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2015

Rushan I Cross-Border Energy (Tajikistan, Afghanistan)

Tajikistan

Titre : Rushan I Cross-Border Energy (Tajikistan, Afghanistan)

Pays  : Tajikistan
Localisation : 5 villages in Tajikistan and 17 villages in Afghanistan

Date/Durée : January 2015 – September 2019

Description
The project aimed at providing sustainable electricity to Afghan and Tajik villages. The Afghan villages had never had access to electricity, while villages on the Tajik side were left without electric supply since the “Vanj-Shipad-Deh” power line was destroyed during the Civil War in the early 90s. Hence, the project corresponded with the Tajikistan Government’s priorities to reconnect this area to electricity. “Rushan I” was also designed to promote cross-border integration and development in the border areas of Tajikistan and Afghanistan, an important aspect for both the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the German Federal Foreign Office.

Bénéficiaires : * Direct Beneficiaries : 4,592 people (656 households) in Afghanistan and 4,632 people (772 households) in Tajikistan. * Indirect Beneficiaries : 23,058 people (Tajikistan)

Mise en œuvre : Aga Khan Foundation (UK) and Pamir Energy Company in cooperation with the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan and the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

Co-financé par  : Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (RNMFA) and the German Federal Foreign Office (FFO) through KfW and PATRIP Foundation _ Budget : 6,486,388.78 EUR

PATRIP Foundation

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