UNDP in Kyrgyzstan assists national efforts to halt the pandemic and help people overcome its social and economic consequences.
UNDP brought together representatives of specially protected natural areas of the Western Tian Shan in Sarychat-Ertash nature reserve for trainings on wildlife monitoring.
After working in the “red zone” in direct contact with Covid-19 patients, health care workers are supposed to undergo a 14-day observation period.
The UNDP and its partners are stepping up efforts to continue HIV prevention regardless of the new pandemic and health focus.
On April of this year, UNDP held a competition for innovative solutions, where more than 70 applications were received within two weeks.
Makhabat Murzakanova, UNDP Specialist on Civic Education shares her impression on the launch of Youth Lab in Kyrgyzstan.

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About Kyrgyz Republic

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6,2 million

Population

87 out of 188 countries

Gender Inequality Index

19,2 %

of Parliamentary seats held by women

0.674

Human Dev. Index

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