"BIO-KG" Organic Movement Federations

Developing organic agriculture in the Kyrgyz Republic


BIO-KG won the Equator Prize

The Organic Movement Federation BIO-KG has won the 12th Equator Prize, which is awarded annually by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) to local indigenous communities from around the world.  The winning organization from Kyrgyzstan was awarded such an award for the first time. Namely, for the project “organic aimaks”, the concept of which is […]


The best gardening traditions: Farmers went to Tashkent to increase the potential

Since July 12, the Organic Movement Federation BIO-KG with the support of the project USAID on Competitiveness, Trade and Job Creation in Central Asia (CTJ) is conducting an introductory tour to Uzbekistan. Ten representatives of commercial structures from Kyrgyzstan visit enterprises for the cultivation and processing of garden crops. The main purpose of the trip […]


BIO-KG took part in the Exchange of Best practices held in Toktogul

BIO-KG FOD took part in the Exchange of Best Practices-a seminar where members of the Civil Alliance “For Improving Nutrition and Food Security “SUN KYRGHYZSTAN” gathered. The exchange of practices took place in the city of Toktogul, Jalal-Abad region on June 13-16, 2021. An employee of the Federation demonstrated a presentation with new stages in […]


Master class on the extraction of biohumus in the village of Ozernoye

In the village of Ozernoye, Sokuluk district, a master class on the care of biohumus was held for farmers of all organic aimags. The practical event was held within the framework of training seminars held by the Federation of the Organic Movement BIO-KG. The owner of the farm, Vladimir Kim, who is a member of […]


Farmer Avtan Baymatov: we all love to grow organic food!

A resident of the village, Farmer Avtan Baymatov, from an area where the climate is colder than in other regions due to its proximity to the mountains, the village of Kopuro-Bazar in Talas region (Kyrgyzstan) is located at an altitude of 1,975 meters above sea level. Therefore, residents can not please themselves with berries from […]