According to ADB website, the TA will finance: (i) the preparation of a strategy, road map and work plan related to the creation of the Center, including its institutional structure, aim, objectives, activities, budget, financial plan, staffing, and business model; (ii) the delivery of a report analyzing knowledge gaps the Center is meant to fill, given the organization of IWRM functions across various institutions in Kazakhstan; and (iii) the identification and implementation in collaboration with international knowledge partners of two pilot projects promoting technological enhancement in IWRM areas, such as improving agriculture productivity, flood management, or the delivery of drinking water supply in urban and rural areas, which could serve as examples of the services the Centre will be able to provide once fully functional.
Executing Agency: Ministry of Agriculture
36 Kenesary Street, 010000 Astana, Kazakhstan
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure.
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