Gender-sensitive budgeting in the Kyrgyz Republic
This paper describes the context , key activities and project objectives, thanks to which GSB case in KR can be considered successful. The cooperation experience between different players in GSB showcased the possibility and ability of a non-governmental organization to be a serious resource for budgeting policy in the country, as “Innovative solution Inc.”, at the request of state agencies, has analyzed and revised methodological fundamentals of the budgeting process to include a gender dimension in to these standards.
Monitoring of the Sustainable Development Goal Indicators in the Kyrgyz Republic
The Compendium contains statistical data that monitors achievement of the 16 Sustainable Development Goal, characterizing the main social-economic indicators of public life in 2010 and 2014-2018. The Compendium was prepared using data received by state statistical bodies from enterprises, organizations, the general public, and also administrative sources. More detailed information on the SDG indicators can be found on the national platform for SDG reporting at the address: https://sustainabledevelopment-kyrgyzstan.github.io/en/.
Voluntary National Review on the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in the Kyrgyz Republic
The preparation process of the Voluntary National Review of the Sustainable Development Goals in the Kyrgyz Republic was a collective multi-stakeholder and multi-sectoral endeavor based on partnership with all stakeholders. The Voluntary National Review of the Sustainable Development Goals in the Kyrgyz Republic reflects an assessment of the basic approaches applicable in the country in terms of achieving the SDGs, evaluating challenges and successes, and identifying areas where further work is needed. The first Voluntary National Review of the Sustainable Development Goals in the Kyrgyz Republic covers an assessment of 16 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG 14 has not been assessed). The Voluntary National Review also includes information related to the COVID-19 situation and measures taken by the country to combat the pandemic.
Gender and labour migration trainer’s manual
This manual is primarily designed for training mid-level government officials, parliamentarians and representatives of social partners on how to gender-mainstream migration policy by looking at the legal protections in place for migrant workers at the national, regional and international levels; the latest policy developments related to the labour migration of women in countries of origin; admission and post-admission policies; measures to reduce irregular labour migration; and possibilities for international co-operation on labour migration.