Mr. Ozonnia Ojielo, a citizen of Nigeria, joined UNDP in 2004. Before joining UN in the Kyrgyz Republic, Mr. Ojielo has been Regional Cluster Leader for Governance and Peacebuilding in Africa, Addis Ababa for the period from 2014 to 2017.
In 2011-2014, he was Coordinator for Conflict Prevention and Recovery UNDP’s Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery in New York. He previously served as Senior Peace and Development Adviser to the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Kenya and Chief of the Peacebuilding Programme of UNDP Kenya (2008-2011); Senior Governance Adviser to the UN Resident Coordinator, and Head of the Governance Programme of UNDP Ghana (2004-2008).
Mrs. Moldobaeva started her career at IOM in 2001 and has advanced in her career at IOM. Since 2002 she has been acting as an Officer-in-Charge at IOM Office in Kyrgyzstan and since 2010, she has in parallel assumed a position of the Regional Coordinator on Counter-Trafficking program in Central Asia.
Ms. Jamsran has 20 years of professional experience in international development, strategic and managerial leadership in gender and women’s issues in Moldova, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan for UNDP, UNIFEM and UN Women. Ulziisuren Jamsran worked as the UN Women Representative in Moldova, and Palestine.
Before joining UNICEF Kyrgyzstan CO, Ms. Christine Jaulmes has 18 years of experience in UNICEF. 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.
Ms. Louise Chamberlain has joined UNDP in the Kyrgyz Republic in May 2019. She started her career in 1994 as Investment Advisor and she has worked in Newsec AB (JSC) till 1999 in Stockholm. She worked in Palestine as Project Evaluator and Monitoring Assistant in 1999, and M&E Specialist inthe World Bank in 2000. Between 2003 and 2008 Ms. Chamberlain worked as Assistant Resident Representative (Programme) in UNDP Sri Lanka Colombo(Aug 2003-Aug 2005) and UNDP Somalia Nairobi(Mar 2006-Jul 2008). From 2008 to 2012 Ms. Chamberlain worked as Deputy Country Director (Programme) in Tanzania coordinating UNDP Tanzania Dar es Salaam. Between 2012 and 2018 Ms. Chamberlain worked as Country Director in UNDP Viet Nam Ha Noi(Aug 2012-Jul 2017) and UNDP Ethiopia Addis Ababa(July 2017-Nov 2018). From December 2018 to May 2019 Ms. Chamberlain worked as Resident Representative a.i. in Ethiopia coordinating UNDP Ethiopia. Ms. Chamberlain holds Master of Science M.Sc. equiv. (Business and Economics) from the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) of Sweden.
Viorel Gutu is FAO's Subregional Coordinator for Central Asia, FAO Representative for Turkey and Uzbekistan and as FAO Representative in Kyrgyzstan a.i. Before joining UN, Gutu was Deputy Minister of Agriculture in Moldova. He also served as economic affairs officer with the UN Transitional Administration in East Timor.
Ms. Sarybaeva assumed her functions as UNAIDS Country Manager in 2014. Prior to joining UNAIDS, she worked at UNDP Social development dimension in charge of HIV issues. Before that from 2002-2010 Meerim has worked for UNDP HIV Programme covering issues of coordination, human rights and legislation.
As of May 2016 Mr. Ryszard Komenda took up the position of Regional Representative with the OHCHR Regional Office for Central Asia. He was selected for this post after completing his job as the Senior Advisor on Human Rights to the UN Country Team in the Russian Federation.
From 2012 to 2017, Ms Pikkat was the Head of the UNESCO Tashkent Office and UNESCO Representative to Uzbekistan. Since April 2017, she is the Director of the UNESCO Almaty Office and UNESCO Representative to Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Ms Pikkat holds a Master's Degree in the English language and literature and a Master's Degree in Development Management.
Yasuko Oda was appointed UNHCR Regional Representative/ Coordinator for Central Asia in 2016. She began her career with the UN Refugee Agency in 1992 as an Associate Program Officer in Zambia, followed by subsequent assignments in Mozambique, Ethiopia, Montenegro, and Pakistan.
Mr. Bagnoli A. holds a broad professional experience across emergency and development contexts gained in Mozambique, Haiti, Zimbabwe, Tajikistan and WFP HQ. He worked as the Head of the Emergency Preparedness and Planning Unit in the WFP Headquarters, Head of Sub-Office in Haiti and Programme Officer in Mozambique and is well familiar with the Central Asian regional context as he was serving as Deputy Country Director in Tajikistan.