Publications


Factsheet: Transboundary Water Management in Central Asia

Commissioned by German Federal Foreign 

Project region: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan

Main partners: National water management ministries, International Fund for saving the Aral Sea (EC IFAS)

Duration: January 2009 – March 2020


Factsheet: National policy framework for water governance and integrated water resources management

Programme title: Sustainable management of water resources in rural areas in Uzbekistan

Commissioned by European Union and German Federal Foreign Office

Main partner: Ministry of Water Resources of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Pilot regions: Fergana, Namangan, Andijan, Kashkadarya, Syrdarya and Surkhandarya

Duration: January 2016 – March 2020

 


Impact sheet (in German): Grenzüberschreitendes Wassermanagement in Zentralasien

Herausforderungen / Dienstleistungen und Lieferarten / Unterstützung institutioneller Entwicklung /
Stärkung von grenzüberschreitendem Flusseinzugsgebietsmanagement / Pilotprojekte in ausgewählten Flussbecken /
Ausgewählte Ergebnisse und Auswirkungen
 


Impact sheet: Transboundary Water Management in Central Asia

Challenges / Services and Modes of Delivery / Supporting institutional development /
Strengthening transboundary river basin management / Pilot projects in selected basins /
Selected Results and Impacts
 


Impact sheet (in German): Nationaler politischer Rahmen für Wasser-Governance und integriertes Wasserressourcenmanagement

Gemeinsames Wasser-Governance-Programm der EU und der GIZ in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Ministerium für Wasserressourcen der Republik Usbekistan

Datenmanagement: Wasserkataster / Flusseinzugsgebietsplanung & Pilotstandorte / Wasser-Governance: Gesetzgebung /
Kapazitätsaufbau / Erfahrungsaustausch /Ausgewählte Ergebnisse und Wirkungen
 


Impact sheet: National policy framework for water governance and integrated water resources management

EU-GIZ Joint Water Governance Programme in partnership with the Ministry of Water Resources of the Republic of Uzbekistan
 
Challenges / Data management: Water Cadastre / Basin planning & pilot sites / Water Governance: Legislation
Capacity building / Experience exchange / Selected Results and Impacts
 


Handbook on water resources management in Uzbekistan

Autor: Sokolov V.I.
This Handbook provides an overview on Integrated Water Resources Management in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
 


Handbook on basin planning for the Republic of Uzbekistan

This publication was developed on the basis of the “Basin Planning Manual” prepared by Ekaterina Strikeleva with the assistance of Prof.Dr.Frank Schrader, Iskandar Abdullayev, Shavkat Rakhmatullaev and Alexander Nikolaenko. The present handbook is adapted by Vakhidzhon Akhmadzhonov, CAREC expert. Chapter 5 of this handbook was prepared by Florian Wolf-Ott and Conrad Clemens, experts of the Austrian Environment Agency (Umweltbundesampt Österrreich).


Assessment of the current situation of the Aksu river basin in Kashkadarya region (Analytical report)

An integrated approach, evaluating the conditions of all processes and features in the Aksu River Basin, was used in this situational analysis. This broad approach provides an overview of the state of the river basin, reveals previously unknown existing problems in the basin, and identifies relationships between various problems and tasks.


Assessment of the current situation of the Shakhrikhansay irrigation system in Andijan region (Analytical report)

A comprehensive approach was used in this situation analysis to assess the conditions of all processes and features in the basin of the Shakhrikhansay irrigation system. This broad approach provides an overview of the state of the basin, identifies previously unknown problems in the basin and identifies linkages between different problems and challenges.


Overview of water legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Working group (experts):

Asyanov Sh.M.
Korsun G.V.
Shagabutdinova E.A.


Economic mechanism to incentivise water saving at on-farm level

This report has been prepared in accordance with the tasks under the clause 7.5 – to support river basin organizations to conduct economic analysis of water use and implementation of the full cost recovery principles, in developing financial and economic incentives for water conservation and improving water productivity in rural areas under the Component 1: “National Framework Concept for Water Management and Integrated Water Resources Management” of the European Union Program on “Sustainable Water Resources Management in Rural Areas of the Republic of Uzbekistan”.


Full cost recovery on operation and maintenance of irrigation systems in the pilot river basins

This report has been prepared in accordance with the objectives of activity 7.5 – supporting river basin organizations in conducting an economic analysis of water use and the application of full cost recovery principles; in developing financial and economic incentives for water conservation and improvement of water productivity in rural areas of the Component No. 1: “National Framework Concept for Water Management and Integrated Water Resources Management” of the European Union Program of “Sustainable Water Management in Rural Areas of the Republic of Uzbekistan”

Data collection and analysis were carried out in 2017, and the report was printed in 2019. Most statistics were provided before December 31, 2017. The data were obtained from statistical collections, as well as from the annual reports of the BISA and MKM.


Full cost recovery principle of water use at river basin level: A Literature Review

The authors:
Oyture Anarbekov Researcher / Project Leader (Water Governance / Institutional Specialist) at the Central Asian Office of the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) in Tashkent, UzbekistanBekzod Akramov Consultant (Social and Economic Specialist) at the IWMI Central Asian Office in Tashkent, Uzbekistan


Diagnostic Atlas – Aksu River Basin

The authors:
Gafurov Zafar; Khodjaev Shovkat; Akramov Bekzod; Eltazarov Sarvarbekov; Anarbekov Oyture; Djumaboev Kakhramon at the IWMI Central Asian Office in Tashkent, Uzbekistan


Diagnostic Atlas – Shakhrikhansai River Basin

The authors:
Gafurov Zafar; Khodjaev Shovkat; Akramov Bekzod; Eltazarov Sarvarbekov; Anarbekov Oyture; Djumaboev Kakhramon at the IWMI Central Asian Office in Tashkent, Uzbekistan