Kyzyl-Kiya Water Sub-Project — Feasibility Study, EBRD
Kyzyl-Kiya Water and Sewerage Systems Rehabilitation Project has started on October 2014, after the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development approved the allocation of funds for implementation of the Project. Approximately 36 km of water mains and 6 km of sewerage system will be rehabilitated after the end of the project.
1) to identify and establish a baseline for assessing and monitoring potential inclusion impact in relation to increased number of water and waste water connections, improved frequency of water delivery, and improvements in water quality at household level; and related health and economic benefits;
2) to identify key cost restructuring elements (e.g. labour restructuring, energy cost savings, maintenance per unit of output targets etc) and recommend reasonable loan covenants and implementation timing in this area;
3) to assess the possibilities for an affordable least-cost and cost effective bankable PIP for water and wastewater infrastructure – to rehabilitate and increase the efficiency of existing systems with strong social and environmental benefits and promoting climate resilience; and,
4) to ensure that the PIP fully meets EBRD’s Performance Requirements (“PRs”).
► Complete assistance in Feasibility Study preparation
► Interpreting and logistics support
► General local support for the successful implementation of assignment
Location of the assignment: Kyzyl-Kiya, Batken Oblast (Province), Kyrgyzstan
Cooperating companies: KS-Solutions; SWECO
Client: ME Kyzyl-Kiya Vodokanal
Duration of the assignment: 04/2015 – 01/2016