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A journey to the world will start from a village
This is the story of a girl from Kyrgyzstan who wanted to see the world.
Mariia Eje’s Traditional Ashlam-Fu
Ashlam-fu is a traditionally Uighur and Dungan meal that is popular throughout Kyrgyzstan, especially the Issyk-Kul region. This hearty spicy...
How to cook rainbow trout Kyrgyz style
So, I had planned to make shashlik. Though I am a pescatarian, it’s a dish I prepare for my family...
RPCV collaborates with local organization to translate baby shark Wash your Hands video into Kyrgyz
Wash your hands and be careful!
What I have learned about my Peace Corps legacy in Kyrgyzstan
I recently learned a few things which I did not know about my own legacy in Kyrgyzstan. Some of these...
Peela Chai Each
Last week was RadioMost’s 4th Anniversary as the pioneer community radio station in Kyrgyzstan. To mark the occasion we had a music festival...
Americanski Bill Bame - June 2008
Get ready for Peace Corps at 50!
Americanski Bill Bame - July 2007
FOKGZ Welcomes new board members!
Americanski Bill Bame - April 2005
Welcome to our first newsletter!
Friends of Kyrgyzstan 2004 Annual Report
This year has been a very important year for the Friends of Kyrgyzstan (FOKGZ). In 2004 FOKGZ made the transition...
It all started with a promise
It all started with a promise. A promise to Rahat’s mother that I would somehow find a way to get...
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