Social Justice Demonstration Fund project supports 11 projects initiated by rural communities in Kyrgyzstan. UNESCO Almaty Office supported creation of five electronic libraries, four multimedia centers and two ICT proposals at secondary schools within the joint EU-UN “Operationalising Good Governance for Social Justice” Project.
Near thirty thousand young women and men, schoolgirls and volunteers will improve access to information, basic services and participation in the local self-governance processes.
“After training of a two hundred young volunteers of multimedia center from the Ak-Talaa district of Naryn oblast we expect assistance to thousand villagers in communicating of the local development issues and participation in self- government processes”, – Ms Gulmira Ayanova, Deputy of Bayetov Aiyl Kenesh, Naryn oblast, Kyrgyzstan.
After training of a hundred young girls and a hundred young boys – volunteers of multimedia center from the Ak-Talaa district of Naryn oblast we expect their assistance to thousand villagers in communicating of the local development issues and participation in self- government processes – said Ms Gulmira Ayanova, Deputy of Bayetov Aiyl Kenesh, from Naryn oblast.
The UN system in Kyrgyzstan with support of the European Union developed a joint project to operationalize good governance in the context of improving access to public service delivery and addressing the rights of the most vulnerable groups (children, women and youth). The project started in October 2011 and will be implemented during 36 months until October 2014 in 30 rural municipalities in seven regions of Kyrgyzstan. This project is implemented by four UN Agencies – UNDP, UNICEF, UN Women and UNESCO. The European Union co-finances this project together with the above-mentioned UN agencies.
Source: Communication and Information – http://www.unesco.kz/new/en/unesco/news/2849