Kyrgyzstan: Who and How Much Did the State Pay for Fighting Covid-19?

Olga Ruslanova 10.07.20

The majority of health workers were covered by compensations in March. However, the highest extra payments were made in April and May.


Central Asia: Coronavirus Revealed All Chronic Problems in Health Care 29.04.20

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, they have not been solved for years. 


Doctors of Kyrgyzstan with the COVID-19 Diagnosis: Trade Unions Did Not Fulfill Their Mission

Dilbar Alimova 22.04.20

According to the Republican headquarter for the fight against coronavirus, as of April 20, 140 medical workers have been infected with the coronavirus in the republic. Doctors say that they were not provided with the necessary medicine and equipment, as far as it was necessary. (more…)

Emergency in Kyrgyzstan: Government Without Masks and the Precious Passes

Maria Zozulya 03.04.20

On March 25, the Kyrgyz government imposed mandatory curfew restrictions from 8 PM to 7 AM in a number of cities and regions. Thus, it strengthened the emergency and quarantine related to the coronavirus epidemic. These three situations (emergency, quarantine and curfew – Ed.) were supposed to contain the spread of infection and organize the citizens’ lives. However, just one incomplete week of restrictions turned communications into complete chaos.


Kazakhstan May Introduce Compulsory Insurance against Medical Errors 28.11.19

In Kazakhstan, the government allocates billions of dollars every year to the public health system, yet the quality of medical services leaves much to be desired.


Palliative Care in Kyrgyzstan: “How Much to Weigh in Grams?”

Nazik Mamedova 04.10.19

Palliative care in Kyrgyzstan is on the initial path of development. Despite significant achievements over the past few years in this area, further work is required both at the level of clinical care and at the improvement level of relevant bureaucratic procedures and legal acts.