Eptisa participates in the inception workshop of the Project Preparatory Technical Assistance for the Water Resources Management in Pyanj River Basin in Dushanbe, Tajikistan

The objectives of the Inception Workshop are to present the project, its purpose, scope of the work and proposed work plan to key stakeholders

November 03 2014

The Asian Development Bank signed a Project Preparatory Technical Assistance (PPTA) contract with Eptisa for the water resources management in the Pyanj River Basin, located in Dushanbe, Tajikistan.

The objective of this Project Preparatory Technical Assistance is to design a stand-alone grant investment project for increase farm incomes in the Chubek Irrigation System area in Pyanj River basin. More specifically, the project aims increasing the agricultural water productivity in that region.

The inception workshop was held in n October in conference room of Ministry of Energy and Water Resources in Dushanbe with the attendance of nearly 40 participants from Asian Development Bank, PPTA consultant’s team, and different governmental institutions, international and non-governmental institutions.

Mr. Ryutaro Takaku, Senior Water Resources Specialist from Environment, Natural Resources & Agriculture Division Central and West Asia Department of ADB briefly referred to the progress, and presentations were given by the PPTA Consultant’s Team in order to raise awareness of the key stakeholders and to obtain feedback from the meeting participants.

It is emphasized that this PPTA will aim developing investment projects in line with the ADB strategy, continuity support to agriculture and water resources management (WRM), assisting in WRM reforms and modernization, as well as climate proofing of WRM, infrastructure and water use in Pyanj River Basin (PRB), enhancing climate change adaptation and increasing institutional & financial strategy.


 
 Eptisa participates in the inception workshop of the Project Preparatory Technical Assistance for the Water Resources Management in Pyanj River Basin in Dushanbe, Tajikistan