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Under the guidance of the Director, Eastern Europe and Central Asia Regional Office, the Representative post is located in the Country Office in Astana, Kazakhstan and has overall responsibilities for UNFPA representation, policy, programme, finance, staff and office administration in her/his country of assignment.
The Representative leads and motivates the UNFPA team in the development of innovative, relevant approaches for engagement on issues related to population and development, sexual and reproductive health and gender.
The national defence policy aims are based on the Constitution of Kazakhstan.
They guarantee the preservation of the independence and sovereignty of the state and the integrity of its land area, territorial waters and airspace and its constitutional order.
In this function the incumbent is supported by the national staff in the respective country offices.
The Country Office is in the process of developing a new model of engagement that will include the development of new partnerships, leading and building a new approach that involves a combination of Government co-finance activities to advance ICPD implementation and south-south cooperation that will allow to leverage partnerships in Kazakhstan and Central Asia for global impact and to transform the way that UNFPA operates in the new international aid environment.
These workshops are an opportunity for participants to meet with their counterparts from other regional countries and other GEF partners, to discuss and review policies and procedures, and to share lessons and experiences from development and implementation of GEF projects and their integration within national policy frameworks.
The observation values for the 20 annual periods are forecasted values from the IMF staff.
Since then, the national economic outlook has deteriorated, as oil prices are at a decade low, dragging down Kazakhstan’s economy, which depends on oil for 60 percent of its exports.
The armed forces of Kazakhstan act under the authority of the Kazakhstan Ministry of Defence.
The Military Balance 2013 reported the armed forces' strength as; Army, 20,000, Navy, 3,000, Air Force, 12,000, and Mo D, 4,000. On May 7, 1992, the President of Kazakhstan took a number of actions regarding defence.
He signed a decree on the 'establishment of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan', the transformation of the State Committee of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan into the Ministry of Defence, on the attribution of Sagadat Nurmagambetov the military rank of Colonel General, and the appointment of General-Colonel Sagadat Nurmagambetov as Defence Minister of Kazakhstan.
Mukhtar Altynbayev served as the Minister of Defence twice, most recently from December 2001 to 10 January 2007.