Monitoring the implementation of children's rights is one of the key objectives of UNICEF at the international and local level. In determining priorities for action and developing an action plan in Kazakhstan, a crucial role is played by a qualitative analysis of the situation in the country as a whole and in each region separately, as well as a careful assessment of legislation. Only detailed and objective information allows planning the most appropriate and effective approach.
UNICEF in Kazakhstan facilitates the collection of independent data, assists partners in conducting in-depth studies on childhood and motherhood issues, analyzes the situation of children and identifies critical barriers to the implementation of their rights. One of the priorities is to strengthen national capacity to collect, disseminate and use reliable disaggregated data, along with developing institutions of accountability and independence and building partnerships for effective monitoring of children's rights and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals until 2030.