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Kyrgyzstan Extended and Revised Flash Appeal

Update 8 July 2011

Duration of the appeal June 2010-June 2011
Overall funding needs: $ 94,231,852
Funding received: 70%
Outstanding needs: $ 28,513,043

Press Release 24 November -->
Press Release in Russian -->
Flash Appeal Summary -->
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KERFA Summary in Russian -->
Statement by the UN Resident/Humanitarian Coordinator a.i. 30 June 2011

For print

Key Issues

13 May 2011 Key Points

  • Humanitarian response partners continue the transition from response to recovery and development activities.
  • The transitional period requires additional funding to support conflict prevention, economic recovery, and protection of vulnerable groups.
  • The human rights situation in the South of Kyrgyzstan remains of concern
Download Humanitarian Bulletin #10 -->

Rehabilitation of the Uvam irrigation system in Osh province led by FAO and supported by WFP in the framework of the organization’s Food for Work Programme – March 2011. Photo © WFP/Shobovich

 WHO does WHAT WHERE: 24 June 2011

Cluster Transition Strategies - 12 April 2011
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Child Protection Sub-cluster (To download all - click here)

Cluster Fact Sheets
4 April 2011

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