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2019

ACTIVE COMMUNITIES (JIGERDUU JARANDAR) KYRGYZSTAN

Kyrgyzstan

Titre : ACTIVE COMMUNITIES (JIGERDUU JARANDAR) KYRGYZSTAN

The Active Communities Project is designed to improve people’s lives in Kyrgyzstan by helping communities, local governments, NGOs, and the private sector to solve problems of local concern.

Pays : Kyrgyzstan

Durée : Oct. 2019 – Sep. 2024

Contexte : The Kyrgyz Government’s Program for Development of Local Self-Government 2018-2023 aims to mobilize resources for local development and increase the level of citizen participation in solving local-level problems. Yet challenges remain for achieving this. For example, there is only a very limited level of collaboration between citizens, government authorities, non-government organizations, and the private sector. In addition, a lack of experience in self-government often disappoint when local initiatives do not yield their intended results.

The project will support the achievement of national priorities with regards to local development by strengthening citizen participation in democratic governance. It will also help local governments, communities, civil society organizations, and the private sector to better work together for achieving common goals.

Descriptif
The project will work with a number of municipalities in different regions of Kyrgyzstan to : * Provide the expertise and resources that local communities and governments need to work together and solve local problems ; * Strengthen partnerships between local communities and big national civil society organizations, and support their advocacy work to improve public services in the country ; * Strengthen citizens’ understanding of their legal rights and improve their access to justice.

Mise en œuvre : FHI 360

Partenaires : ACTED, Ferghana Valley Lawyers Without Borders

Budget  : $14 million

Agence de Développement International du Gouvernement des Etats Unis (USAID)

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