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Central Asia Energy-Water Development Program : Annual Report 2017 (English)

This report presents the highlights and progress of the Central Asia Energy-Water Development Program (CAEWDP). The reporting period for this Annual Report is the calendar year from January to December 2017. The Central Asia Energy-Water Development Program was initiated in 2009 with the goal to support the Central Asia countries (Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan) to promote energy and water security through regional cooperation.The long-term vision of the Program is to catalyze economic growth and livelihood security within Central Asia through regional cooperation and integrated energy and water development initiatives. CAEWDP is designed as a catalytic program that aims at precipitating policy change, institutional effectiveness, investments and increased coordination among beneficiary through targeted Bank and recipient executed grants. CAEWDP is structured around three pillars: Energy Development, Water Productivity, and Energy-Water Linkages, to reflect the Program’s goal. The objective of the Energy Development Pillar is to promote and analyze high-value energy investments that focus onenergy security, efficiency, trade and accountability, infrastructure planning and institutional development. The Water Productivity Pillar aims to enhance the productive and efficient use of shared water resources in the various water related sectors through capacity building, institutional strengthening and investment planning. The Energy-Water Linkages Pillar aims toimprove the understanding of linkages between energy and water at national and regional levels and to explore the future impact of regional climate change.




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Central Asia Energy-Water Development Program : Annual Report 2017 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.