Kyrgyzstan, a landlocked country in Central Asia, has a diverse landscape shaped by mountainous terrains, high plateaus, and deep valleys. The Tian Shan mountain range dominates the country, with peaks exceeding 7,000 meters. This rugged geography forms climatic conditions with cold winters and warm summers. Kyrgyzstan is prone to seismic activity. Notable effects of climate change include the melting of glaciers and the shifts in precipitation patterns. The latter causes an enhanced frequency of extreme events, including floods and droughts, which endanger the livelihoods of communities.

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Kyrgyzstan 2022 Women's Public Union Erayim Bread for the World Short community assessment after an online training