In 2021 UN Women Kyrgyzstan Country Office (CO) will enhance the HRBA approach and incorporate considerations of effects of various intersecting forms of discrimination into the design and implementation phases of its interventions through applying knowledge, innovation, results-based management, and monitoring and evaluation in close cooperation with national stakeholder line ministries, civil society organizations, think-thank organization and local public authorities, women and men, girls and boys. UN Women key focus for 2021 is to expand EVAW concepts to broader strategies for addressing the complexity of violence (all forms of violence: domestic, political, economic, psychological, at the workplace) and to facilitate the Gender Equality Strategy development process with the practical application of experiential testing of Adaptive Leadership and Oxford Scenario Planning Approach/adoption at different levels: individuals/ communities/ institutions; service providers at the national and local level, including the development of the NAP on GE for three years. UN Women will continue to further strengthen its coordination mandate under the framework of SDGs, CEDAW, Beijing 25+, CSW, and WPS agenda, in collaboration with national and sub-national government agencies, civil society, academia, and media at various levels of government. CO will include plans and targets for nation-wide dissemination of the intervention experiences and approaches in the implementation plans for new interventions. by a) informing partners regularly about the UN Women’s normative support work and its operational linkages to projects that are being implemented, and b) intensifying the awareness-raising and advocacy campaign through traditional mass media and social networks. The role of UN Women CO as Innovator and Knowledge Broker was specifically noted in the Evaluation Report of the EIDHR project in the part of recommendations to CO on ‘establishing itself as the center of Gender Action Learning System (GALS) expertise in Central Asia. The success of the GALS application in the EIDHR reinforced CO to incorporate knowledge, innovation, results-based management, and evaluation incorporated in the programs to ensure great quality and effectiveness and has launched several innovative approaches/methodologies that aim at catalyzing transformative changes in different areas. CO continues the engagement with the high state officials and ministries at the strategic level on GEWE and has started the process of exploring the possibility to deliver GALS training to the Minister of Labor and Social Development, Head of the Forum of Women Parliamentarians. The Minister of Economy expressed the interest in applying OSPA for the improvement of methodologies for socio-economic planning. As part of the transformative technical support to the development of the GES, the inter-ministerial working group also received training on ALPD that enhanced the linkages and collaboration between the national and regional level GEWE experts. Group keeps on identifying PDs at the sub-national level that aims to strengthen the inclusive dialogue between the national and local level gender champions as well as present innovative and home-grown solutions for advancing GE in the country.