National Action Plan: Kyrgyzstan

Flag of Kyrgyz RepublicKyrgyzstan's NAP does not provide an overview of the development process or how UNSCR 1325 implementation fits into their country's context.  Its NAP was launched in 2013.

From a recent academic analysis: The Kyrgyzstan National Action Plan is only a matrix of activities and thus has very little information across the criteria featured below. Yet, the matrix itself is relatively detailed in setting out objectives and activities under each goal area. While the NAP does not specify an overall timeframe most of the activities are planned for 2013 and 2014 (Miller, Pournik, & Swaine, 2014).

 

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Kyrgyztan analysis: Miller, Pournik, Swaine

WILPF

WILPF International does not have a country section in the Kyrgyz Republic and therefore was not involved in the development process, or implementation of this NAP.

Civil Society Actors

NAP Development

There is no mention of the development process in this NAP.

NAP Implementation

Civil society organizations are not listed as responsible parties for the implementation of any Activities. There are however two mentions of civil society organizations in the Objectives section. One of the Objectives listed under Goal One; Elaboration of a system of institutional protection of women's and girls's rights in conflict prevention activities is to, " Improve mechanism of interaction of state authorities, local self government bodies, civil society organizations and international organizations. One of the Objectives listed under Goal Four; Creation and support of secure environment for women and girls is to "Intensify activities of local self-government bodies, state authorities and civil society organizations on ensuring a secure environment."

NAP Monitoring & Evaluation

There is no mention of any monitoring or evaluation in this NAP.

Government Actors

NAP Development

There is no mention of a development process in this NAP.

NAP Implementation

Several government ministries are listed as responsible parties for the implementation of Kyrgyz Republic's NAP in the Activities section. Included are several government ministries ranging from the Ministry of Justice to the Ministry of Health to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

NAP Monitoring & Evaluation

There is no mention of monitoring or evaluation for this NAP.

Objectives

There are five main goals to Kyrgyz Republic's NAP.

Though the NAP does not mention the four pillars from UNSCR 1325 (Protection, Participation, Prevention, Relief and Recovery) the goals are closely aligned to those themes:

  • Elaboration of a system of institutional protection of women's an girl's rights in conflict prevention activities.
  • Strengthening the role of women in the area of security, defense, public order and emergency situations, including at the decision-making level.
  • Development of zero-tolerance towards violence against women and girls in conflict situations. Creation and support of secure environment for women and girls.
  • Enhancement of readiness of response entities with consideration of women and girls protection in conflict situations. In addition to these goals, there are a set of objectives for each. For example, under Goal 1 - "Elaboration of a system of institutional protection of women's an girl's rights in conflict prevention activities", the NAP lists three objectives: Bring laws of the Kyrgyz Republic in the area of security into compliance with requirements of UN SC resolutions on women, peace and security Develop and introduce clinical protocols on medical and psychological aid
  • Improve mechanism of interaction of state authorities, LSGB, CSO and international organizations
Action/Activities

For each objective there is a set of activities listed. For example, for the objective, "Intensify activities of local self government bodies, state authorities, and civl society organizations on ensuring a secure environment" they list two activities: Creation of a shelter for victims of violence in the South and North of the country (one per each). Large-scale introduction of tested models of primary aid and rehabilitation to victims of violence at the local level.

Timeframe
A somewhat specific timeframe is set for each activity in this NAP ranging from 1st Quarter 2013 to 1st Quarter 2014 to 2013-2014.
Budget
The Kyrgyz NAP does not include an allocated or estimated budget and there are no other financial resource consideration references within the NAP.
Indicators
There is no mention of Indicators in this NAP.
Monitoring & Evaluation
There is no mention of monitoring or evaluation for this NAP.
Disarmament
There is no language on disarmament in this NAP.