republic, Ms. Aliona Niculita UNDP Resident Representative ad interim, and Mr. Ruslan Sarbaev Deputy Chairperson of the State Registry Service (SRS) are visiting Bishkek Public Service Delivery Centre
There are certain stereotypes about the "male" and "female" professions in society. For example, people are used to seeing women in the education sphere, in certain areas of medicine. There is a pattern interrupt for people when women, and even very young ladies, work in the field such as Rescue Service.

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6,2 million

Population

90 out of 188 countries

Gender Inequality Index

19,2 %

of Parliamentary seats held by women

0.664

Human Dev. Index

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