37536-013: Land Improvement
Project Data Sheet (PDS): Overview
The Land degradation is a serious economic,social, and environmental problem in Uzbekistan and the rest Central Asia. It directly affects the livelihoods of the rural population by reducing land productivity, and by causing africultural production losses estimated at $2 billion a year for the region. The project will address the rapidly worsening and expanding land degradation in nine districts in Bukhara, Kashkadarya and Navoi provinces. The project area,covering 162,300 hectares (ha) of ... Read More
|Type or Modality of Assistance||
|Financing||Public sector (Sovereign)|
Loan No. 2245
Loan No. 2246
TA No. 4820
Grant No. 0080
|Approval Date||24 Jul 2006|
|ADB Financing ($ thousand)||60,400|
|Geographical Location||The project area covers 162,300 ha in nine districts: Kamashi, Guzar, and Kasan in Kashkadarya province; Kyzyltepa, Khatirchi, and Navbakhor in Navoi province; and Jandor, Bukhara, and Romitan in Bukhara province.|
Agriculture, natural resources and rural development
Agriculture research and application
Agro-industry, marketing, and trade
Rural water policy, institutional and capacity development
Inclusive economic growth (IEG)
|Drivers of Change||
Gender equity and mainstreaming (GEM)
Governance and capacity development (GCD)
|Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Categories||Category 2: Effective gender mainstreaming (EGM)|
Indigenous People: C
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