With JICA's support, villagers are now able to build simple biogas plants at low cost and recycle organic waste for the production of biogas and fertilizers. The high-quality fertilizers can increase crop yield and be a source of income for the villagers.
Although 95 percent of Kyrgyzstan transport sector is dependent on road network, the maintenance of the roads have not been managed, resulting in two thirds of the roads being in poor condition. JICA has started a new project for the Capacity Building of Road Maintenance that aims to improve the living environment of residents and regional transportation.
The Kyrgyz Republic is facing the insufficiency of professionals who support children with disabilities. A Japanese female volunteer has been active in providing instructions on how to support those children to their mothers and teaching occupational therapy to her colleagues.
Students of the Jany-Pakhta's secondary school of the Sokuluk district took part in planting 12 thousands sapling as the first step to the realization of the Project for the Support of Joint Forest Management in the Kyrgyz Republic (SJFM),launched with JICA.