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Tajikistan - Providing reliable electricity in the Pamir Mountains (English)

International Development Association (IDA) and International Finance Corporation (IFC) helped to establish a vivid example of how a public-private partnership can effectively work to provide affordable, reliable, and clean energy in a challenging environment. Electricity supply in the poorest region of Tajikistan has increased from three hours to 22–24 hours per day during the winter. An estimated 220,000 people, including more than half of which are women, have benefitted from improved electricity services. As a result of the project, schools, hospitals, and businesses can now stay open during the cold winter months.

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Tajikistan - Providing reliable electricity in the Pamir Mountains (English). Results profile Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/751961467980555013/Tajikistan-Providing-reliable-electricity-in-the-Pamir-Mountains