On September 18, 24 and 26, 2019, the PA “Nur Jol Ber” held three one-day seminars for social workers and deputy directors of schools to present the developed training modules on combating human trafficking, exploitation and illegal migration. The seminar participants included representatives of nine pilot schools and one professional lyceum, that were selected in August after meetings of two experts of the PA “Nur Jol Ber” with school principals in At-Bashinsky, Narynsky and Ak-Talinsky districts of the Naryn Oblast. The participants discussed and proposed their additions and clarifications to the developed training modules.

From June 2019 to January 2020, the PA “Nur Jol Ber” implements the project “Prevention of Trafficking in Persons and Exploitation among Youth of the Naryn Region” with the support of the USAID Collaborative Governance Program implemented by the East-West Management Institute. The project is aimed to prevent and combat human trafficking by raising public awareness and legal awareness of students in secondary schools of three pilot districts of the Naryn Oblast.

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Social workers and deputy principles of nine pilot schools in At-Bashensky district of Naryn Oblast participated in a seminar to familiarize themselves with developed training modules on combatting human trafficking and exploitation among the youth in Naryn Oblast.

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Seminar participants in At-Bashinsky district were familiarized with the training modules on combating human trafficking, exploitation and illegal migration to ask questions, propose their additions and clarifications.

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Seminar participants from Narynsky district ask questions to familiarize with the training module on combating human trafficking, exploitation and illegal migration and provide their additions and comments.

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A trainer presents the training module on combating human trafficking, exploitation and illegal migration to receive a feedback of social workers and deputy principles of targeted schools to proceed with trainings for secondary school students.

 

On September 18-20, 2019, about 30 CSO representatives participated in a seminar on the methodology for alternative reporting on the implementation of the commitments of the 2018-2020 National Action Plan for building Open Government (Achyk Okmot) in the Kyrgyz Republic.
The USAID Collaborative Governance Program, in cooperation with the OSCE Program Office in Bishkek and the Secretariat of the Open Government Forum, organized the seminar in Issyk-Kul. The Open Government Partnership expert and envoy, Veronica Cretu, familiarized the participants with the history of creating the Partnership, trained the participants on the methodology for alternative reporting, and responded to their numerous questions. 
Following the seminar, a group of CSOs committed to developing alternative reports on the 11 (out of 18) commitments to be presented to the heads of state bodies in November this year. 
 
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Over 30 CSO representatives participated in a three-day seminar on CSO capacity building on methodology and approaches for alternative reporting on the implementation of the Kyrgyz Republic's commitments within the National Action Plan.

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Expert and envoy of the Open Government Partnership Veronica Cretu (to the right) and Co-Chair of the National Forum (Achyk Okmot) during the seminar at Issyk-Kul.

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Seminar participants working actively in a group.

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CSO representatives learning to build a team.

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The Open Government Partnership expert and envoy, Veronica Cretu, skillfully conducts a seminar by involving the participants into debates, discussions and organizing a group work and presentations.

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Avazkhan Ormonova from PF DIA presenting the results of the group work on data collection methodology.

PF "Baldarga Tirek" launched the project "Children of parents in labor migration" and the Public Association "Ulukman daryger" started the implementation of the project "Women who are victims of domestic violence." Based on the results of the competition held in the summer of 2019, two non-commercial organizations (NCOs) were selected for the implementation of two social benefit projects through the state social procurement mechanism.
The city of Karakol allocated 400 thousand soms from the local budget for the implementation of two projects. The projects to be implemented by the end of 2019.
The city of Karakol is a partner of the project "Strengthening the Capacity of the Ministry of Labor and Social Development and Target Municipalities to Implement State Social Procurement,” implemented by the Development Policy Institute with the support of the USAID Collaborative Governance Program.
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Public Association "Ulukman Daryger", as part of the project "Women who are victims of domestic violence", began training women in difficult situations at the Khimaya women's assistance and rehabilitation center, established with the support of the Soros Foundation-Kyrgyzstan. Women without education and qualification, who applied to the Khimaya center, after rehabilitation and training, will be able to earn a living by sewing or confectionery.

Dear friends,
Would you like to know about Zuhra’s strawberry business development? Why did Zuhra apply for the bank loan and how did Guarantee Fund help her advance the business development? 

Zuhra's Strawberry Farm by USAID Kyrgyz Republic on Exposure

Dear friends,
We bring to your attention an article on what problems arise if documents are not legally and timely executed, when buying and/or selling a car. We strongly recommend to obtain legal documents of ownership and do proper paperwork when buying and selling a car.
With introduction of the “Safe City” project last year, many citizens fully felt the consequences of a careless attitude to paperwork. Notifications to pay fines for breaking the traffic rules begin to come to registered car owners though some of them sold the car long ago but did not legally transfer the ownership for a car while selling it. 
More info: https://kaktus.media/doc/397517_doveriay_no_oformliay:_esli_voznikli_slojnosti_s_oformleniem_dokymentov.html
 
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Two years ago, Naziyat bought a car, but did not do a paperwork to legalize his ownership for the car. The old owner received fines of 20,000 soms.