According to ADB website, the ADB, jointly with the World Bank, proposes to establish the Kazakhstan Urban Infrastructure Modernization Program as a medium- to long-term roadmap to ensure sustainable development and financing of urban infrastructure, operationalized through a national level facility the Kazakhstan Urban Infrastructure Finance Facility (KUIFF)(the Project), in the Republic of Kazakhstan. This supports Kazakhstan's annual estimated $20 billion investment need for urban infrastructure and services required for promoting economic diversification, and an environmentally sustainable and inclusive growth for an improved quality of life, aligned with the government's Strategic Plan for Development of Kazakhstan 2025: Technological Modernization for Accelerated Growth and Better Quality of Life.
Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development
32/1 Kabanbay Batyr Ave., Astana
Ministry of National Economy
Orynbor str., 8, House of Ministries, entr.7,010000 Astana, Kazakhstan
ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF ADB
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