United Nations Common Country Analysis (CCA) for the Kyrgyz Republic
25 декабря 2021
This Common Country Analysis (CCA) provides the evidence base and analytical foundations for the UN Country Team’s programming in the Kyrgyz Republic for preparing the new UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework for 2023-2027. The CCA constitutes the UN system’s independent, integrated, forwardlooking and data-driven analysis of the context for sustainable development in the country. It is meant to serve as a guide the UN family’s ongoing support to the Government and people of the Kyrgyz Republic in their effort to build back better after the COVID-19 pandemic and to accelerate achievement of the country’s national Sustainable Development Goals and commitments to various international conventions and obligations.
The preparation of this CCA is the result of the collaborative efforts of the UN Country Team. The following agencies participated in the development of the CCA: UNDP, ILO, ITC, FAO, IOM, UNIDO, WFP, UN Women, UNFPA, UN Environment, OHCHR, UNODC, UNAIDS, UNECE, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNESCO, WHO and IFAD. I would like to thank the many UN staff members and other colleagues from partner organizations who were involved in the preparation of this report. Special appreciation goes to CCA Team Leader Nuria-Roza Choibaeva with support from Ekaterina Perfilyeva, (UN RCO) and the CCA chapter and section leads: Baktybek Kainazarov (UNFPA), Erkina Urazbaeva (UNDP), Umar Shavurov (UNDP), Artur Iatsevych (OHCHR), Kurtmolla Abdulganiyev (UN RCO), Gulnara Abdykalykova (UNDP), Elisabetta D’Amico (WFP), Ulukbek Usubaliev (UN RCO), and Sagipa Jusaeva (UN Women). Appreciation is also extended to Kanykey Orozbaeva, Nurshat Ababakirov, Olga Tarabashkina, Chris Howells, Temir Burzhubaev, and Tom Stephens (lead consultant) for their valuable support during the preparation of this report. Allow me to also express my thanks to the many participants who attended the workshops that were organized to discuss various sections of the draft report. Their names are listed in Annex F.
Ozonnia Ojielo, UN Resident Coordinator in the Kyrgyz Republic