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13 Dec 2017
Kyrgyzstan progressing on a national strategy for CRVS
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The draft Action Plan of the National Strategy for Registration of Civil Status Acts and Statistics of the Natural Movement of Population is nearing completion in the Kyrgyz Republic. The draft was developed by several ministries and departments working in coordination, including specialists from: the State Registration Service under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic (which includes the Registry Office), the Ministry of Health, and the National Statistics Committee. In preparing the Action Plan, Kyrgyzstan’s already functioning Automated Information System “Civil Registry Office” (AIS “registry office”) was taken into consideration and the Civil Status Acts (2005) has been identified for revision. The Action Plan will now be approved by a decree from the government.

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