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Kyrgyzstan One Fund
Start Date *: 22 Mar 2010
Risk Management
End Date*: 31 Dec 2011
Country: Kyrgyzstan Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   UNDP - UNDP(MDTF/PUNO only).

To prevent a brewing conflict between Kyrgyz and Uzbek members of the multiethnic cross-border community Akkorgon of Jalal-Abad oblast caused by shortage of irrigation water through construction of a new water supply line.

 This objective will be achieved through the following output:

Output 1. Potential causes of cross border conflicts are addressed and cooperation is improved between and among cross border communities.

 The Project contributes to the achievement of the outcomes of the UN Development Assistance Framework and Country Programme in Kyrgyzstan through strengthening multi-stakeholder cross-border working groups and cooperation mechanisms for integrating modern water management principles and reducing conflict potential caused by water shortage.

- UNDAF OUTCOME #1: A national infrastructure for peace (at local, regional and national levels) involving government, civil society, communities and individuals effectively prevents violent conflict and engages in peace building

- CPAP Output 1.3: Mechanisms for dialogue, joint problem-solving and cooperation are in place to reduce tensions in cross-border areas


Following activities have been organized in 2011 in Akkorgon Ayil Okmotu of Alabuka district, Jalalabat region:

- working meeting to discuss collaboration between local authorities, communities, NGOs and Water Management Departments for joint analysis and solutions to ensure systematic access to irrigation water for local communities. Meeting resulted in adjusted schedule of water supply to this cross border multiethnic community, as well as in a decision on required fees. Both schedule and fees have been approved by Ayil Kenesh (Local Council). 40 people attended this meeting (34 men, 6 women, 14 Kyrgyz, 22 Uzbek and 6 Tajik).

- friendship festival for 300 people aiming to strengthen interethnic dialogue and cross cultural cooperation among multiethnic cross border communities.

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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Kyrgyzstan or the lead agency for the programme. The MPTF Office Portfolio Manager (or Country Director with Delegation of Authority) for this programme:

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