Media for improved reporting on environmental and natural resources in Central Asia is a project funded by the European Union and implemented by Internews in five countries - Kyrgyzstan, KRead more
Internews will be focusing on reporting on the environment and natural resources in Central Asia under a new project financially supported by the European Union.
Kyrgyzstan is the first and only country in the Central Asian region to establish a public service broadcaster, a publically-funded TV and radio company whose broadcasting serves the public interest, aiming to provide a sense of national community while fulfilling the programming needs of a broad
On June 13, 2014 at the age of 53 Tairzhan Bakiyevich Tursunaliev, the permanent Technical Manager in the Southern region of the Representative Office of Internews Network in the Kyrgyz Republic suddenly passed away.
Yntymak, a multilingual TV and radio station in southern Kyrgyzstan, celebrated its one-year anniversary with a public ceremony and concert on September 5.
In the spring of 2012, melting snow and heavy rains caused mudflows and flash floods across Kyrgyzstan.
From potholes to child labor, community issues in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan are being addressed and resolved by citizens using online forums that have been launched by local media outlets with the assistance of Internews.
(This article from EurasiaNet.org discusses a radio station launched by Internews.)