ADB is providing fiscal support to help Kyrgyz Republic get back on its feet in the wake of community violence in April and June 2010. The emergency assistance will be used to maintain key social services and rebuild homes damaged during the violence. It will also help improve public and community infrastructure, and water supply and treatment systems in worst-affected cities, Osh and Jalal-Abad.
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