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What WFP is doing in the Kyrgyz Republic


The Kyrgyz Republic is a landlocked Central Asian country with 90 percent of the territory covered by high mountains and 67 percent of the population living in rural areas.  

Despite the country’s great achievement in advancing sustainable development goals, high dependence on food imports and remittances, compounded by geopolitical instabilities and climate-induced disasters, continues to threaten the economic growth and nutrition of the most vulnerable population in the country.

Check out WFP’s response to reaching food- and nutrition-insecure people in the Kyrgyz Republic.