Christine Jaulmes is the UNICEF Representative in the Kyrgyz Republic. She is based in Bishkek. As the UNICEF Representative, Ms Christine Jaulmes contributes to advancing children’s rights to protection, development and wellbeing as established by the Convention on the Rights of the Child. She provides leadership and vision to the UNICEF Kyrgyzstan and leverage resources for the achievement of results for children, heading UNICEF strong collaboration with the Kyrgyz government and other partners.
Prior to her appointment as the UNICEF Representative in the Kyrgyz Republic, Ms. Jaulmes was UNICEF Representative in Guinea-Bissau, West Africa.
Ms. Christine Jaulmes has 18 years of experience in UNICEF, during which she also served in Bangladesh, Nigeria and Chad. Christine Jaulmes is a national of France and her professional background is in the field of communications. She holds a Master’s Degree in Political Sciences, of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Science-Po) in Paris.