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Kyrgyzstan|environment|April 2, 2024 / 12:01 PM
Kyrgyzstan signs $42.4 million agreement on Resistent Landscape Restoration Project with World Bank

AKIPRESS.COM - The financing agreement on Resistent Landscape Restoration Project was signed between the Cabinet of Ministers of the Kyrgyz Republic and the World Bank.

The $42.4 million agreement was signed by Finance Minister Almaz Baketaev and World Bank Regional Director for Central Asia Tatyana Proskuryakova.

The project will improve the country's monitoring systems for mudflows, glaciers, and snow cover to guide long-term mitigation efforts. Additionally, it will promote a mix of climate-resilient nature-based solutions and green, grey, and hybrid approaches to landscape restoration and protection in upstream and downstream areas. The project's strategy will have immediate positive regional impacts as most of the project target areas are situated upstream of transboundary rivers. 

The Kyrgyz Republic Resilient Landscape Restoration Project will directly benefit over 50,000 individuals in rural areas, including women and vulnerable groups across Jalal-Abad, Osh, Issyk-Kul, and Naryn regions.


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