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Brochure for the 3rd EPR of Kyrgyzstan

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Environmental Performance Review Programme

An environmental performance review (EPR) is an external assessment of the progress a country has made in reconciling its environmental and economic targets and in meeting its international environmental commitments. Since 1991 the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has been implementing the EPR Programme for its members. Pursuant to a decision by Ministers of Environment at their Second Environment for Europe Ministerial Conference (Lucerne, Switzerland, 1993), the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) has been carrying out EPRs in interested countries. The main objectives of the EPR Programme are:

 To assist countries to improve their management of the environment and associated environmental performance by making concrete recommendations for better policy design and implementation;  To promote the exchange of information among

countries about policies and experiences;  To help integrating environmental policies into

sector-specific economic policies, such as agricultural, energy, transport and health policies;  To promote greater accountability to the public;  To strengthen cooperation with the international

community;  To contribute to the achievement and monitoring

of the relevant SDGs. As a voluntary exercise, EPR is undertaken at the request of the country under review. The assessment team, made up of international experts,

meets with national experts and representatives of civil society and international community in the country under review to discuss issues covered by the review. EPR contains recommendations for further improvement, taking into consideration the country’s progress since the previous review. ECE Expert Group on EPRs expert reviews the EPR. Subsequently, the ECE Committee on Environmental Policy peer reviews the EPR recommendations and adopts them. First-cycle EPRs established baseline conditions regarding trends, policy commitments, institutional arrangements and routine capabilities for carrying out national evaluations. Since 1996, the following countries of the ECE region carried out a First EPR: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan (in 2012 according to third-cycle EPRs methodology), Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Yugoslavia. Second-cycle EPRs assessed progress and helped to stimulate greater accountability. Emphasis was placed on implementation and financing of environment policy, the integration of environmental concerns into economic sectors and the promotion of sustainable development. Since 2000, ECE has carried out second EPRs in Albania, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

At the Seventh Environment for Europe Ministerial Conference (Astana, 2011), Ministers reaffirmed their support to the ECE EPR Programme. They invited ECE to pursue a third cycle. At the Eighth Environment for Europe Ministerial Conference (Batumi, Georgia, 2016), Ministers highlighted the role of EPRs in supporting the achievement and monitoring of Sustainable Development Goals. Third-cycle EPRs focus on environmental governance and financing in a green economy context, countries’ cooperation with the international community and environmental mainstreaming in priority sectors. Since 2017, EPRs address relevant Sustainable Development Goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Since 2012, ECE has conducted third EPRs in Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Third EPRs of Armenia and Azerbaijan are on-going. The efficiency and effectiveness of the EPR methodology have attracted the attention of countries outside ECE region, leading to requests for a transfer of know-how from ECE to other United Nations regional commissions. Morocco was the first country outside the ECE region for which a review was carried out by ECE in cooperation with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, followed by Mongolia in cooperation with United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. A second review for Morocco was carried out in 2020-2021.

Review mission: 16–24 May 2022 Period covered by the 3rd EPR: 2010–2022

Outline of the Review 1. Legal, policy and institutional framework (Nick Bonvoisin,

UNECE, [email protected]) 2. Regulatory and compliance assurance mechanisms

(Vadim Ni, UNECE consultant, [email protected]) 3. Greening the economy and financing environmental

protection (Saraly Andrade de Sa, UNECE Consultant, [email protected])

4. Environmental monitoring and information (Tomas Marques, UNEP, [email protected])

5. Public participation and education for sustainable development (Marianna Bolshakova, UNEP, [email protected])

6. Implementation of international agreements and commitments (András Guti, Hungary, [email protected])

7. Climate change (Alessandra Fidanza, Italy, [email protected]; [email protected], Teodora Obradovikj Grncharovska, UNECE consultant, [email protected])

8. Air protection (Katherine Hall, UNEP, [email protected])

9. Water management (Nils Fuehrer, Germany, [email protected])

10. Waste and chemicals management (Marina Khotuleva, UNECE consultant, [email protected])

11. Biodiversity and protected areas (Zbigniew Niewiadomski, UNECE consultant, [email protected])

12. Health and the environment (Sylvie Eymard, France, [email protected])

13. Agriculture and the environment (Hiqmet Demiraj, UNECE Consultant, [email protected])

14. Forestry and the environment (Sarangoo Radnaaragchaa, UNECE, [email protected])

15. Energy and the environment (Viktor Badaker, UNECE, [email protected])

16. Industry, mining and the environment (Karin Fuéri, UNECE, [email protected])

17. Transport and the environment (Martin Dagan, UNECE, [email protected])

18. Risk management of natural and technological or anthropogenic hazards (Chris Dijkens, UNECE Consultant, [email protected])

Annexes

1. Status of implementation of recommendations of the 2nd EPR of Kyrgyzstan

2. Highlights of SDG targets addressed in the 3rd EPR of Kyrgyzstan

3. Participation of Kyrgyzstan in multilateral environmental agreements

4. List of major environment-related legislation 5. Sources

Implementation of recommendations of the 2nd EPR of Kyrgyzstan will be addressed in respective chapters

EPR-relevant SDGs will be addressed in respective chapters

Gender and environmental human rights issues will be addressed in respective chapters (Amy Choi, UNECE consultant, [email protected]) Contact information

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland Palais des Nations

Antoine Nunes

Programme Manager [email protected]

Angela Sochirca

Environmental Affairs Officer [email protected]

Oksana Rott

Logistics coordinator [email protected]

Environmental Performance Reviews EPR reports may be obtained from bookstores and distributors throughout the world. Free access to EPR reports is also available on our website.

Visit our website: http://www.unece.org/env/epr/

Contact us:

[email protected]

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe

ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE

REVIEWS

Kyrgyzstan

3rd Review

Brochure for the 3rd EPR of Kyrgyzstan

Languages and translations
English

Environmental Performance Review Programme

An environmental performance review (EPR) is an external assessment of the progress a country has made in reconciling its environmental and economic targets and in meeting its international environmental commitments. Since 1991 the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has been implementing the EPR Programme for its members. Pursuant to a decision by Ministers of Environment at their Second Environment for Europe Ministerial Conference (Lucerne, Switzerland, 1993), the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) has been carrying out EPRs in interested countries. The main objectives of the EPR Programme are:

 To assist countries to improve their management of the environment and associated environmental performance by making concrete recommendations for better policy design and implementation;  To promote the exchange of information among

countries about policies and experiences;  To help integrating environmental policies into

sector-specific economic policies, such as agricultural, energy, transport and health policies;  To promote greater accountability to the public;  To strengthen cooperation with the international

community;  To contribute to the achievement and monitoring

of the relevant SDGs. As a voluntary exercise, EPR is undertaken at the request of the country under review. The assessment team, made up of international experts,

meets with national experts and representatives of civil society and international community in the country under review to discuss issues covered by the review. EPR contains recommendations for further improvement, taking into consideration the country’s progress since the previous review. ECE Expert Group on EPRs expert reviews the EPR. Subsequently, the ECE Committee on Environmental Policy peer reviews the EPR recommendations and adopts them. First-cycle EPRs established baseline conditions regarding trends, policy commitments, institutional arrangements and routine capabilities for carrying out national evaluations. Since 1996, the following countries of the ECE region carried out a First EPR: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan (in 2012 according to third-cycle EPRs methodology), Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Yugoslavia. Second-cycle EPRs assessed progress and helped to stimulate greater accountability. Emphasis was placed on implementation and financing of environment policy, the integration of environmental concerns into economic sectors and the promotion of sustainable development. Since 2000, ECE has carried out second EPRs in Albania, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

At the Seventh Environment for Europe Ministerial Conference (Astana, 2011), Ministers reaffirmed their support to the ECE EPR Programme. They invited ECE to pursue a third cycle. At the Eighth Environment for Europe Ministerial Conference (Batumi, Georgia, 2016), Ministers highlighted the role of EPRs in supporting the achievement and monitoring of Sustainable Development Goals. Third-cycle EPRs focus on environmental governance and financing in a green economy context, countries’ cooperation with the international community and environmental mainstreaming in priority sectors. Since 2017, EPRs address relevant Sustainable Development Goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Since 2012, ECE has conducted third EPRs in Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Third EPRs of Armenia and Azerbaijan are on-going. The efficiency and effectiveness of the EPR methodology have attracted the attention of countries outside ECE region, leading to requests for a transfer of know-how from ECE to other United Nations regional commissions. Morocco was the first country outside the ECE region for which a review was carried out by ECE in cooperation with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, followed by Mongolia in cooperation with United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. A second review for Morocco was carried out in 2020-2021.

Review mission: 16–24 May 2022 Period covered by the 3rd EPR: 2010–2022

Outline of the Review 1. Legal, policy and institutional framework (Nick Bonvoisin,

UNECE, [email protected]) 2. Regulatory and compliance assurance mechanisms

(Vadim Ni, UNECE consultant, [email protected]) 3. Greening the economy and financing environmental

protection (Saraly Andrade de Sa, UNECE Consultant, [email protected])

4. Environmental monitoring and information (Tomas Marques, UNEP, [email protected])

5. Public participation and education for sustainable development (Marianna Bolshakova, UNEP, [email protected])

6. Implementation of international agreements and commitments (András Guti, Hungary, [email protected])

7. Climate change (Alessandra Fidanza, Italy, [email protected]; [email protected], Teodora Obradovikj Grncharovska, UNECE consultant, [email protected])

8. Air protection (Katherine Hall, UNEP, [email protected])

9. Water management (Nils Fuehrer, Germany, [email protected])

10. Waste and chemicals management (Marina Khotuleva, UNECE consultant, [email protected])

11. Biodiversity and protected areas (Zbigniew Niewiadomski, UNECE consultant, [email protected])

12. Health and the environment (Sylvie Eymard, France, [email protected])

13. Agriculture and the environment (Hiqmet Demiraj, UNECE Consultant, [email protected])

14. Forestry and the environment (Sarangoo Radnaaragchaa, UNECE, [email protected])

15. Energy and the environment (Viktor Badaker, UNECE, [email protected])

16. Industry, mining and the environment (Karin Fuéri, UNECE, [email protected])

17. Transport and the environment (Martin Dagan, UNECE, [email protected])

18. Risk management of natural and technological or anthropogenic hazards (Chris Dijkens, UNECE Consultant, [email protected])

Annexes

1. Status of implementation of recommendations of the 2nd EPR of Kyrgyzstan

2. Highlights of SDG targets addressed in the 3rd EPR of Kyrgyzstan

3. Participation of Kyrgyzstan in multilateral environmental agreements

4. List of major environment-related legislation 5. Sources

Implementation of recommendations of the 2nd EPR of Kyrgyzstan will be addressed in respective chapters

EPR-relevant SDGs will be addressed in respective chapters

Gender and environmental human rights issues will be addressed in respective chapters (Amy Choi, UNECE consultant, [email protected]) Contact information

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland Palais des Nations

Antoine Nunes

Programme Manager [email protected]

Angela Sochirca

Environmental Affairs Officer [email protected]

Oksana Rott

Logistics coordinator [email protected]

Environmental Performance Reviews EPR reports may be obtained from bookstores and distributors throughout the world. Free access to EPR reports is also available on our website.

Visit our website: http://www.unece.org/env/epr/

Contact us:

[email protected]

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe

ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE

REVIEWS

Kyrgyzstan

3rd Review

UNECE and partners build capacities to enhance exports of agricultural produce from Central Asia

Central Asia is well placed to produce fresh and dried fruit and vegetables. Countries like Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan are important producers of dried fruit, in particular apricots. However, traders from the region have been facing challenges with diversifying their export portfolios and tapping higher-end markets.

Using the national population census to improve official statistics on stateless persons in the Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyzstan)

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Using the national population census to improve official

statistics on stateless persons in the Kyrgyz Republic

Gulhumar Abdullayeva,

Head of the Demographic Statistics Department

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

Workshop on the International Recommendations on Refugee,

IDP and Statelessness Statistics

Geneva, Switzerland, UN Palais des Nations, May 6, 2024

Legal framework

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

 Constitution of the Kyrgyz Republic

 Law of the Kyrgyz Republic "On Citizenship of the Kyrgyz Republic"

 Law of the Kyrgyz Republic "On External Migration"

 Law of the Kyrgyz Republic "On the Legal Status of Foreign Citizens in the

Kyrgyz Republic"

 Law of the Kyrgyz Republic "On Acts of Civil Status"

The legislation of the KR does not provide for the provision of an international

standard:

 National legislation ensures that quantitative data on stateless persons is publicly

available (from the Global Plan of Action to End Statelessness 2014-24, UNHCR,

paragraph 10). UNHCR, Paragraph 10)

Population census - source of data on stateless persons

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

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Population and Housing Census of the Kyrgyz Republic 2022 (from

March 25 to April 3, 2022).

Model block of questions on labor migration developed for EAEU and CIS

member states

Collection of information on stateless persons: by gender, age, nationality,

level of education, employment and other categories.

Monitoring of SDG 16.9.1 indicators in the CD:

"Proportion of children under five whose births were registered with civil

authorities, by age."

UNHCR support in Kyrgyzstan

to prevent the spread of COVID-19 during the census

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

Provision of personal protective equipment for census staff and

consumables for conducting training sessions for census staff

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Basic census enumeration units

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

• Person - a citizen of the KR, a foreign citizen and a stateless person permanently (usually) residing or temporarily staying in the territory of the KR, as well as temporarily absent at the time of the population count.

• Stateless person - a person who is not a citizen of the Kyrgyz Republic

and has no proof of his/her belonging to the citizenship of another

state.

• Asylum seekers - persons who wish to be admitted to the country as

refugees and are awaiting a decision on their asylum claims in

accordance with available international and national legislation. 4

Census questionnaires

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

The permanent (usually) resident population includes:

 All citizens of the KR, foreign citizens and stateless persons

permanently (usually) residing in the republic, who at the time of

the population count were at their place of residence (place of

stay) in the territory of the KR.

 Foreign citizens and stateless persons who came to the KR for

work, study or other purposes for a period of 1 year or more.

 Persons who arrived within 12 months prior to the census, with

the intention to stay for at least 1 year, as well as those who

arrived in search of asylum but have not yet obtained a

residence permit if their stay in the KR is 1 year or more.

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Census questionnaires

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

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Question: Your country of citizenship

Citizenship is defined as a person's legally established belonging to a State

Persons without citizenship: code 999 "stateless"

Form 2 "Census Questionnaire -

Population"

Form 4 "Census form - Former household members

currently living abroad"

Form 5 "Census List - Temporarily staying (residing) on the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic, staying in a

collective residence institution, etc.".

Structure of the stateless population

by age and gender, in %

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

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77.3%.

21.7%.

0.9%.

84.2%.

14.1%.

1.7%.

моложе трудоспособного

возраста

в трудоспособном возрасте

старше трудоспособного

возраста

Note on age categories:

• Younger than working age - children and adolescents aged 0-15 years old

• At working age - men 16-62 years old and women 16-57 years old

• Older working age - men 63 years and older, women 58 years and older

Distribution of stateless population by sex, age groups and

duration of residence in the Kyrgyz Republic

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

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Всего Мужчины Женщины

Всего проживают в КР лиц

без гражданства, человек 5 887 3 203 2 684 4 997 2 651 2 346

моложе трудоспособного 4 737 2 477 2 260 4431 2317 2114

в трудоспособном возрасте 1 074 696 378 531 320 211

старше трудоспособного 76 30 46 35 14 21

Удельный вес в общем числе

лиц без гражданства, в % 100,0 54,4 45,6 100,0 82,8 87,4

Из общего числа проживают с

рожденияВсего Мужчины Женщины

Distribution of stateless persons by sex and place of residence,

thousand persons

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

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Distribution of the population aged 15 years and older who have

lived continuously for 1 year or more in another country, by

reasons for arrival in the Kyrgyz Republic

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

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Total

including:

Work Study

Family

circumsta

nces

Medical

treatment,

rehabilitatio

n

Return

to

previous

place of

residence

Change

of

housing

condition

s

Searching

for shelter

Environme

ntal

disasters

and

natural

disasters

Another

reason

Total continuously

residing for 1 year or

more in another

country

156 545 17 253 14 549 58 269 422 46 431 8 281 1 310 158 9 872

under working age 8 945 42 372 6 466 21 1 019 537 72 12 404

working age 122 459 15 754 13 502 42 334 285 36 418 6 200 998 123 6 845

over working age 25 141 1 457 675 9 469 116 8 994 1 544 240 23 2 623

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http://www.stat.kg/

National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

Thank you for your attention!

  • Slide 1: Using the national population census to improve official statistics on stateless persons in the Kyrgyz Republic
  • Slide 2: Legal framework
  • Slide 3: Population census - source of data on stateless persons
  • Slide 4: UNHCR support in Kyrgyzstan to prevent the spread of COVID-19 during the census
  • Slide 5: Basic census enumeration units
  • Slide 6: Census questionnaires
  • Slide 7: Census questionnaires
  • Slide 8: Structure of the stateless population by age and gender, in %
  • Slide 9: Distribution of stateless population by sex, age groups and duration of residence in the Kyrgyz Republic
  • Slide 10: Distribution of stateless persons by sex and place of residence, thousand persons
  • Slide 11: Distribution of the population aged 15 years and older who have lived continuously for 1 year or more in another country, by reasons for arrival in the Kyrgyz Republic
  • Slide 12
Russian

Использование национальной переписи населения

для улучшения официальной статистики по

лицам без гражданства в Кыргызской Республике

Гульхумар Абдуллаева,

Заведующая отделом демографической статистики

Национального статистического комитета Кыргызской Республики

Workshop on the International Recommendations on Refugee,

IDP and Statelessness Statistics

Geneva, Switzerland, UN Palais des Nations, 6 May 2024

Нормативно-правовая база

Национальный статистический комитет Кыргызской Республики 2

 Конституция Кыргызской Республики

 Закон КР «О гражданстве Кыргызской Республики»

 Закон КР «О внешней миграции»

 Закон КР «О правовом положении иностранных граждан в КР»

 Закон КР «Об актах гражданского состояния»

Законодательство КР не предусматривает обеспечение

международного стандарта:

 Национальное законодательство обеспечивает, что

количественные данные о лицах без гражданства публично

доступны (из Глобального плана действии по ликвидации

безгражданства 2014-2024 гг. УВКБ ООН, Пункт 10)

Перепись населения - источник данных о

лицах без гражданства

Национальный статистический комитет Кыргызской Республики 3

Перепись населения и жилищного фонда Кыргызской

Республики 2022 года (с 25 марта по 3 апреля 2022г.)

 Модельный блок вопросов по трудовой миграции

разработанный для государств-членах ЕАЭС и СНГ

 Сбор информации по лицам без гражданства: по полу,

возрасту, национальности, уровню образования, занятости и

др. категориям.

Мониторинг показателей ЦУР 16.9.1 в КР:

 «Доля детей в возрасте до пяти лет, рождение которых было

зарегистрировано в гражданских органах, в разбивке по

возрасту».

Поддержка УВКБ ООН в Кыргызстане

в целях предотвращения распространения COVID-19

в ходе переписи

Национальный статистический комитет Кыргызской Республики

 Обеспечение средствами индивидуальной защиты для

переписного персонала и расходными материалами для

проведения обучающих тренингов для переписного персонала

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Основные единицы учета при переписи

Национальный статистический комитет Кыргызской Республики

• Лицо – гражданин КР, иностранный гражданин и лицо без гражданства, постоянно (обычно) проживающее или временно находящееся на территории КР, а также временно отсутствующее на момент счета населения.

 Лицо без гражданства – лицо, не являющееся гражданином КР и

не имеющее доказательств своей принадлежности к гражданству

другого государства.

 Лица, ищущие убежища – лица, желающие быть допущенными в

страну в качестве беженцев и ждущие решения по своим

заявлениям на статус беженца в соответствии с имеющимися

международными и национальными законодательными нормами.

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Вопросники переписи

Национальный статистический комитет Кыргызской Республики

Постоянно (обычно) проживающее население включает:

 Все постоянно (обычно) проживающие в республике

граждане КР, иностранные граждане и лица без

гражданства, находившиеся на момент счета населения по

месту жительства (месту пребывания) на территории КР.

 Иностранные граждане и лица без гражданства, которые

прибыли в КР на работу, на учебу или с другой целью на

срок 1 год и более.

 Лица, прибывшие в течение 12 месяцев до момента

переписи, с намерением проживать не менее 1 года, а также

прибывшие в поисках убежища, но еще не получившие

вид на жительство, если их пребывание в КР составляет 1

год и более.

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Вопросники переписи

Национальный статистический комитет Кыргызской Республики 4

Вопрос: Страна Вашего гражданства

Гражданство определяется как установленная законом

принадлежность лица к тому или иному государству

Лица, не имеющие гражданства: код 999 «без гражданства»

Форма 2 «Переписной

лист – Население»

Форма 4 «Переписной

лист – Бывшие члены

домохозяйства, в настоящее время проживающие за

границей»

Форма 5 «Переписной лист – Временно пребывающие

(проживающие) на территории КР, находящиеся в учреждении коллективного проживания и

др.»

Структура населения без гражданства

по возрасту и полу, в %

Национальный статистический комитет Кыргызской Республики 8

77.3%

21.7%

0.9%

84.2%

14.1%

1.7% моложе

трудоспособного

возраста

в трудоспособном

возрасте

старше

трудоспособного

возраста

Примечание по возрастным категориям:

• Моложе трудоспособного возраста - дети и подростки в возрасте 0-15 лет

• В трудоспособном возрасте - мужчины 16-62 года и женщины 16-57 лет

• Старше трудоспособного возраста - мужчины 63 года и старше, женщины 58

лет и старше

Распределение населения без гражданства по полу,

возрастным группам и продолжительности

проживания в Кыргызской Республике

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Оба пола Мужчины Женщины

Из общего числа проживают с

рождения

Оба пола Мужчины Женщины

Всего проживают в КР лиц

без гражданства, человек 5 887 3 203 2 684 4 997 2 651 2 346

моложе трудоспособного

возраста 4 737 2 477 2 260 4431 2317 2114

в трудоспособном возрасте 1 074 696 378 531 320 211

старше трудоспособного

возраста 76 30 46 35 14 21

Удельный вес в общем числе

лиц без гражданства, в % 100,0 54,4 45,6 100,0 53,1 46,9

Распределение лиц без гражданства по полу и месту

проживания, тыс. человек

Национальный статистический комитет Кыргызской Республики 10

Распределение населения в возрасте 15 лет и старше,

проживавшего непрерывно 1 год и более в другой

стране, по причинам прибытия в КР

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Всего

в том числе:

Работа Учеба

Семейны

е обстоя-

тельства

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ское

лечение,

реабили-

тация

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прежнее

место

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условий

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Экологи-

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неблаго-

получие

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ные

бедствия

Другая

причина

Всего

проживавших

непрерывно 1 год

и более в другой

стране, человек

156 545 17 253 14 549 58 269 422 46 431 8 281 1 310 158 9 872

моложе

трудоспособного 8 945 42 372 6 466 21 1 019 537 72 12 404

в трудоспособном

возрасте 122 459 15 754 13 502 42 334 285 36 418 6 200 998 123 6 845

старше

трудоспособного 25 141 1 457 675 9 469 116 8 994 1 544 240 23 2 623

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EVAL_ENV_FinalPR_DamSafety_31Dec2024

Evaluation of the Project
Capacity Building for Cooperation on Dam Safety in Central Asia (July 2021)
Final Progress Report as of 31 December 2023

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Evaluation of the Project Capacity Building for Cooperation on Dam Safety in Central Asia (July 2021)

Final Progress Report as of 31 December 2023

# Recommendation Management response Responsibility Date of implementation/comments

1 UNECE to continue supporting national and regional capacities on hydraulic and hydro- electric structures and cooperation on dam safety, in close cooperation with relevant global and regional organizations, and donors.

UNECE partially accepts the recommendation. Depending on available funding UNECE will continue to support cooperation on dam safety if a proper regional institution willing to address the dam safety challenges is allocated. However, supporting capacities on hydro-electric structures has never been the focus of UNECE initiative. UNECE will explore cooperation opportunities with the International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea (IFAS) which is mandated to address the dam safety challenges in the region.

Project Manager Closed without implementation in June 2023 During the reporting period efforts were made to identify a regional institution mandated to address the dam safety challenges in Central Asia. On 27 July 2021, a letter was sent to the Chair of the Executive Committee of the International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea (IFAS) with the proposal to lead and coordinate the work on dams’ challenges in the region. A reminder was sent on 3 December 2021. As of June 2023, no response has been received regarding the letter addressed to the IFAS. In addition, the project manager raised this issue during a meeting with the Executive Director of IFAS. Despite the expressed importance of this area for the region, the Executive Director did not welcome the inclusion of this matter in IFAS’ activities. .

2 UNECE Secretariat to present the findings of this review to the Committee on Environmental Policy to continue promoting dam safety awareness across all government agencies and among general public.

UNECE accepts the recommendation. The results of the evaluation and the management response will be presented at the next CEP meeting in November 2021.

Programme Manager

Implemented as of 30 June 2022 The results of the evaluation and the management response were presented at the Committee on Environmental Policy, 3-5 November 2021 https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2021- 12/Item_3_presentation_Dam_Safety_project.pdf

3 During the future similar project designs UNECE should include explicit provisions to address gender equality, vulnerable people and disabled in project activities, outcomes, as well as reporting. One of the directions

UNECE partially accepts the recommendation. 1. Gender assessment is part of the standard template of the concept note and it was addressed at the design stage of the project. As to the vulnerable and disable people this aspect

Project Manager and PMU

Partially implemented as of 31 December 2023 1. The updated ECE Concept Note and Project Document template includes requests to assess stakeholders’ vulnerabilities and how the intervention attempts to bridge them. It also asks an assessment of how the project addresses gender equality, human rights,

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# Recommendation Management response Responsibility Date of implementation/comments could be to make a study/assessment of how gender roles, as well as situation of vulnerable/disabled people could be influenced by displacement and environmental migration as a consequence of a major dam accident. National crisis management agencies should be actively integrated in these efforts

was not part of the project template and can be added subject to amendment of the concept template.

2. Follow-up projects on dam safety will assess in the inception phase the potential impact of the project on gender equality and the situation of the vulnerable groups, as reflected in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Leaving no one behind and disability inclusion. 2. As of 31 December 2023 there was no follow up project on dam safety. This recommendation is closed as not implemented.

5 In the future projects UNECE should systematically assess, monitor and document the usefulness and expected impact of the capacity development workshops by canvassing feedback from the participants through a well-tailored questionnaires, quiz approach application and internet based tools as e.g. Survey Monkey. These assessments should include a space for qualitative comments and improvement proposals by participants

UNECE accepts the recommendation. This recommendation will be brought to the attention of the Director of Environment Division and will apply in future Dam Safety projects if any.

Project Manager Implemented as of 30 June 2022 The recommendation was brought to the attention of the Director of Environment Division and will apply in future dam safety projects.

6 The purposes of sustainability in development of legal, regulatory and technical frameworks on dam safety in Central Asia, UNECE should maintain frequent engagement with Governments and other partners through, but not limited to, advisory missions

UNECE accepts the recommendation. The challenges and the need to strengthen cooperation in the area of dam safety in the region as well as the results of the UNECE initiative will be presented at the various events (SPECA Working Group on Water, Energy and Environment, relevant regional platforms; Water MoP) conducted in the region. UNECE will also provide advisory, intermediary, mediation services to other donor and development organizations (e.g. IWAC, GIZ, AFD) interested in addressing the Central Asian countries' dam safety challenges. In addition, it will be implemented through various relevant missions including conducted by the Regional Advisor on Environment.

Programme Manager and

Regional Adviser

Implemented as of 31 December 2023 The project results, lessons learnt as well as the dam safety challenges in the region are regularly presented at the regional and national events that are conducted in Central Asia. The final results of the project were presented at the SPECA Working Group on Water, Energy and Environment, 10-11 November 2021. The project manager is regularly contacted and consulted by governments and regional organizations that are engaged or plan to engage in the dam safety activities in the region. For example, inputs were provided to the work plan of the International Water Assessment Center (IWAC). UNECE has continued to raise awareness about the project results in subsequent years. A presentation was delivered at the 25th meeting of the SPECA WG on Water, Energy and Environment. UNECE staff attended

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# Recommendation Management response Responsibility Date of implementation/comments the 2nd International Training Workshop on the Safety of Hydraulic Structures (https://iwac.kz/index.php/en/news/340-central-asian- experts-will-share-experiences-in-ensuring-the-safety-of- hydraulic-structures-at-a-workshop-in-bratislava ) organized by the International Water Assessment Center in cooperation with Government of Slovakia Cooperation on water resources and dam safety was a topic for discussion of a meeting between the UNECE ES and a staff member with the Slovak organizations dealing with these issues (23 November 2022). UNECE received a letter from the Ministry of Water Resources of Uzbekistan with a request to support addressing dam safety in the country. On 20 April 2023 the need to strengthen dam safety cooperation was discussed at the regional meeting organized by the UN Regional Centre for Preventive Diplomacy in Central Asia (UNRCCA). Initiating new activities on dam safety was also discussed with the OSCE Office in Dushanbe on 5 May 2023.

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The UNECE region, including the participating countries of the United Nations Special Programme for the Economies of Central Asia (SPECA), have recently faced a number of challenges, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic downturn, the impact of military conflict in Ukraine, and the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution. This has negatively impacted progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and made the search for effective policy solutions a priority.

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The UNECE region, including the participating countries of the United Nations Special Programme for the Economies of Central Asia (SPECA), have recently faced a number of challenges, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic downturn, the impact of military conflict in Ukraine, and the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution. This has negatively impacted progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and made the search for effective policy solutions a priority.