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The 2012-2016 Country Program Action Plan signed by the Kyrgyz Government

© Photo taken by Farhad Imambakiyev, UNICEF
Bishkek, House of Government, 13 January 2012, Jonathan Veitch, UNICEF Representative and Ms. Asymbekova, Vice-Prime Minister on Social Affairs signed the Country Programme Action Plan 2012-2016

Bishkek, 13 January 2012.The Government of the Kyrgyz Republic and UNICEF signed the new Country Programme Action Plan for 2012-2016.

In the next five years UNICEF will support government and civil society efforts to increase equity and the social inclusion of children who need protection, who live in poverty and who are at risk of ethnic violence, so that they can exercise their rights.

“Kyrgyzstan is unable to address all social problems alone due to objective reasons and therefore we pay much attention to collaboration with international organizations” said Ms. Asymbekova, Vice Prime Minister on Social Affairs. “UNICEF assists the country to reduce child poverty, child and maternal mortality. There are two million children living in the country and they will need to develop fully and live healthily”.

© Photo taken by Farhad Imambakiyev, UNICEF
Bishkek, House of Government, 13 January 2012, Jonathan Veitch, UNICEF Representative and Ms. Asymbekova, Vice-Prime Minister on Social Affairs singing the Country Programme Action Plan 2012-2016

The programme will address the three key development challenges for the realization of child rights in Kyrgyzstan: poverty, social exclusion and vulnerability, and chronic system weaknesses. The Programme of Cooperation and Action Plan are based on national priorities and in line with the Mid-Term Development Programme 2012-2014and will support the country to improve policies, increase quality access for excluded children and families to health, education, nutrition and social services.

“A greater focus is given to equity so that children who are not covered by health programmes or education, mothers who do not have antenatal care and families who do not receive state social benefits can enjoy these services” said JonathanVeitch, UNICEF Representative. “This is the Government’s Programme and UNICEF remains committed to support the Government”.

Over the next five years UNICEF intends to raise $30 million to carry out planned activities.

For additional information, please contact:

FarhadImambakiyev, a.i. Chief of Communication, C4D Officer, Tel: +996 312 611211 (ext 223);

email: fimambakiyev@unicef.org

 

 
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