Kyrgyz Republic is a mountainous country and has a high vulnerability to the impacts of climate change across multiple sectors including water resources, agriculture, energy, forests, biodiversity and healthcare. The country is at risk to several natural and climate-related hazards, including land and mudslides, avalanches, squalls, downpours, icing, frosts, breakthrough of glacial lakes, floods, rise of sub-soil waters, epidemics, pests, crop diseases, river erosion and earthquakes. The total financial needs for adaptation is around $1.94 billion USD. In 2017, the country published its Third National Communication (TNC), which reflects development priorities and commitment to address climate change at the country level. The highest priority economic sectors, requiring the adaptation measures, have been identified considering the observed and expected climatic changes, including agriculture, water, health, forestry, etc.