Emergency Response Plan, Final Report, February 2023
28 February 2023
Following the escalation of violence at the Kyrgyz-Tajik border in September 2022, the humanitarian response under the Emergency Response Plan (ERP) has been coordinated through the Disaster Response Coordination Unit (DRCU), co- chaired by the Minister of Emergency Situations and the United Nations Resident Coordinator and attended by all national and international humanitarian partners. During the reporting period, 18 humanitarian organizations worked to meet the population’s priority needs, guided by three strategic objectives set out in the ERP. During the reporting period, 18 humanitarian organizations worked to meet the population’s priority needs, guided by three strategic objectives set out in the ERP.
Strategic objective 1: Ensure the delivery of urgent lifesaving assistance for the most vulnerable people in the affected areas, including winterization, in line with their priorities and in support of the ongoing government’s response.
Strategic objective 2: Restore conditions of safety and dignity to the directly affected population, ensuring their access to urgently needed assistance, public basic services and protection assistance for adults and children, as well as their ability to participate meaningfully in the decisions that impact their lives. This includes mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS), legal support, and protection against sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA).
Strategic objective 3: Provide initial emergency livelihoods assistance to enable the resumption of basic productive activities.