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The scale of investment projects implemented in the field and issues of improving their quality

In the development of the drinking water supply and sewerage system, a total of 22 investment projects are being implemented with the participation of international financial institutions (IFIs), totalling US$2.35 billion. These 22 projects are financed from the following sources: – US$1,972.9 million (83.9%) – IFI funds; – US$377.6 million (16.1%) – state budget funds.

According to the Investment Program in 2021, 22 projects provide for the development of investments in the amount of US$201.3 million. In January-July of this year, loans from international financial institutions were disbursed in the amount of US$82.5 million.

The bulk of the disbursed loans falls on the Asian Development Bank (36.3 percent of the total), the World Bank (35.1 percent), the Islamic Development Bank (19.4 percent), the Saudi Development Fund (4.7 percent). ), OPEC Fund (3.4 percent). The bulk of the disbursed credit funds falls on the Bukhara region (US$23.8 million), the Tashkent region (US$19.2 million), the Syrdarya region (US$16.0 million), Samarkand region (US$11.2 million). ), Jizzakh region (US$9.0 million) and the Republic of Karakalpakstan (US$1.7 million).

These funds will be used for construction and installation work, the purchase of equipment and instruments, the provision of consulting services and other purposes. At the same time, to date, by attracting funds from IFIs in the field of further development of the drinking water supply and sewerage system, work is underway on 23 promising projects with a total cost of US$2.1 billion.

At the moment, work is underway on the development of design and project documents, approval and agreement of the developed documents.