2019 becomes truly historic for Kyrgyzstan people. The government of the Republic ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which joined 8 years ago, in 2011. The main feature of the Convention concluded in its suggestion of social and human rights model of understanding of disability. It recognizes the person with disabilities as an equal member of society, does not isolate him, and encourages to self-realization.
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
I still remember the first night we came home from the hospital with our first child in 2015. In a few days, the house transformed into a latrine, strewn with diapers, gauze, clothes and food; dirty dishes, piles of dirty laundry, out of place furniture, and above all, a general feeling of inadequacy in satisfying our new baby’s needs.
Lawyers, part of the "Bus of Solidarity", supported by the Ministry of Justice and United Nation Development Programme Project, give free legal consultation.
Youth with hearing impairments sing a song "Live" by Igor Matvienko in sign language

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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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