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INDEPENDENT STUDY: Regional Water Intelligence Report Central Asia

The purpose of the Regional Water Intelligence Reports (RWIR) is to provide regular updates on the political economy of transboundary water resources issues, management and development in support of sustainable investments. The RWIR focus on the socio-economic aspects of water management and highlight the links between water, energy, food and human security from a regional perspective. Each RWIR is designed to provide the client with Key Messages related to Regional Water Intelligence their specific needs.

The report targets the Aral Sea Basin and focuses on Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. Afghanistan (also a part of the basin) and influential neighboring countries like China and Russia are part of the regional analysis.

The Report was commissioned by the UNDP Water Governance Facility (WGF) as an independent study to inform UNDP strategic decision making on current and future regional and national water programming and sustainable investments. The Report is a summary of a baseline study prepared in July 2009 for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to support the identification of opportunities for sustainable investments and to inform implementation of ongoing regional initiatives. It is believed that other actors will also find the report useful as a basis for their strategic decision-making in the Aral Sea Basin region.
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