Ministry of Natural Resources, Environment and Technical Control of the Kyrgyz Republic presented the national climate pledge, marking its renewed commitment to the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement where world leaders universally agreed to advance climate actions to limit temperature rise to well below 2 degrees Celsius, while pursuing efforts to limit to a safer 1.5 degrees.
For its seventh year, the Kurak Women's Entrepreneurship association held a series of events, workshops and a major conference to mark the occasion, highlighting the contribution women have made to the country's economy in the 30 years since it became independent.
Kyrgyzstan’s updated NDC pledges to aim for greater reduction in greenhouse gas emissions if it receives international support.
The geography of the study covered 10 target communities from 4 regions (Osh, Batken, Chui, and Talas) of the Kyrgyz Republic affected by migration. The target audience included representatives of local governments and local keneshes, as well as local community leaders who work on or are aware of activities linked with Kyrgyzstani citizens returning from abroad, and migrants as well as their family members left behind.
The International Geological Congress in 2016 announced the beginning of a new geological era - the Anthropocene. The term* was coined to denote the era in which humankind became the main driver of environmental change and anthropic activity caused planetary scale biogeophysical effects.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in at least 27 million cases and over 900,000 deaths worldwide.1 From decision- makers and doctors, to entrepreneurs and care providers, women have been at the forefront of the COVID-19 response.

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65%

increase in instances of domestic violence due to COVID-19

82 out of 188 countries

Gender Inequality Index

19,2 %

of Parliamentary seats held by women

0.674

Human Dev. Index

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