What we do
UNICEF is the global leader promoting and protecting children’s rights in 190 countries, including Kyrgyzstan.
UNICEF’s work in Kyrgyzstan
In Kyrgyzstan, UNICEF’s Country Programme 2023 - 2027 aims to reach the most disadvantaged children. UNICEF works at policy level with the Government to improve the social system, and on the ground to make sure that this system reaches all children, with a particular emphasis on the most vulnerable.
UNICEF works across sectors of child protection, health, social policy, early childhood development and education, WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene), response in emergencies, climate change and disaster risk preparedness, children with disabilities and youth.
Download our brief fact sheet about the Country Programme and explore our work.
Child Protection and Inclusion
Child safety through protection and inclusion
UNICEF works to improve the policies and services that protect all children. We aim to make Kyrgyzstan a safe and inclusive place for children to grow.
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Climate Change and Resilience
Responding to climate change and building resilience
UNICEF advocates for national investments in preventing climate change consequences for children.
Explore our climate change and emergency preparedness initiatives