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2012

TAJIKISTAN SECOND PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PROJECT

Tajikistan

Numéro de projet : P133327

Date d’approbation : November 29, 2012

Date de clôture : February 28, 2018

Pays : Tajikistan

Emprunteur  : REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTAN

Mise en œuvre : PMU FERGANA VALLEY WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

Objectifs

The development objectives of the Second Public Employment for Sustainable Agriculture and Water Resources Management Project are to : provide employment to food-insecure people through the rehabilitation of irrigation and drainage infrastructure, increase crop production in response to improved irrigation and drainage infrastructure, and support the development of improved policies and institutions for water resource management, as a means to improve food availability and food access for low-income people in poor rural areas supported by the project.

Présentation

There are three components to the project.

The first component of the project is public works and rehabilitation of irrigation and drainage infrastructure.

The second component of the project is assistance in water resources management, including technical assistance for policy and institutional reform.

The third component of the project is project management. A Project Management Unit (PMU) to be managed under the World Bank-financed Ferghana valley water resource management project will be the main implementation agency. It will be responsible for : implementation and coordination, financial management and procurement, communication and awareness programs, environmental management and safeguards, and monitoring and evaluation

Montant total du projet : US$ 45.90 million

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