Jigerduu Jarandar - Kyrgyzstan

Submitted by Gareth on Thu, 03/02/2023 - 17:51

Gareth Williams is supporting FHI360 to conduct political economy analysis for the Jigerduu Jarandar (Active Communities) project, a five year civil society support programme (2019-2024) in Kyrgyzstan funded by USAID. His work has so far focused on protecting civic space and supporting CSO policy engagement on gender based violence.

Kyrgyzstan: Support to the Jogorku Kenesh Political Economy Analysis

Submitted by Gareth on Tue, 01/11/2022 - 12:04

Gareth Williams worked with the Support to the Jogorku Kenesh (S2JK) parliament project in Kyrgyzstan providing political economy analysis of the fast changing political and economic context including analysis of the implications of parliamentary elections in 2021 and 2022, presidential and local elections in 2021, as well as the 2021 constitutional change.

Central Asia: Effective Governance for Economic Development

Submitted by Alex on Wed, 12/22/2021 - 14:28

Gareth Williams is supporting ACTED to conduct political economy analysis the Effective Governance for Economic Development programme, funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office in Central Asia. The objective of the project is to improve the effectiveness, accountability and transparency of economic policy making and delivery in Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

ACTED is running Pillar 2 Civil Society for Accountability: activating civil society to demand inclusive, evidence-based economic growth in Central Asia.

Kyrgyzstan: Support for a Drivers of Change Study

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 08/15/2014 - 11:17

DFID commissioned a study of recent developments in the political economy of Kyrgyzstan, with a particular emphasis on newly-emerging political forces, and the ways these might affect constitutional and economic prospects. The Policy Practice provided a staff member (Alex Duncan) to advise DFID and the consultant carrying out the work on overall methodology and approach, to review the draft, and to contribute to a discussion of the implications of the work.