Flag of Kyrgyz Republic


Language: English | Kyrgyz | Russian
The Kyrgyz booth served boorsok and kymys to visitors as they enjoyed classic melodies from traditional komuz players.
February 10, 2017

From January 26-29, seven tour operators from the Kyrgyz Republic participated in the Eastern Mediterranean Travel and Tourism (EMITT) fair in Istanbul, with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). In partnership with the Turkish travel and media firm, Gezimanya, USAID also hosted several promotional events at the exhibition to generate additional interest in Kyrgyzstan among foreign tour operators, tourism social media bloggers and traditional media outlets. As a result, Kyrgyzstani tour operators negotiated 42 potential contracts for the 2017 summer season.

One of the first patients to complete his treatment on a new regimen. It was almost twice as short as the standard treatment used before.
February 8, 2017

In the Kyrgyz Republic the Challenge TB project helps to implement shorter regimens and new drugs for the treatment of drug-resistant forms of tuberculosis.

USAID helps to improve services like water supply
January 31, 2017

USAID’s Community and Municipal Governance Initiative is a five-year project that works closely with local self-governments to improve their performance, deliver quality services, increase citizens’ trust and promote peer-learning networks across the Kyrgyz Republic.

More than 5,000 people attended the Kyrgyz booth
January 31, 2017

From January 18-22, USAID supported the Kyrgyz Tourism Department’s participation in the International Tourism Trade Fair (FITUR) Madrid exhibition. FITUR is a leading European tourism fair and a total 9,500 tourism companies from 165 countries participated in this year’s event.

The study assessed the reading achievements of students in grades 1 through 4
January 22, 2017

According to an assessment of the USAID Reading Together project presented on Tuesday, January 17, primary grade students who participate in the project demonstrate significantly improved reading skills. Teachers trained through USAID Reading Together have also increased their use of effective teaching methods, and more parents are reading with their children as result of the project.


Last updated: January 17, 2018

Share This Page