Introduction The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is a global humanitarian organization with a mission to work with people in poverty and distress to create just and positive change.
ADRA Kyrgyzstan belongs to the worldwide ADRA network, comprised of 120 supporting and implementing country offices. ADRA's five core sectors include Food Security; Health;
Economic Growth; Education; and Emergency Management. ADRA Kyrgyzstan has developed its expertise in these sectors and in various subsectors, specifically in Food Security, Health, Education and Emergency Management.
ADRA Kyrgyzstan employs a team of experienced staff that design, manage, and implements its programs in accordance with donor, ADRA policies, and requirements.
ADRA's technical team includes coordinators, legal expert, physician, cashier, PR-manager, trainers and drivers. The administrative and managerial team includes country director, programs director and financial director. Technical Expertise Food Security ADRA began its work at Kyrgyzstan in 1995.
Since then, ADRA has been carried out charitable activities and projects in different areas, such as human rights, food security, economic development, primary health care, basic education and emergency relief. Since 1995, ADRA has been assisting the most vulnerable people in Kyrgyzstan with more than $ 75 million invested on projects and charitable activities.
Social support for the most needed ADRA Kyrgyzstan helps people in need of clothing and footwear, pharmaceuticals, coal, wood, and other types of assistance.
ADRA Kyrgyzstan provides food support for more than 500 elderly people and low-income families annually.
ADRA Kyrgyzstan supports the active involvement of older people in income generating activities, providing them with the necessary raw materials for this purpose.
ADRA Kyrgyzstan helps children from low-income families to attend school by providing them with school and hygiene kits, as well as summer and winter shoes.