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Central Asia - Water and Energy Program : Working for Energy and Water Security (English)

A Multi-Donor Trust Fund, managed by the World Bank, was established in 2009 to help the Central Asian republics better address the energy-water nexus challenges. The third financing phase will be implemented between January 2018 and December 2022. The third phase financiers include the European Union (EURO 7 million), Switzerland (3.5 million US dollars) and the United Kingdom through DFID (1 million US dollars) for a total program amount of around 12.7 million US dollars.


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    Central Asia,

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    Europe and Central Asia,

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    Central Asia - Water and Energy Program : Working for Energy and Water Security

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    united states agency for international development; Energy; water; Water and Energy; energy and water; improved water source; Adaptation to Climate Change; impact of climate change; rate of population growth; low levels of consumption; rural population; adequate water supply; improved water quality; national water sector; domestic energy demand; livelihood of farmer; managing water resource; use of water; water management policy; across national border; disaster risk management; energy efficiency measure; regional power trade; reserves of oil; irrigation and drainage; expansion of irrigation; water information system; delivery of water; scarcity of water; competition for energy; water flow; land area; energy security; Program of Activities; national aspiration; energy resource; Water Security; energy system; other development; irrigation season; agricultural production; agricultural productivity; climate resilience; water pump; electricity need; infrastructure planning; cold climate; generating plant; vulnerable region; development partner; power shortage; average temperature; transmission line; cumulative effect; seasonal basis; power system; hydropower potential; agricultural land; downstream countries; strategic guidance; water intake; water use; regional consultations; open access; working age; national institutional; direct beneficiaries; regional cooperation; knowledge network; critical infrastructure; new technology; Energy Sector; capacity strengthening; investment planning; regional water; glacier melt; emission scenario; cost of energy production; analytical constraints; stream flow; consumption pattern; future water; environmental asset; climate mitigation; rational use; river flow; major river; river system; local fishery; hydrologic variability; resources management; irrigation technologies; water availability; energy service; increased income; irrigated land; poor irrigation; drainage system; winter energy; trade energy; reliable access; physical infrastructure; seasonal flows; irrigation efficiencies; private investment; energy source; export market; mountain peaks



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Central Asia - Water and Energy Program : Working for Energy and Water Security (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.