The United Nations in the Kyrgyz Republic

The Kyrgyz Republic joined the United Nations on 2 March 1992 as a new independent state. Since then the UN has been supporting Kyrgyzstan to achieve its national priorities, which respond to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The UN System in Kyrgyzstan is made up of UN affiliated programmes, funds, specialized agencies and other entities working in the country. At present it consists of 27 members, 12 of which are non-residents.

The aim of the UN system in the Kyrgyz Republic is to assist the Country in implementing development reforms and provide support in the achievement of internationally agreed Sustainable Development Goals.

Read about the UN in the Kyrgyz Republic in this brochure.  

Salamat Sagynbekov
Caption: Salamat Sagynbekov, 15, in the backyard of his home, picking up apples for dinner in Shabdan village, Chon Kemin valley, Kyrgyzstan, 10 September 2019. Most of the food for his family is organic and home made, including fried fish from the river nearby, cooked by his mother; fresh salad and jams prepared from the vegetables and the fruit.
Photo: © UNICEF/ Bektur Zhanibekov

Milestones

The Sustainable Development Goals in Kyrgyz Republic

The UN and its partners in Kyrgyzstan are working towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradation, prosperity, and peace and justice for development that works for all people. The Goals interconnect and in order to leave no one behind, it is important to act in cooperation.