Anara is an experienced CS, development and gender expert. She has excellent Russian and good Kyrgyz and English. Anara has worked in women’s and human rights programmes for a variety of international agencies since the mid-1990s. She is a founder member of NGO Association for Social Technologies in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

For INTRAC, Anara led a number of local and regional research projects and played the lead trainer role in the Analytical Skills Development Programme for conflict prevention and good governance in Fergana Valley. She had a key role in writing and producing recent INTRAC publications on youth activism and action research. Anara recently coordinated the production of five handbooks on CSO capacity building topics and social enterprise for the GIZ funded civil society support programme implemented by FAKT and INTRAC.

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