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is a not-for-profit and nongovernmental policy and research organization established in 2003 to conduct research, develop policy recommendations, and implement activities in the field of the rural development.

Rural Development Fund

is a not-for-profit and nongovernmental policy and research organization established in 2003 to conduct research, develop policy recommendations, and implement activities in the field of the rural development.

Rural Development Fund

is a not-for-profit and nongovernmental policy and research organization established in 2003 to conduct research, develop policy recommendations, and implement activities in the field of the rural development.

Rural Development Fund

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Project coordinator Akmatova Kuluipa and local expert from Talas oblast Kurmanbaev Akylbek participated in the Global Alliance for protection of the sacred snow leopard population in Mongolia

Italian freelance photographer Marco Palombi, has met the activist of the KEAK pastoral network for conversation and short reportage for won website.

Social programs coordinator Kuluipa Akmatova took part in the international conference "Mountains of the future" in China

Meeting of the Climate Network of Kyrgyzstan

Completion of Right to Food project

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Baseline Survey for Rural Water Supply and Sanitation

 

Fast Facts

 

Realization period: 2008

 

Areas: Chui, Naryn, Talas and Issyk-Kul oblasts

 

Donors: World Bank, Asian Development Bank and International Development of the United Kingdom through ARIS

 

Contact: general@rdf.in.kg

 

For the preparation of the Second Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project

In order address the problem of infrastructure deterioration and institutional void, the Kyrgyz Government with the World Bank (WB) , Asian Development Bank (ADB), and Department for International Development of the United Kingdom (DFID) launched the Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project (RWSSP) in 2001 in the majority of rural settlements of Kyrgyzstan.

 

It was agreed that the World Bank and DFID would support projects in the Northern provinces while Asian Development Bank would operated in the South of the country.

 

Project objectives 

The development objectives of RWSSP-I were:

- To improve access to drinking water for rural communities

- To improve hygiene, sanitation and water-related practices at individual, family and institutional levels in the rural areas.

 

The researchers were oriented to provide a qualitative analysis of project impact in four villages covered by RWSSP-I and one village that did not participate in the project to allow RWSSP-II to build on successes and to prevent or mitigate risks, constraints, and negative or poor results. Case studies were conducted within the overall study on RWSSP-I within the three weeks time, including preparation and actual field work.

 

Project areas

Case studies were conducted in the following villages:

- Maman, a relatively large village (population 2,400) where the micro-project was considered o be successful;

- Darkhan, a relatively large village (population 5032) where the micro-project was considered unsuccessful;

- Ak-Kiya, a relatively small village (population 620) where the micro-project was considered o be successful;

- Chat-Bazar, a relatively small village where the micro-project was considered unsuccessful;

- Bakai-Ata, a village where there was no project involvement, but which has water supply infrastructure.

 

Project results

Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project-I achieved the project outputs by:

- Providing infrastructure that allowed for access to safe drinking water for about 340,000 people

- Establishing 173 Community Drinking Water Users Unions (CDWUU) covering 205 villages- all have been established, legally registered, and are managing their own water supply systems.

 

Upon completion of the Project in the fall 2008, the Kyrgyz Government with the support from donors (WB and DFID) started preparation of the Second Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project (RWSSP-II) to further support and sustain achievements of the previous project. Subsequently it focused on the same objectives and was based on the same fundamental approaches.

 

Here you will find information on Lessons Leaned

Rural Development Fund

143, Isanova Street, Office 1

Bishkek, 720033, Kyrgyz Republic

Mob. phone: +996 (770)330106 

Email: general@rdf.in.kg

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