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Food Security Information System project fosters strong collaboration among stakeholders in the Kyrgyz Republic










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    Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to the Kyrgyz Republic. Management response
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    The evaluation was very timely as the report provided a snapshot of current and historical activities prior to initiating the country programme framework (CPF) for 2018-2022. The comments and recommendations will be useful inputs to the new CPF. The evaluation reviewed much of the work the country office has been undertaking over the last several years and reinforced the continuation of priorities. It highlighted the office strengths as well as areas that could use improvement. As the country ha s only had one CPF (2010-2015, revised/updated in 2015-2017), the independent outside consultants provided objective and constructive comments to help the new CPF be more strategic. They also noted for a small country office with limited human resources, the CPF needs to consider an appropriate scale and scope so that it’s manageable. The conclusions pointed to the broad role FAO has played as a committed partner to the government and within the United Nations system as well as the challenge of entering new and more relevant areas of work including poverty alleviation and women’s empowerment. Furthermore many of the initiatives undertaken in the Kyrgyz Republic have been appreciated and effective. Still, improvements in monitoring, evaluation and data collection would help understand results better as well as assign attribution.
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    Carbon sequestration through climate investments in forests and rangelands in the Kyrgyz Republic (CS-FOR) 2023
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    FAO/GCF "Carbon Sequestration through climate investment in forests and rangelands in the Kyrgyz Republic (CS-FOR)" project was approved at the 24th meeting of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) Board on 14 November 2019 in Songdo, South Korea. The project agreement between FAO, in its capacity as Accredited Entity of the Green Climate Fund, and the Cabinet of Ministers of the Kyrgyz Republic was countersigned on 4 March 2022 in Bishkek and ratified by the Jogorku Kenesh (Parliament) Resolution № 233-VII dated 27 April 2022 and was declared effective by the GCF Secretariat on 25 October 2022. The Kyrgyz Republic’s updated Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement commits to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 15.97 percent by 2030. The goal of the CS-FOR project is to contribute to the development of a low carbon-emission and climate resilient economy, while capitalizing important co-benefits from adaptation and disaster risk reduction. The project will lead to the sequestration of 19.8 million tCO2eq in 20 years. These reductions represent 7.6 percent of the country’s total emissions, and 22.6 percent of the agricultural share of emissions. The objective of the project is to increase carbon sequestration through supporting climate investments in forests and rangelands and through reducing drivers of degradation and emissions via institutional support, participatory ecosystem-based sustainable management of natural resources and green growth investments.

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