Ministers and senior officials from 11 CAREC countries and representatives from development partners joined the 19th Ministerial Conference. The theme of this year’s ministerial conference is “People-Centered Regional Cooperation in the Post-COVID Environment.”
Following successful completion of Know How Academy for small businesses. Darika Aldasheva, managing director of the Noosphere PR Agency, is the winner in the Kyrgyz Republic of a social media competition organised by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in support of the Know How Academy for small businesses.
The "Strengthening Voice and Accountability" project announces an application call for the School of Future Deputies for women to encourage them and prepare for participation in the elections to local councils to be held in the spring of 2021.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made life even more difficult for the inhabitants of deprived settlements. Switzerland has allocated 5 million som to support 6,000 people in need in 23 settlements around Bishkek and Osh.
A virtual panel discussing countercyclical fiscal measures for recovery was attended by ministers and senior officials from CAREC member countries.
Senior officials from 11 CAREC countries discussed overall implementation progress of the CAREC 2030 Strategy, as well as the draft CAREC Program Results Framework, Tourism Strategy 2030, and Gender Strategy 2030. Separate consultation meetings reviewed activities in transport and energy sectors.
Ambassador of Switzerland to the Kyrgyz Republic Véronique Hulmann participated on September 25 in food and sanitary goods distribution for more than two thousand elderly people in need in the seven provinces of Kyrgyzstan.
BISHKEK, August 1, 2020 – The World Bank announced today the appointment of Naveed Hassan Naqvi as World Bank Country Manager for the Kyrgyz Republic, replacing Bolormaa Amgaabazar who was in this position since August 2017.
34 targeted rural municipalities of the Issyk-Kul and Jalal-Abad regions received a grant aid in the total amount of 5 809 400 KGS, which will be allocated to 26 selected local service providers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in Kyrgyzstan.
Kazy-Bek Agro Farm adopts biogas system to make operations more sustainable