Projects of Fundation for the Preservation and Exploration of Caves is aimed at interdisciplinary issues of conservation and study of the cave systems. The cave is not only a unique underground geological monuments but also habitats of many different biological species. Including rare species of bats listed in the international red sheet and the Red book of Kyrgyzstan.
Caves is a cultural and historical-archaeological heritage of the peoples of Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia.
In this regard, the caves can be used for implement various research and applied projects, as well as to cultural and ecological tourism. In addition, caves can be used in educational, social and cultural spheres.
For the implementation of the various cave projects Fundation for the Preservation and Exploration of Caves pays particular attention to international cooperation. In this respect, the important point is transfer of experience of international experts interested in young speleologists, scientists, graduate students or students in Kyrgyzstan, as well as their introduction to the problems of preservation and study of the cave systems.
Forwarding projects aimed at finding and comprehensive study of known and new caves. The cave is a special microclimatic conditions for the formation of unique mineral cave forms, the formation of a specific hydrogeology and the environment. The cave is a place preserved archaeological and cultural backgrounds.
The whole set makes the caves unique natural laboratory, attracting scientists from different countries and creates conditions for the organization of cultural ecological tourism for people who want to learn and save the world of caves.