Plan launched 2018
1.- Strengthening the role and participation of women, including at decision-making level, in activities aimed at preserving peace and security.
2.- Strengthening the interaction of government, local governments and civil society in order to prevent conflicts and the risks of violence against women and girls, as well as measures to address the effects of crisis situations.
3.- Improve the system of protection and taking into account the special needs and requirements of women and girls in emergency situations.
Since gaining independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, the country has experienced political instability and ethnic unrest, with two major civil conflicts: the Tulip Revolution of 2005 and the Kyrgyz Revolution of 2010. The growing discontent resulted in an inter-ethnic conflict between the majority Kyrgyzand minority Uzbeks, leaving over 400 casualties and hundreds of wounded. The conflict has had distinct gendered impacts, with women subjected to sexual violence, humiliation,and extortion as well as experiencing social stigma as survivors of sexual violence.
The NAP states that ministries, state committees, local state administrations, and local governments must “take measures to implement the National Action Plan with participation of representatives of civil society, international and non-profit organisations". However, the NAP does not specify details about civil society inclusion in the implementation of the action plan.
Women in Peacekeeping:
The NAP briefly mentions the goal of training women for leadership roles in local councils and local government bodies.
UN Peacekeeping Statistics
Police: 0 out of 9
Experts: 0 out of 4