The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) organized a series of public events throughout the Kyrgyzstan in observance of World AIDS Day. These events were conducted in Bishkek and Osh cities, and in Jalalabad and Chui oblasts. According to the data from Republican AIDS Center in Kyrgyzstan published in November 2013, 5,060 of people living with HIV are registered in the country, but experts estimate that the actual number is even higher.
The United States Government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in close cooperation with the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic, will hand over agricultural machinery and equipment to 10 competitively selected livestock breeding farms as part of the Economic Development Fund Program.
The United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Youth Theater for Peace project will hold a public performance November 6 at 1:30pm on at the Dostuk Hotel (429 Frunze). This performance will demonstrate Drama through Conflict Transformation practices, which help youth to understand and resolve conflict both in their communities and at the national level. All groups or individuals interested in the use of theater for community dialogue are invited to attend.
The Kyrgyz Republic is the only freely elected parliamentary democracy in post-Soviet Cen-tral Asia, and in 2011, was the first in the region to experience a peaceful transfer of presi-dential power. The United States supports progress toward a prosperous, democratic and stable Kyrgyz Republic to enable the country to play an important role in security and eco-nomic prosperity for all of Central Asia, including Afghanistan.
USAID, through its Kyrgyz Agro-Input Enterprise Development Project (KAED), will host a field day on modern potato cultivation techniques at the Zarya seed farm in the Ak-Suu Rayon, of Issyk-Kul Oblast
Last updated: March 11, 2014