Project facilitation costs covering planning, implementation and resources as part of ODA projects in Kyrgyzstan
Improved public sector capability to implement reforms and prevent corruption, and improved government accountability to civil society
To strengthen the Kyrgyz political system by improving the responsiveness of Parliament and political parties to citizens’ expectations and needs, and supporting civil society to work more effectively with government. This will be achieved by building the institutional capacity of parliament and political parties to deliver more accountable and responsive governance, and supporting MPs and civil society organisations to take action to stop corrupt behaviours through activities such as public information campaigns, influencing new legislation, and promoting improved working practices in the public sector.
To develop policies which promote the employment of ex-prisoners and social reintegration of prisoners after release.
To improve stability in fragile areas of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan by improving border security, reducing conflict over natural resources, and countering the risk of violent extremist narratives influencing vulnerable young people
The project will send 6 Kyrgyz parliamentarians to the UK for engagement with the UK parliament, strengthening ties and promoting the reform of the Kyrgyz Parliamentary system. The visit will further improve inter-parliamentary links and establish a sustained dialogue between the key Kyrgyz and British MPs within the UK-Kyrgyzstan Friendship Group; help Kyrgyz MPs better understand the UK Parliamentary democracy as a possible model for future democratic development and will help to professionalise Kyrgyz MPs.
Contribution to a Council of Europe project to deliver capacity building and professional legal training for new generation of public leaders in Kyrgyzstan.
Help create a national institutional capacity in the field of information security in Kyrgyzstan, and contribute to an improved legal, technical and analytical response to global and regional information threats such as online radicalisation. The project will support the welfare and the development of Kyrgyzstan as it seeks to improve governance around the handling of security threats in the information sphere and encourage greater democratisation. Improved legislation and implementation will better support the protection of human rights of citizens affected by the law.
Stronger, diversified and inclusive private sector business environment and reduced risks from external shocks.
Assistance in line with UK objectives on Chevening Scholarships in Kyrgyzstan which enables students to pursue postgraduate study at UK higher education institutions, returning to contribute to the development of their home country