Assembly Meets for the 10th Session at Kyrgyz Republic

The Forest Service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan hosted the Tenth Session of the Assembly as a special session on 17-18 April 2024. Kyrgyzstan, nestled in the heart of Central Asia, is a country that faces unique challenges posed by climate change.

The Assembly discussed on refining project manuals to accommodate the changing requirements of project implementation. The 10th Session was also the venue to discuss on the improvement of staff guidelines to create a better working environment and capacity development of staffs. The Secretariat updated on developments of Friends of Asia and Asian Forests (FAAF) Forum to promote and enhance private sector engagement. 

It was further noted that the Secretariat is promoting partnerships in global processes including the UNFF and UNFCCC, in order to increase organizational visibility and presence in the international community.

The Assembly also noted on the preparation of a new project under the AFoCO-ACORN Rabobank agroforestry program. Furthermore, the Assembly noted on the new opportunity of a climate financing approach through Climate Asset Management.

The Tenth Assembly held in Kyrgyzstan has garnered significant attention and importance. The meeting was an opportunity to reflect on the impacts of climate change in the region and underscore the fragile ecological balance of Kyrgyzstan. As a nation characterized by mountainous terrain, glaciers, and diverse ecosystems, Kyrgyzstan is particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change, including glacial melting, water scarcity, and biodiversity loss. At the occasion of the Assembly, the Tree planting was organized in support of the national tree planting campaign of the Kyrgyz Republic.

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