Programs In Kyrgyzstan

EWMI is partnering with the Ministry of Justice, the Supreme Court and civil society in the Kyrgyz Republic to implement a new, five-year justice support and gender equality program entitled “Ukuk Bulagy,” which means “source of rights” in Kyrgyz.

EWMI, in partnership with the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL), John Hopkins University, the Association of Civil Society Support Centers, and the Kyrgyzstan Development Institute is implementing the Kyrgyzstan Collaborative Governance Project (KCGP).

News In Kyrgyzstan

"I am the only girl in my family. Since childhood, I have been surrounded by lawyers. Therefore, when it came time to choose a profession, I didn't have much doubt. My parents supported me and wanted me to build a good career in my profession.

On August 17, 2020, the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan signed a decree launching a pilot project that for the first time will allow the public to comment on draft legislation online.

EWMI is closely following developments related to the current outbreak of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID – 19) and monitoring guidelines provided by relevant international, national and local public health authorities.

Access to finance is crucial to farmers and business owners in Kyrgyzstan struggling to succeed. Unfortunately, stringent collateral requirements often keep many small businesses from obtaining loans to grow beyond their family-operated enterprise.

The Ministry of Justice of the Kyrgyz Republic, with the support of EWMI’s USAID Collaborative Governance (CGP) Program, inaugurated two Free Legal Aid Centers (FLACs) in the cities of Cholpon-Ata and Balykchi in the Issyk-Kul Oblast on June 22, 2018.

EWMI is pleased to announce a new guest lecture series for university and college students in the Kyrgyz Republic aimed at improving students’ knowledge of the role and structure of the judicial system.

On May 25 and June 1, the Collaborative Governance Program (CGP), in partnership with the Association of Nonprofit Management Educators and Jalal-Abad and Talas State Universities, opened two new nonprofit management (NPM) resource centers.

The UN Women Country Office in the Kyrgyz Republic and the UNiTE to End Violence Against Women and Girls National Movement in Kyrgyzstan have issued a report and video detailing their very successful 16 Days of Activism Again

Today the global civil society sector is widely recognized as a major economic force.  In a national study carried out by the Kyrgyz national Statistical Committee, in conjunction with Johns Hopkins University and the United Nations Volunteers Program in the Kyrgyz Republic, 2.3% of GDP and

On October 23, 2013, EWMI’s Collaborative Governance Program organized a conference entitled “Social Procurement: International and Kyrgyzstan Experience” in partnership with the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL) and UNICEF.  Representatives of Kyrgyzstan’s government, inclu