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In south Kyrgyzstan, multilingual education is path to opportunity and inclusion

In Kyrgyzstan, over 5,000 young people joined M-Report to have their voice heard

Kyrgyz mountain village is unlikely base for Australian child disability specialist

On Kyrgyz-Tajik border, peaceful relations are built with mortar and bricks

In Kyrgyz mountain village hospital, UNICEF helps resuscitators save child lives

Vitamin enriched flour to help prevent birth defects in Kyrgyzstan




Children with Disabilities: Home Sweet Home

In Kyrgyzstan, becoming multilingual is child’s play

Community kindergartens address preschool education gap in Kyrgyzstan

UNICEF and Red Jolbors Fest honour best advertisers for promoting social issues in Central Asia

Young people of Kyrgyzstan get their voices heard through video

Kyrgyzstan: Talking menstruation




Schools in Kyrgyzstan Aim to Make Hand Washing a Daily Routine for Every Child

Reaching out to the most disadvantaged and excluded

Rebirth of a village school




Children with disabilities in Kyrgyzstan: from shut-in care to respect in society

Reaching Remote Kyrgyzstan – En Route to Mother and Child Survival

Celebrating Diversity in a Renovated School

Towards tolerance through theatre




Empowering Young People in Post-Conflict Areas of Kyrgyzstan

How Erkin from a Youth Centre Has Solved the Water Supply Problem in his Village

Case Study on Narrowing the Gaps for Equity

Child Rights for Students of Journalism

Helping Children through Conflict Sensitive Reporting

New daycare centre gives hope to children with disabilities




Gulazyk Unites People of Different Ethnic Groups

Promoting Peace Together

Youth Centres Share Their Achievements

Opening the Doors of Youth Centres – opening up new opportunities for the country’s most vulnerable generation

Kyrgyzstan, Osh: UNICEF kits entice students to math and science lessons

Photo Essay: Rebirth of the Tolstoy School In Osh Province, Kyrgyzstan

One year after the conflict, hundreds of students return to newly built schools, but thousands of others still wait

Opening the Doors of Youth Centres – opening up new opportunities for the country’s most vulnerable generation

UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake visits youth centres rebuilding lives in Kyrgyzstan

“Knock-knock. Geniuses are being born here.”: Effective Perinatal Care in Batken

UNICEF’s support to the construction of proper latrines contributes to a cultural change

Young people in Osh build peace through volunteering, debating and sharing

Women building their lives together - Six months after the June 2010 emergency




Two schools in one building

The birth of a new school in Kyrgyzstan

Theatre comes to town, with a deeper message for the young audience

How UNICEF Kyrgyzstan is assisting children affected by the conflict to return to a safe learning environment

Kyrgyzstan’s top doctors work around the clock in hospitals in the affected areas to save children from diarrhea

Optimism before school starts after the summer

Reaching out to children in the South - Polio immunization in rural Kyrgyzstan

Child-friendly spaces for reading, drawing, playing together without fear

After violence tears apart communities in Kyrgyzstan, a brittle calm settles in

Diary Notes from the Trip to the Affected Areas in Kyrgyzstan

UNICEF helps displaced families start afresh after violence in Osh

For displaced families in Kyrgyzstan, a difficult road back from the brink

Amidst violence in southern Kyrgyzstan, a mother and son seek refuge

Gulyazyk Makes our Children Healthy and Clever

Saving newborns: revolutionary changes in the conservative field of medicine




Kyrgyzstan consolidates efforts soil-transmitted helminth

A Good Night Magic Touch for Every Child in Kyrgyzstan

TV and Radio for parents: new initiatives in Kyrgyzstan

A Mission to Live and Help Others Live a Full Life

Kyrgyzstan: “Shift” model for preschool education helps address issues of access

A Kyrgyz local hero fights to protect the rights of street children in Bishkek

Families in Kyrgyzstan hit hard by global recession

Teenager advocates for child-care reform at regional forum in Kyrgyzstan

OneMinutesJr workshop in Kyrgyzstan - Day 5

OneMinutesJr workshop in Kyrgyzstan – Day 4

OneMinutesJr workshop in Kyrgyzstan – Day 3

OneMinutesJr workshop in Kyrgyzstan – Day 2

OneMinutesJr workshop in Kyrgyzstan – Day 1

Hope on the verge of existence

A long way to school

Supporting the fragile ties of a family

Metamorphoses of the Most Popular Children’s Cartoon in Kyrgyzstan


A Community that Cares for Each and Every Child



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