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Head of the Agency
Name:  Mr. Alexandr Fedulov
Job title:  Head of UNODC Programme Office  
Global Website: www.unodc.org
Agency’s Local website: UNODC regional office for Central Asia

Established in 1997, UNODC is the lead United Nations entity in the struggle against illicit drugs, international crime and terrorism. In Kyrgyzstan, UNODC provides assistance in the areas of drug control, crime prevention and criminal justice. Particular attention is paid to strengthening the capacity of the State Service on Drug Control and supporting prison reform.


“Illicit drugs undermine economic and social development and contribute to crime, instability, insecurity and the spread of HIV. To support its activities, UNODC takes an approach based on human rights, the international drug control conventions and international standards and norms.”

UNODC World Drugs Report 2012

31-2 Razzakov str.,
720040 Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Tel: +996 312 32 17 32/33
Fax: +996 312 32 18 93

Downloads: (PDF)
UNODC Strategic Programme Framework (SPF) for Central Asia 2008-2011



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