Central Asia - Kyrgyzstan | 9 Stories
Half of children in Kyrgyzstan don't have gadgets for distance learning
Since the Covid-19 pandemic occurred, online learning has become a new reality for the world, but this process has not been a success in Kyrgyzstan. This infographic shows and discusses many issues facing school children and their families in the era of online education.
Views: 156 | 29/06/2021
Why many orphans in Kyrgyzstan don't receive state allowance?
Every orphan in the Kyrgyz Republic has a right to receive a monthly social allowance (MSA). While a child is in the orphanage, MSA is accumulated and as soon as the child leaves the institution, the accumulated amount must be given to them. According to the study conducted in 2015 many orphans who have graduated from the orphanage haven't received this allowance. In 2019 when the follow-up study was conducted it was reported that the situation has actually worsened in comparison to the 2015th situation.
Views: 150 | 01/02/2021
Why is teenage pregnancy rate high in Kyrgyzstan?
First of all, low use of contraception: only 1 out of 10 teens in union has safe sex.
Views: 440 | 27/01/2020
How far should one go to get rid of pain in Kyrgyzstan ?
Each day of prolongation might equal days of pain to the hundreds of people in the country.
Views: 211 | 23/01/2020
Is there a safe place for women in Kyrgyzstan?
According to the National Statistical Committee and non-governmental organizations, women in Kyrgyzstan are safe neither at home, nor outside. Since women often do not report threats or crimes that were committed against them, in reality, the safety of women in Kyrgyzstan might be even worse.
Views: 250 | 08/01/2020
BISHKEK IS A HEAT DESERT WITHOUT TREES
In 20 years the public green spaces per person decreased by 80.5%
Views: 668 | 22/07/2019
Central Asia: 10 Year Challenge
What has changed in Central Asia in the past 10 years? Answers can be found in this story by Natalia Lee.
Views: 238 | 22/02/2019
Country: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan
"This game is not for you" Why are there so few women in Kyrgyz politics?
The laws of Kyrgyzstan are becoming friendlier to women. However, society itself does not fully understand that not only men can make fateful decisions for the country.
Views: 449 | 29/01/2019
Constitution vs. Reality for LGBTQ of Kyrgyzstan
The values of equality and freedom, which are granted by the Constitution, do not always work. Constitutional norms are nominal when it comes to LGBTQ rights.
Views: 227 | 28/01/2019