Asian Development Bank and Kyrgyz Republic: Fact Sheet

Date: April 2013
Type: Brochures and Flyers
Series: Country Fact Sheets


Updated yearly, this ADB Country Fact Sheet provides social and economic indicators on the Kyrgyz Republic as well as concise information on ADB's operations in the country and contact information.

ADB has partnered with the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic since 1994, and the Kyrgyz Republic was selected as one of the pilot countries during the February 2003 Rome Conference on Harmonization. Since then, key development partners have learned to better coordinate and harmonize procurement procedures, oversee financial management and monitoring, share project implementation units, and conduct joint country portfolio reviews. The joint country support strategy for the Kyrgyz Republic was one of the best examples of such cooperation. Joint country portfolio reviews have been conducted since 2003. Donor coordination in the Kyrgyz Republic is exemplary. The Development Partners’ Coordination Council (DPCC) meets monthly to discuss common issues, and various DPCC sector working groups actively coordinate donors’ sector support. The government also established the coordination council chaired by the Prime Minister in 2012.