"BIO-KG" Organic Movement Federations

Developing organic agriculture in the Kyrgyz Republic

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USAIDCTJ HELPED CONDUCTING OCX AND PGS TRAINING IN ORGANIC AIMAK

USAID’s Central Asia Competitiveness, Trade and Employment Project, promoting exports and employment in the horticulture, tourism and transport and logistics sectors across Central Asia, has provided financial and resource support to the Organic Federation of BIO-KG, now with support from the Development Agency organic regions will host trainings for organic farmers. It will be about […]

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Department of Organic Agriculture: plans for cooperation discussed

Representative of the Organic Movement Federation BIO-KG visited the Department of Organic Agriculture of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Industry and Land Reclamation of the Kyrgyz Republic. At the meeting within the framework of the memorandum of cooperation, the director of the department Zhanarkan Bakirov shared her vision for the further development of organic agriculture […]

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THE MOST POWERFUL MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF KYRGYZSTAN WILL UNITE IN SOLVING PROBLEMS

The Federation of the Organic Movement BIO-KG took part in a round table dedicated to cooperation with retail stores. The event was organized with the support of the GIZ program “Green Economy and Sustainable Development of the Private Sector in Kyrgyzstan”. Earlier, the program conducted a study “Supermarkets and high-value-added retail trade for fresh fruits, […]

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“LEKAR” pharmacy chain will work with organic farmers

On January 15, at the Organic Development Federation BIO-KG, organic aymak farmers met with Rasul Zhanboev, Commercial Director of the Lekar pharmacy chain. A representative of a pharmaceutical company said that medicinal herbs have a very significant place in their network. He explained the conditions under which the client’s interest in medicinal herbs increases. This […]

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Members’ Voices: Asan Alymkulov, Federation of Organic Development Bio-KG

My country, Kyrgyzstan, is more than 90 percent mountainous, and nearly half of us live in rural areas. I work closely with these communities and see the struggles of mountain peoples and how hard they work to survive in the face of stalled development and youth outmigration. Kyrgyz people have been nomads for centuries, living […]

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