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International, regional and national development finance institutions. Many of these banks have a public interest mission, such as poverty reduction.
Bank Risk Rating: U
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Board Decision Date: 2015-02-03
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Borrower or Client: GOVERNMENT OF THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC
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- Law and Government
- Technical Cooperation
Investment Type(s): Grant
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Project Cost (USD): $ 3.30 million
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Currency conversion note:
Converted using 2015-02-03 exchange rate.
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KYRGYZ REP IMPLEMENTATION OF NSDS
This project provides funding for the development of a national strategy for development of statistics in Kyrgyzstan. Specifically, the Bank will cooperate with the National Statistical Committee and other agencies involved in statistical analysis/information to develop a national strategy.
The funding fully comes from ECASTAT: Program to Support Statistical Capacity
Building in Eastern Europe and CIS Countries.
Contact: Gregory Kisunko
Title: Sr. Public Sector Specialist
Tel.: (202) 473-2965
Contact Person: The Chairman, National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic.
720033, Bishkek, Frunze St., 374, The Kyrgyz Republic
Tel: 996 312 626084, 625626
Fax: 996 312 660138
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