Фев 14.2021

"Human Rights Movement: Bir Duino - Kyrgyzstan" announces a tender for analysis within the framework of the project: "Protecting the rights and preventing the consequences of Covid-19 in orphanages, psychiatric, closed institutions", implemented with the financial support of the Democratic Commission of the US Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic


Subject and theme of the tender: "Analysis of transparency and efficiency of the use of funds and assistance aimed at combating CV-19 in Kyrgyzstan in closed institutions."

The following are eligible to participate in the tender: interested experts, expert groups, organizations, journalists.

Basic requirements for candidates: PD "Bir Duino Kyrgyzstan" is open to cooperation with both young and experienced experts, organizations, journalists, who are able to fulfill the order in a timely manner, with high quality, with the following skills:

• Knowledge / awareness of the subject of the tender;

• Experience or availability of potential / ability to collect and analyze the necessary information, develop recommendations;

• Knowledge of the necessary areas of legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic and international standards, understanding of aid effectiveness standards for vulnerable citizens in closed institutions;

• Innovative, creative, visual tools for presenting analysis results are encouraged.

Terms of reference for the tender:

• Collect information about internal and external funds, grants, humanitarian aid collected / received, its use to combat CV-19 in closed institutions of the Kyrgyz Republic;

• Conduct an analysis of the transparency, efficiency, timeliness of use by government agencies of these funds, assistance;

• Develop recommendations for profiling bodies / structures;

• Prepare a report on the results of the analysis;

• Innovative, creative, visual tools for presenting analysis results are encouraged.

• The deadline for the work is from February 20 to March 31, 2021.


The list of required documents must be sent by February 18, 2021 to e-mail: birduinokyrgyzstan@gmail.com, aidabaikg@gmail.com


Proposals for tender should include a plan for the analysis, the structure of the analysis report, proposals for its presentation, a summary of the expert / expert group / information about the organization.

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Experience should be attached to a law degree

Shakhboz Latipov, 24 y.o., young lawyer: “When I came to BDK for an internship, I had no experience in legal and human rights activities. Together with experienced senior colleagues, I began to attend trials, studied documents. Gradually my supervisor Khusanbai Saliev began to trust me the preparation of documents, carefully checked them and gave practical advice. Experience comes with time and cases you work on. Every day dozens of people who need help come to us, many of them are from socially vulnerable groups: the poor, large families, elderly citizens. A lawyer in a human rights organization sometimes acts as a psychologist, it is important for him to be able to maintain professionalism and show empathy. At the end of 2019, I successfully passed the exam to get the right to start working as attorney and now I work on cases as an attorney. I turn to my colleagues for help on complex issues, they always give me their advice. This is one of the strengths of the organization: there is support and understanding here.”



Organization unites regions

Feruza Amadalieva, social worker, leader, teacher: “TOT from BDK is a great opportunity to get acquainted with participants from different regions, we continue to communicate on social media and when we meet at events, as close friends, we have such warm relations! At the events, I improved my knowledge, systematized it, clarified how to apply it in practice. I really like the training modules and the way the system of training and practice is built: role-playing games, theory, discussions. Each person expresses himself/herself. I have become a leader for other vulnerable women, I try to help them and engage them in such events.” Feruza Amadalieva is a regular participant of many BDK events, she invites the BDK lawyers to provide legal advice to vulnerable women.



I became confident

In summer of 2019, Nuriza Talantbek kyzy took an active part in conducting regional screenings of documentaries, helped with organizational issues during the campaign dedicated to the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, participated in trips, and did the TOT on women's leadership. She used to be a migrant, worked for an NGO in Osh, and now works in Bishkek in the service industry. She calls her participation in the TOT “an invaluable experience”: “I first attended such an event, and received exactly the information that I needed, for which I am sincerely grateful to the facilitators. I experienced very difficult issues in my life, and thanks to that knowledge, I was able to overcome them, I persevered! After the TOT, I became more confident, began to better understand the essence of human rights, and learned to defend my interests.”



The defendant has passed away. The work on his rehabilitation continues.

The case of Shukurullo Kochkarov shows that work on complex cases continues for many years. After the torture he was subjected to in 2010, he became disabled. We managed to get acquittal on one of the charges; the work is ongoing on achieving his rehabilitation and recognition as a victim of torture in order for compensation to be paid. Trials continue without Shukurullo Kochkarov - he died on 2 August 2019. His interests are represented by his father, Saidaziz Kochkarov, who also has a visual disability. “For many years, we have been supported by the employees of BDK, they have been handling the case of my son, they brought him to court because he couldn’t walk on his own, they constantly help our family: my wife and I underwent rehabilitation, they have helped my son by providing him with medicines, they provide all kinds of help”.



Comprehensive support for victims of torture

Resident of the Kara-Suu district, Dilyor Jumabaev, has extensive experience in dealing with law enforcement agencies. In 2010, he was accused of possessing firearms, and thanks to the work of lawyers, he was acquitted. Two years later, his house was first searched in order to find materials of an extremist nature, but nothing was found. In 2014, he was accused of possessing extremist materials. In court, the prosecutor requested 15 years in prison; the court sentenced him to 6 years. A few years later he was released on parole. “I am grateful to the lawyers of BDK for their expert legal assistance. I participated in a rehabilitation program for victims of torture. When I encounter violations, I recommend contacting this organization.”


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