Regional Resilient Pastoral Communities Project

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Regional Resilient Pastoral Communities Project

The Regional Resilient Pastoral Communities Project (RRPCP) reduces rural poverty and food insecurity in Kyrgyzstan by increasing resilience, income, and economic growth in farming communities. The nationwide five-year project is expected to reach at least 557,000 rural households.

The RRPCP promotes investment in natural resource management through financing instruments that consider both economic incentives and environmental services. Instruments with different degrees of concession for critical environmental areas, such as mudslide-prone areas and protected forests, will be used.

Through pasture and forest plans that acknowledge the interdependence of both these resources mitigation and adaptation impacts are improved.

New ecological and profitable technologies will also be promoted through a competitive grants mechanism.

The RRPCP is targeted to households:

  • practicing extensive livestock rearing;
  • extracting forest products;
  • producing fodder;
  • with women and youth.

Targeting is based on village visions, livelihood fragility, and social vulnerability.

Status: Approved
Country
Kyrgyzstan
Approval Date
29 December 2021
Duration
2021 - 2027
Sector
Credit and Financial Services
Total Project Cost
US$ 65.21 million
IFAD Financing
US$ 31.28 million
Co-financiers (International)
Russian-Kyrgyz Development Fund US$ 10 million
Adaptation Fund US$ 9.2 million
Co-financiers (Domestic)
Beneficiaries US$ 13.97 million
Financing terms
DSF Grant/Highly Concessional
Project ID
2000001978
Project Contact
Samir Bejaoui

Project design reports

Project design reports

Kyrgyzstan 2000001978: RRPCP Project Design Report December 2021 Type:
Region: Near East, North Africa, Europe and Central Asia

Supervision and implementation support documents

Environmental and social impact assessment

Final environmental and social management framework

Interim (mid-term) review report

Resettlement action framework

PCR digest

Special study

Project list

Audit and Financial Statements

Project completion report

Co-financiers

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