What we do
UNICEF is the global leader promoting and protecting children’s rights in 190 countries, including Turkmenistan.
UNICEF’s work in Turkmenistan
In the next five years, UNICEF Turkmenistan will support the Government of Turkmenistan in meeting its commitment to the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) as pledged in Turkmenistan’s National Plan of Action for Realization of the Rights of the Child (NPAC). The UNICEF Country Programme 2021 – 2025 will respond to all three strategic priorities of the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF).
While building on the results of the previous country programmes, UNICEF’s work in the future reflects the expanded scope of cooperation with the government of Turkmenistan. UNICEF will be partnering with more institutions to ensure equitable access to high-impact and quality health, nutrition and early childhood development services; to protect children from all forms of violence, ill-treatment and socio-economic vulnerabilities; as well as to increase access to quality inclusive education and learning opportunities for Turkmenistan’s children and youth.
UNICEF will focus its work around below components:
Also, UNICEF will continue to provide procurement services to support the national immunization and flour fortification programmes, and will continuously adapt them to the country’s needs, including in the case of emergencies.
Throughout UNICEF’s work, particular emphasis will be put on mainstreaming of
Evidence-based advocacy and communication
UNICEF continuously adjusts its advocacy and partnership strategies to effectively support our work and foster multi-stakeholder partnerships, including with civil society and the private sector.