Reconstruction of sewage treatment plants and sewer systems

The Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan is implementing the Project “Reconstruction of sewage treatment plants and sewage systems in the cities of Bukhara and Samarkand through the Bukhara and Samarkand SUE Suvokawa and the Project Coordination Group (PCG) in Tashkent. The goal of the project is to mitigate the environmental impact of wastewater pollution […]

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Finalization of the Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) and Resettlement Policy Framework (RPF) for Medium-Sized Cities Integrated Urban Development Project (MSCIUDP)

The Project Development Objective is to support the GoU territorial development program for medium-sized cities through integrated strategic investments in three cities to improve the living conditions of the residents while contributing to local development. Such investments would be designed to address the specific needs of each project city, combining as necessary: (i) integrated urban […]

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Consulting Services for Listening to the Citizens of Uzbekistan Survey and Qualitative Data Collection.

The Poverty and Equity Global Practice together with the Social Development Team of the World Bank and Center for Strategic Development initiated Listening to the Citizens of Uzbekistan survey to assess the dynamics of household welfare of Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan is embarking on significant economic reforms that will affect most citizens. The potential benefits of reform […]

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Kandym Group of Fields Project. LUKOIL Overseas Uzbekistan Ltd. Construction Monitoring (48414-001)

The consultant is currently engaged in the activity of audit and review Lukoil Kandym Group of Fields Project operations. The scope of the activity is to audit and review the Lukoil Kandym Group of Fields Project compliance status against the requirements set in the IFC Performance Standard 3 (resource Efficiency and Pollution Prevention).

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Assessment the Labor and Working Conditions at Khantex Cotton Cluster

On 20 June 2017, LLC “Khantex Group”, At-Termiziy Str. 7-a, Kurgantepa district, 170710 Uchqun village, Andijan region, Republic of Uzbekistan (“Importer”) and Rieter Machine Works Ltd, Klostergasse 20, CH-8406 Winterthur / Switzerland (“Exporter”) entered into a Contract No. 21519401 for the supply of spinning machinery and equipment with related services. Under the terms and conditions […]

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Mapping of Cotton Mechanization Distribution in South Karakalpakstan

The objective of this assignment is to analyze in the three SKWRMIP Districts the distribution of cotton mechanization, both farmers’ intention and actual utilization, vis-à-vis various agro-ecological parameters (soil bonitet, water availability, cotton field size, etc.) and socio-economical characteristics (distance to settlements and ginnery, population density, road accessibility, etc.). The assignment will consist of mapping […]

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ADB Loan 45306-001: Takhiatash Power Plant Efficiency Improvement Project

ADB is helping Uzbekistan upgrade the Takhiatash thermal power plant to meet rising electricity demand in the western part of the country. The project will involve building two combined-cycle gas turbine units, decommissioning old and inefficient power generation units, improving energy efficiency, and increasing power supply to the Karakalpakstan and Khorezm regionsThe project, to be […]

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Energy and Resource Efficiency Audits – Agromir and International Beverages Tashkent

The EBRD and the Companies are closely working together in this assignment to assess the warehouse project planned by Agromir, the production line project of IBT and to identify relevant investment opportunities to improve the resource efficiency of the Agromir and IBT plants. The main objectives of the assignment will be to undertake an audit […]

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Capacity and Needs Assessment of the Water Management Players and Improved Advisory Mechanisms

The Project aims at strengthening institutional frameworks and technical capacities for water management at basin, Water Consumers’ Associations (WCAs) and farm levels while increasing the awareness on effective and rational water use. Conduction of quantitative and qualitative survey on social and gender aspects.

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Consulting Services for Monitoring and Evaluation of the project, update documents on environmental safeguards and social protection measures under South Karakalpakstan Water Resources Improvement Project.

Effective monitoring and evaluation both during project implementation and long term after project completion is a vital part of the overall project cycle; without M&E the lessons necessary to ensure continued improvements in performance will not be learned and applied. M&E falls within the Project Management component of the project and it is proposed that […]

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Consulting Services for: Safeguards (Environmental and Social) and Gender Capacity Development

JSC “Uzbekenergo” received a loan from ADB for implementation of “Expansion of Talimarjan TPP with the construction of the two units of combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant with a capacity of 450 MW”. The Project consists of hard (physical) and soft (non-physical) components. Soft component includes capacity-building activities of JSC “Uzbekenergo” in part […]

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Designing Social Institutions in Transition: Promotion of Institutional Development for Common Pool Resources Management in Central Asia – InDeCA.

Since the break-up of the Soviet Union in 1991, the management of common pool resources (CPRs) such as irrigation systems and pasture has undergone substantial reforms in Central Asia. As a result, new institutions and governance structures were created, including Water Consumer Associations (WCA) in Uzbekistan and Pasture Committees (PCs) in Kyrgyzstan. Research work on […]

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RETA 7548 Improving the Implementation of Environmental Safeguards in Central and West Asia IDCA: Environmental Safeguards Training Consultant and Third Party Auditor, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan

Work undertaken by ADB’s Central and West Asia Department (CWRD) highlighted a number of deficiencies preventing effective implementation of environmental safeguards. Foremost among the challenges is insufficient capacity in executing agencies to prepare, implement, and monitor the implementation of EMPs. The lack of effective implementation means that there is a credible risk that projects are […]

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Second Small and Microfinance Development Project

The project aims to support the Government program to develop micro and small enterprises (MSEs) in Uzbekistan, especially, in rural areas. The loan has been relenting by the Government to the three participating banks (PCBs) Hamkorbank, Agro bank, and Ipak Yuli Bank. The Project was categorized as C for Financial Intermediary based on ADB SPS, […]

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Conducting Socio-Economic Survey for Amu Bukhara Irrigation System Rehabilitation Project TA 7917–UZB, ADB PPTA

Amu-Bakhara Magistral Canal (ABMC) supplying water to more than 285,000 ha of the irrigated lands for domestic and industrial needs of Bukhara region requires considerable modernization, as it exceeded its economic life span. Amu-Bakhara Irrigation System Rehabilitation Project aims to rehabilitate the prioritized components of main irrigation system, i.e. provide the state-of-the-art technologies and equipment […]

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Surkhandarya Water Supply & Sanitation Project

The objective is to develop and implement a comprehensive hygiene promotion program that ensures participating communities develop good hygiene practices in order to improve health. The approach should be innovative and scientific and based on a solid understanding of the current behaviors and of the communication channels that work best in the project districts. The […]

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Third Health Project HP/IC/10/09

With the support of WB financed Health I and Health II projects the Government of Uzbekistan (GOU) improved infrastructure and provided equipment in most of rural PHC facilities. A nationwide reforming of Primary Health care was conducted in rural area; it was based on primary of health care (PHC) facilities’ per capita financing. The medical […]

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