Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyz Republic)
In the Kyrgyz Republic, ICAP is working with the Ministries of Health and local HIV service providers to achieve and sustain HIV epidemic control by introducing evidence-based, innovative, scalable interventions, developing effective and responsive analytic monitoring and evaluation capability, and training and empowering service providers to provide quality, equitable, and compassionate health services.
Technical Assistance to Central Asian National HIV Programs to Achieve and Sustain HIV Epidemic Control
ICAP in Kyrgyzstan
Key Technical Areas
Capacity Building of Health Workforce
Monitoring and evaluation
HIV prevention, care, and treatment
- Strengthening Health Systems
- Human Resources for Health
- Quality Improvement
- Technical Assistance
- Training and education capacity building
PEPFAR / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Ainagul Isakova, MD
Dr. Ainagul Isakova is ICAP’s program coordinator and country representative for the Kyrgyz Republic. She is responsible for the overall oversight, operational planning, and implementation of all in-country activities supported by ICAP’s PEPFAR/CDC-funded award. Dr. Ainagul Isakova is a public health professional with over 25 years of experience in development programs management and cooperation with global public health leaders. She has significant experience in coordinating programs and projects for international health agencies (UNFPA, UNICEF, World Bank, USAID, Global Fund HIV, TB, and malaria, DFID, GIZ, SWISS cooperation, and ICAP) in health care reforms and HIV/AIDS issues.