According to ADB website, the ADB is working with Kyrgyz Republic to build key roads in the country. The project is helping to rehabilitate 43 kilometers of a road leading to Balykchy village, and to improve a road from Kochkor village to Jyldyz village. A road leading to Aral village via the Suusamyr valley will also be improved.
The project will connect two major CAREC regional corridors by rehabilitating a crucial connector road, part of the North South Alternate Corridor, which is a priority in the National Sustainable Development Strategy. It will improve connectivity and mobility in the country and link the economic underprivileged regions with the economic hubs, as well as strengthen road maintenance practices and institutional capacity by introducing and implementing a road asset management system and a project implementation unit administrative manual and procedure.
1. Concessional ordinary capital resources lending / Asian Development Fund: US$ 3.00 million
2. Concessional ordinary capital resources lending / Asian Development Fund: US$ 36.72 million
1. Concessional ordinary capital resources lending / Asian Development Fund: US$ 58.39 million
2. Saudi Fund for Development: US$ 20.00 million
3. Islamic Development Bank: US$ 12.00 million
4. Eurasian Development Bank: US$ 85.00 million
Project Officer: Singru, Narendra
Central and West Asia Department
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