Gender mainstreaming in digital transformation for good governance

UNDP project on Gender mainstreaming in digital transformation for good governance aimed to improve the situation on SGBV through development and  e-services to be provided by the State responsible agencies and through support to media platforms for fair and open access to: prevention, management and monitoring of the cases on domestic, sexual and gender-based violence. This response will provide basis to state initiative for further improvement of e-services and digital transformation for good governance which is in line with National Action Plan on gender equality for 2018-2020 and SDG linking to national priorities. Project reinforces building  an open and transparent state, raising life standards of people and improve business environment in the country in line with the global Gender Strategy 2018-2021. Thanks to the project Kyrgyzstan will become a champion of digital transformation and contribute to the progress towards gender-specific and gender-mainstreamed initiatives.

Projects tasks:

OUTPUT 1: Digitalization of capacity exercise for state responsible institutions and deployment of E-government in the systems of social and political control on prevention of SGBV and domestic violence

Project will develop and institutionalize on-line courses on prevention and protection from domestic and gender-based violence as per the new Law on prevention of domestic violence for law enforcement agencies:

 

 

OUTPUT 2: Gender-aware digital government policy processes to support women’s and girl’s capacities in IT and in accessing services online and through other off-line modes, with engagement of private sector through Pro-Bono model

Project will build the capacity and support women and girls in developing a mobile application for domestic violence and gender-based violence survivors and synchronize it with the state 112 hot-line service of Emergency Ministry of KR.

 

Results (so far):

The Project paid sufficient attention to apply innovative methods of work to attract public’s attention to prevention and protection from gender-based violence. The project helped prominent local designer in producing traditional outfit collection showcasing the historically significant women, demonstrated by women-survivors of violence at the side event of the World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan.  The World Nomad Games is always a decision-makers and male-dominated event that was taken by the Project as a chance to attract decision makers and men’s attention to the issue of gender-based violence. The event was broadcasted among 500 million people all over the world. The Reuter’s Foundation has developed a broad media attention to the intervention

 

The Project supported one of the famous media platform for youth Bilesingbi.kg https://bilesinbi.kg/ . This platform is visited by more than 40 000 audience, mostly by young women, therefore the platform was used as a tool to cover the issues of gender-based violence by question-and-answer mode. As a result of the intervention, this media platform posted 4 articles on prevention and protection from the gender-based violence, 10 materials in the “Question-Answer” section of the website, 39 posts through accounts in social networks. 55 consultation by professionals (psychologist, gynecologist, family planning specialist) rendered.

Status:

Ongoing

Project start date:

January 2011

Estimated end date:

December 2020

Focus area:

  • build resilience to shocks and crisis
  • Project office:

    UNDP in Kyrgyzstan

    Implementing partner:

    United Nations Development Programme

    Full project information  

    Funding Support by

    Donor name

  • United Nations Development Pro
  • Asian Development Bank
  • Government Of Japan
  • Government Of United Kingdom
  • Amount contributed

    $1,084,011

    Delivery in previous fiscal year

    2020 $119,658

    2019 $269,793

    2018 $216,357

    2017 $58,453

    2016 $59,998

    2015 $56,808

    2014 $50,530

    2013 $39,990

    2012 $82,743

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