What We Do - What UN does

Flash Appeal 2010

This Flash Appeal addresses the needs of more than one million people affected by violent conflict in southern Kyrgyzstan in June 2010. The revised Flash Appeal requests $96,445,737 for urgent humanitarian support.

Joint programmes

The UN System in the Kyrgyz Republic has an excellent record in formulating and implementation of joint programmes. In 2009, the following joint programmes were successfully implemented in the country:

  •  Enhancing Coordination for Disaster Response in the Kyrgyz Republic
  • Operationalizing Good Governance for Social Justice
  • Action 2 Piloting in the Kyrgyz Republic
  • Strengthening the Ombudsman Institution
  • Violence Against Women  (VAW)
One UN Programme in the Kyrgyz Republic

In 2009, the UN system has successfully formulated the One UN Programme. It is a two-year response of the UN system to the effects of energy, food and economic insecurities in the country. The UN is fully aware that these insecurities are chronic and recurrent and significantly compromise the coping mechanisms of the most vulnerable, and hindering the country's progress towards achieving the MDGs. The One UN Programme is an appropriate response to this context and combines short- and

Other strategic initiatives

 In 2009 the UN System in the Kyrgyz Republic has implemented the following stretegic initiatives:

  •  Implementation of Flash Appeal
  • Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Process
Theme groups

In 2009, the UN provided technical advice and expertise to address gaps in national policies and strategies. This function is traditionally the mandate of UN Theme Groups. The UNCT has four Theme Groups operating under its umbrella - Gender Theme Group, HIV/AIDS Theme Group, Communication Working Group, Operation and Management Working Group. Each of them is lead by the member of the UNCT. In 2009, all Theme Groups operated on basis of annual work plans developed jointly under the leadership of

Uranium Tailings in Central Asia

2009 successfully generated momentum for transforming ideas into fully operational large scale assistance programmes to be funded from several sources. Through implementation of the regional project on uranium tailings co-financed by the Government of Finland active support will be provided to coordination of the joint actions of the Central Asian governments and of the respective UN Agencies under leadership of Kyrgyzstan. In close cooperation with IAEA, DFID, EURASEC, bi-lateral donors and