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Earlier, vaccination information campaigns and community mobilization efforts supported by USAID accelerated vaccine coverage in three districts of the Chui region by 8 percent.
November 11, 2022

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Culture will work together to increase vaccine intake in Batken, Jalal-Abad, Chuy Oblasts, and Bishkek. This will include training medical specialists, engaging local community activists, and conducting campaigns to inform the public about the benefits of vaccination against COVID-19. These measures were the central topic of a November 10 partners’ meeting devoted to the Kyrgyz Republic’s COVID-19 response.

The study was designed to determine the micronutrient deficiencies and other nutrition issues that are affecting children aged 6-59 months and 5-9 years, adolescent girls aged 10-19 years.
November 3, 2022

The Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic, together with UNICEF, FAO, WFP, WHO, Mercy Corps and USAID, today released the results of the National Integrated Micronutrient and Anthropometric Survey in the Kyrgyz Republic (NIMAS) – the first large-scale study on the nutritional status of children and women ever conducted in Kyrgyzstan.

October 27, 2022

On October 27, 2022, USAID’s Jigerduu Jarandar project hosted a conference titled “Araket Sozsuz Aktalat” (“Efforts Always Pay Off”). The conference highlighted the important role of civic engagement in the country’s development by demonstrating how active citizens, local governments and businesses work together to solve local issues.

October 25, 2022

USAID aims to strengthen the Kyrgyz Republic’s capacity to lead its own development and become a strong, resilient partner. Fostering regional stability, prosperity, and human capital development, USAID leverages strategic partnerships that boost connectivity between the Kyrgyz Republic and other Central Asian countries.

The new funding from USAID will be directed towards programs to enhance food storage and logistics facilities in the Osh, Jalal-Abad and Batken Oblasts and prevent loss of critical agricultural products.
October 18, 2022

The Kyrgyz Republic is one of more than 47 countries and regional organizations receiving funding to mitigate further increases in poverty, hunger, and malnutrition as a result of rising prices of food, fertilizer, and fuel.

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Last updated: November 15, 2022

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