According to ADB website, the project will reduce the risks of landslide events in Kyrgyz Republic. The project interventions are expected to be both structural (including civil works and equipment) and non-structural (including capacity building, planning, and training). The project is expected to comprise three outputs: (i) landslide-prone areas protected; (ii) landslide risk management capacity improved; and (iii) disaster insurance coverage strengthened. The project outcome is expected to be: risks from landslides on infrastructure and settlements reduced. The project is expected to be aligned with the following impact: reduced human and material loss resulting from climate- and geophysical-related disasters.
Executing Agency: Ministry of Emergency Situations
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