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Central Asia Energy-Water Development Program : Annual Report 2013 (Inglês)

This annual report describes the Central Asia Energy Water Development Program (CAEWDP) activities, accom¬plishments and management for the period of January 1st to December 31st, 2013. CAEWDP was formally established as a trust fund in 2010 by the Government of Switzerland and the World Bank. The Program supports the Central Asian countries and the World Bank twin goals to reduce poverty and ensure shared prosperity through long-term economic growth and sustainability. By balancing donor support with national and regional objectives, CAEWDP is able to enhance coopera¬tion and promotion of integrated energy and water development initiatives at the regional as well as national levels. The Program activities address chal¬lenges of energy development, water productivity, and energy-water linkages by supporting diagnostics and analysis, preparing investments, and strengthen¬ing national and regional institutions. Looking forward, CAEWDP offers a transforma¬tional vision for Central Asia that will help countries prosper through more sustainable management of shared energy and water resources. CAEWDP will solicit additional support from current and prospec¬tive donors, strengthen partnerships and expand its activities to meet countries’ demands.


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    Ásia Central,

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    Europa e Ásia Central,

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    Central Asia Energy-Water Development Program : Annual Report 2013

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    Environmental and Social Impact Assessment;water supply and sanitation service;energy and water;research information;poverty and social impact;Water and Energy;millennium development goal;efficient use of water;integrated water resources management;demand for irrigation water;infrastructure needs;impact of climate change;management of irrigation water;management of water resource;water user association;Water Resource Management;Climate Change Policy;irrigation water management;costs of inaction;national action plan;energy efficiency measure;Energy Sector;water supply rehabilitation;Supply of Water;energy efficiency saving;energy efficiency plan;distribution of water;energy efficiency improvement;qualitative research method;high crop yield;irrigation and drainage;exchange of good;inefficient water use;water management policy;high value crops;electric power system;shortage of funds;transparency of operations;consumption of water;demand for heat;regional power trade;indoor air pollution;institutional capacity building;land and water;fossil fuel resource;gap in knowledge;local water management;regional economic growth;generation of electricity;heat demand forecast;lack of investment;water management institutions;investments in energy;rehabilitation of infrastructure;Access to Energy;demand for energy;decision support system;demand for water;gross domestic product;benefits of access;Development Policy Operation;exchange of information;climate change adaptation;irrigation efficiencies;winter energy;photo credit;Natural Resources;water productivity;regional water;assessment study;development partner;power supply;energy security;climate action;irrigation strategy;water need;national energy;equitable access;regional dialogue;heat supply;glacial melt;



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