MoveGreen is a youth environmental movement in the Kyrgyz Republic. Our aim is to support and inspire environmental awareness and positive environmental actions through expertise, volunteering, and education. MoveGreen is run by young people, for young people, and is a member of the Climate Action Network in the Kyrgyz Republic.
MoveGreen has a volunteer and professional arm: professional activities support, focus, and educate volunteer activities. Professional activities focus on disaster risk reduction, air pollution and environmental education. Volunteer activities focus on creating environmental education programs in schools and universities, organising practical actions, such as tree-planting and rubbish cleaning in national parks, and raising awareness about environmental problems through the media. MoveGreen is also beginning to work in a new sphere: citizen environmental monitoring.
Masters of Arts in Journalism, Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University
Maria is a young professional with over five years of experience in the area of journalism and media. Maria focuses on multimedia, social media campaigning, fundraising and development of strategy communications. She has delivered new media, SMM, SMO and communication strategy development trainings to various number of organisations like Women’s Learning Partnership, University of Central Asia, Republican Center of Health Promotion, Ministry of Emergency Services, local NGO’s.
Working/training languages: English, Russian.
Masters of Environmental Policy and Law (MSocSc), University of Eastern Finland
Katherine is a young professional with five years of experience working in Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia. Her focus lies on climate change impacts, adaptation and resilience in the Central Asian region. She has worked for the Climate Council of Australia, Mountain Societies Development Support Program (MSDSP KG), the University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Mountain Societies Research Institute, and Public Foundation Avalon for UNDP in Kazakhstan.
Working languages: English, German; training: also Russian (translation provided).
Masters of Management and Implementation of Development Projects (MSc), Manchester University
Rahat is an expert in the field of project management. She has eight years of experience working in environmental projects, particularly those focusing on disaster risk reduction, adaptation to climate change in rural communities in the Kyrgyz Republic, and environmental education camps. She has worked with a number of organizations, including the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), the University of Central Asia (UCA), ACTED, and the Mountain Societies Development Support Program (MSDSP KG).
Working/training languages: English, Kyrgyz, Russian.
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