PO Box 1881
The center works on behalf of the refugee population in Kyrgyzstan, which consists primarily of people from Afghanistan and Tajikistan. Founded in October 1997, the center serves around 20 refugees a month with legal and social counseling. It has distributed humanitarian aid to more than 760 refugee children and their families. In January 1998 the center began teaching English and Russian.
A print version of much of the information contained in this Central Asian Third Sector Organizations section can be found in Civil Society in Central Asia (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1999).
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Last updated: November 1998