Three rural municipalities of Chui Oblast (Lenin, Uzun-Kyr, and Kyzyl-Oktyabr) plan to address social problems through SSP and have already conducted research, identified the problems to be addressed through the public benefit projects. On April 30, during the training held in Bishkek on the development of SSP program and procedures for its implementation, these municipalities developed their draft SSP Programs and Implementation Plans.
 
The Development Policy Institute provides support to municipalities as part of the 2nd phase of the project “Strengthening the capacity of the Ministry of Labor and Social Development (MLSD) and target municipalities to implement state social procurement” implemented with the support of the USAID Collaborative Governance Program (CGP).
 Training Chui Oblast Municipalities

Thirteen representatives, including employees of local self-governments (ayil okmotu), members of rural councils (ayil keneshes) and representatives of local communities of three rural municipalities of Chui Oblast: Lenin, Uzun-Kyr, and Kyzyl-Oktyabr, participated in the training.

working in a group

Participants worked in groups to develop their SSP Programs and Implementation Plans. 

QA sessions

While working in groups, the CGP/DPI trainer is always ready to answer questions and help with the development of the SSP Program.

Gender balance 13 reps of chui municipalities

The representatives of rural municipalities were busy with the development of the SSP Program and Implementation Plan for their municipalities.