The World Bank is one of the world's largest sources of funding and knowledge for transition and developing countries.  Its primary focus is on helping the poorest people and the poorest countries. The Bank's Mission is to fight poverty with passion and professionalism for lasting results.

The Bank helps people to take care of themselves and the world around them by providing resources, sharing information, building capacities and creating partnerships in public and private sectors. 

World Health Organization

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World Health Organization (WHO) is a special agency of the United Nations, consisting of 194 Member States, whose main function lies in solving the international health problems of the world's population. It was founded in 1948 with its Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.

Since the opening of the WHO Country Office in Kyrgyzstan in 1994, WHO has focused on: improving public health and addressing health inequities, health sector reform; and expanding access to quality health services.

GIZ in Kyrgyzstan

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Effective Support for Development

Kyrgyzstan is a partner country for German development cooperation. From the early 1990’s Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH (German federal enterprise for international cooperation) has been implementing here projects commissioned mainly by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

The Country Office of GIZ is based in Bishkek since 1992. It steers all GIZ activities in Kyrgyzstan and bears responsibility for the majority of the regional projects in Central Asia. Besides Bishkek office GIZ has offices in Osh and Jalal-Abad oblasts.



UNICEF LogoCollaborating with the civil sector, UNICEF helps the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic to fulfill its commitments to empower children, so that they can fully use their rights under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.


UNCT KG logo profile UNFPAUNFPA started providing assistance to the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic in 1992, supporting the preparation of the first National Population Census, supplying Reproductive Health commodities and building national capacity. The first Country Program was approved for 2000-2004. The second Country Program was planned for 5 years (2005-2009), then extended for 2 more years and covered 3 main areas: Reproductive Health, Population and Development strategies and Gender Equality. 

KfW Development Bank


Our Mission

KfW Development Bank carries out its work on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Co-operation and Development (BMZ). KfW finances investment and accompanying advisory services in developing and transition countries. In our projects, we work together closely with the organizations of technical cooperation. In order to heighten the developmental benefit for the partner country and put the funds to more efficient use, KfW Development Bank focuses its support on four areas in which it has many years of experience and special know-how.




Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible.  In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions into action — helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within. Now, and for the future.

Doctors Without Borders (MSF)



Kyrgyzstan is among the countries with the highest rates of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB). We strive to make tuberculosis treatment closer to the patients’ places of residence and minimize their stay in the hospital.

In 2018, we introduced the methodology for DR-TB treatment under video surveillance to increase patient compliance. We also assisted 103 primary health care facilities in Kara- Suu district and helped them start collecting sputum samples and thereby decentralize tuberculosis screening. By the end of the year, more than 70% of patients with DR-TB in Kara- Suu district were treated on out-patient basis and only a small number of patients remained in hospitals for close monitoring of side effects and their management.

In March 2018, the 7th MSF Regional Symposium was held in Bishkek on tuberculosis treatment, which brought together 160 experts from Europe and Asia. New approaches to treatment and expansion of the use of the latest TB drugs and diagnostic tools were discussed at the Symposium.



The USAID Cure Tuberculosis Project is an $18.5 million investment over five years that will assist the Kyrgyz government to diagnose, treat, and cure people with drug-resistant tuberculosis.

People at risk of tuberculosis (TB) are often among the hardest to reach, which can make it difficult for them to access health services. The Cure Tuberculosis Project will work closely with the Kyrgyz government to ensure that TB services are both high-quality and accessible, even for the country’s most hard-to-reach citizens. As stigma and discrimination often prevent people from getting the services they need, the Cure Tuberculosis Project will work to reduce tuberculosis stigma and discrimination among health care providers and the general public.


The youth movement in partnership with the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic promotes the promotion of a healthy lifestyle among the population and assists in the production of related media content: video filming, design development, and training. is a creative team. Our goal - using media products and modern technologies, to make a healthy lifestyle attractive and affordable for people of Kyrgyzstan and other countries of Central Asia.

Swiss support for Kyrgyzstan


The Swiss Government is promoting  development of the Kyrgyz Republic to improve the wellbeing of the population.

The motto of Swiss cooperation is partnership on the path towards sustainable development in Kyrgyzstan.

Over the last 25 years, Switzerland has provided Kyrgyzstan with more than 430 million Swiss francs in the form of technical, financial and humanitarian assistance, including 80 million in the field of healthcare.

MER Project



The Medical Education Reforms Project (MER Project)  is aimed to improve the quality of medical training, driven by the needs of practical health care in the Kyrgyz Republic and focused on the training of Family Physicians / General Practitioners.

The Project works in close cooperation with the Ministry of Health, which provides overall guidance to reform the system of medical education; as well as with the Ministry of Education and Science; KSMA named after I.K. Akhunbaev, KSMITR named after S.B. Daniyarov, KRSU named after B. Yeltsin, Faculty of Medicine at Osh State University and healthcare organizations and professional medical associations.

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