Kyrgyzstan National Platform


As part of the implementation of the HFA 2005-2015, during the Third Session of the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in Geneva, Switzerland, in May 2011, the Kyrgyz delegation announced the creation of a National Platform on DRR of the Kyrgyz Republic, which was approved by the Secretariat of the UN International Strategy for Disaster Risk Reduction. To date, the Legal basis of the National Platform for DRR has been created, it is necessary to develop and adopt a by-law regulatory act regulating its activities, with the definition of status. The final document in the form of the “Concept of comprehensive protection of the population and the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic from emergency situations for 2018-2030 was approved by the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic dated January 29, 2018 No. 58.


The National Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction of the Kyrgyz Republic is a national mechanism for coordination and strategic leadership in the field of disaster risk reduction, which are multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary in nature, with the participation of all stakeholders, including government agencies, the private sector and civil society. Currently, the NP Secretariat for DRR is functioning, consisting of 2 specialists.


The work of the secretariat of the Platform was supported by international organizations accredited in the Kyrgyz Republic from 2011 to 2016. Logistical support for the activities of the Secretariat of the National Platform for DRR is provided at the expense of programs and projects implemented in the field of disaster risk reduction in the Kyrgyz Republic.


The national platform is a mechanism that serves to promote disaster risk reduction at various levels of government and provides coordination, analysis and recommendations in priority areas, development and implementation of strategic program-targeted measures in the field of disaster risk reduction in the country's development programs.


Activities are carried out in accordance with the Plan approved by the State Secretary of the Ministry of Emergencies of the Kyrgyz Republic.

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