Bermet is currently working as a Nutrition Programme Officer for the United Nations World Food Programme.
Bermet´s Action Plan is focused on identifying the necessary measures to create public-private partnerships in the non-medical services and, while in the UK, she worked with the Ministry of Health to develop her plan. Following the Fellowship Programme in 2012 Bermet was appointed as the leading figure on public-private partnership within the Ministry of Health and she has secured funding from KfW to conduct feasibility studies on the organization of hemodialysis units and the development of a centralized laboratory. An international tender for the feasibility studies was announced in late 2013 but had to be revised and re-tendered in 2014 as a result of new government laws on procurement. The tender is now under consideration. In driving this initiative and using the examples of PPP projects she encountered in the UK Bermet will hopefully be able to increase the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of healthcare in the Kyrgyz Republic, benefitting both patients and the state’s purse strings.