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The programme assists the government at national and local levels to create favorable conditions for vulnerable groups of people (women, youth, poor) and improve their access to resources for income generating activities (financial, employment, information).
Poverty and Environment Initiative is a global joint UNDP-UNEP initiative supporting country-level efforts to mainstream environmental management into national and sub-national planning processes through financial and technical assistance and capacity development.
The project aims at institutionalising good governance reforms and practices at all levels by government and civil society organisations to reduce poverty protect rights and advance sustainable human development.
As part of the project UNDP shows general support to the Kyrgyz government structures and provide advisory services to the Prime Minister’s and President’s offices to ensure efficient delivery of public services to citizens and other beneficiaries. This should help the service providers strengthen their capacity and provide services effectively on their own.
Main goal of the project is to assist the country in developing an anticorruption framework with specific focus on reduction of corruption in budgeting through transparency and improved budgetary oversight and audit. It’s expected that the project beneficiaries will become more efficient and effective in operations, especially in their common fight against corruption. It will positively contribute to stability, establishing governance in accord with the rule of law, respect of human rights and international standards. The assistance will be channeled through selected integrity and oversight institutions such as the Chamber of Accounts, the Parliament, NGOs, media and other relevant stakeholders.
Crisis Prevention and Recovery
The center-piece of this project is to assist in shifting the focus of national and local disaster risk reduction policies and practices from post-disaster response and recovery to comprehensive disaster risk reduction, which is synergetic with climate change, poverty reduction, good governance and other interrelated dimensions, so to increase human security and safety.
Peace and Development Programme works to address root causes of conflicts and focuses on strengthening social and political structures at all levels, as well as strengthening national capacity for peace in order to foster a "culture of peace" and to facilitate sustainable human development. The programme’s activities are aimed at developing a national strategy for conflict prevention based on results of the Peace and Development Analysis (PDA), assisting in integration of conflict prevention measures in province development plans, as well as to develop new initiatives for conflict prevention and recovery in order to find best solutions for current issues identified during the process.
HIV, TB and Malaria
Consolidation and expansion of the DOTS programme in Kyrgyzstan by providing access to diagnostics and treatment of drug-resistant tuberculosis.
The project will help strengthen national institutional capacities to reduce the incidence and mortality rate of tuberculosis.
The project will strengthen capacities of national institutions to fight malaria. The project activities will support environmental conditions to interrupt 3-day malaria transmission and preventing local transmissions. UNDP will also conduct awareness raising campaigns to involve citizens as part of the project.
As part of the project UNDP helps to improve HIV related policies and legislation at the national and local levels to ensure human rights based-approach and gender equality principles, overcoming stigma and discrimination. One of the key priorities of the project is mainstreaming HIV issues into national development strategies, sectoral and local plans.
Environment and Energy
Almost all Kyrgyzstan’s housing stock was constructed during Soviet period some 35-60 years ago without any regard to energy efficiency. These buildings are now in obsolete condition and do not provide for minimum hygienic and comfort living conditions. Energy use per square meter is almost 3-5 times as those in EU. The project aims at reducing energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions in Kyrgyzstan’s building sector by 30-40% as compared to the current level.
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are a class of synthetic organic chemicals that were used globally in various industries because of their chemical stability. In 1970s it was recognized that their chemical stability is also a serious threat to human health and environment. PCBs are considered to be immune-toxic and can damage human immune system, liver, skin, reproductive system, gastrointestinal tract and thyroid gland. The project activities will provide Kyrgyzstan with tools to minimize environmental and health risks associated with PCBs. As part of the project UNDP will identify PCBs, secure stockpiles and enhance overall awareness about the issue. The project is also aimed at strengthening regulatory measures in this area and supporting institutions in managing PCB.
The main goal of the project is to accelerate sustainable small hydropower (SHP) electricity generation in Kyrgyzstan. As part of the project UNDP will help introduce a competitive private power framework to supply the grid with SHP-generated electricity at market-determined prices, assist the Government in closing private sector funded SHP investments.