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UNDP and KOICA contribute to strengthened crisis coordination and response of the Ministry of Emergency Situations

Bishkek, 7 September 2020 – Today the Ministry of Emergency Situations received video equipment for online conferences provided by the Korea International Cooperation Agency Office (KOICA) and UNDP to…  


Climate resilience of the Batken province

The project is aimed at strengthening the climate resilience of livelihoods of local communities in the Batken Province, which is deemed to be the most vulnerable region to climate change impacts in…  


An automated weather station will be installed on Dolon Pass for early warning of natural disasters

The UNDP in the Kyrgyz Republic transfers the automated weather station and computer equipment to the State Agency for Hydrometeorology.  


Kyrgyzstan will prepare the climate change adaptation plan to reduce vulnerability and build resilience

A joint proposal prepared by the UNDP Kyrgyzstan in cooperation with the national partners has been approved by the Green Climate Secretariat  


UNDP provides medical masks and video-conference equipment to the MES KR

Today, on 8 June 2020, UNDP in Kyrgyzstan provided 25,000 medical masks to the Ministry of Emergency of the Kyrgyz Republic.  


Invisible rescue force 112

In Kyrgyzstan, the profession of a safeguard or a rescuer is usually considered to be masculine. However, many strong and fearless women work together with men in the Ministry of Emergencies. They are…  


Air pollution in the attention of the Government and international organizations

The subject of discussions was the Agency's Plan for improving the environmental situation in Bishkek, Sokuluk and Alamedinsky districts of Chui oblast.  


Speech of Louise Chamberlain at Air Pollution Seminar

It is my honor and privilege to welcome you on behalf of the United Nations Development Programme to this Consultation Meeting on air quality issues.  


Kyrgyzstan joins the world's largest game-survey on climate change

UNDP launches "Mission 1.5" to address climate issues with the participation of the world's citizens.  


112 Service Operator: “At my first work day I felt uncertainty, fear and worry about my family members”

"Hello, this is 112 Service operator. What happens?” It is a standard phrase to start conversation with the recipient calling for help  

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