Monthly overview - March 2014

Monthly report on IWRM in Central Asia: March 2014

          

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Kazakhstan

11.03.2014

Head of the Ministry of Emergency situations suggests to be ready for the consequences of global warming in Kazakhstan

Head of Kazakhstan Ministry of Emergency situations Vladimir Bozhko, during the Government session shared his worry about atmosphere and oceans warming. As he told, in the summary for the politicians, prepared by the UN experts group on climate change analysis, which was provided by Ministry of environment and water resources, verbatim: “Atmosphere and ocean are getting warmer, snow and glassier are shortening, ocean level increased, greenhouse gases concentration are becoming higher. In the northern hemisphere years of 1982-2012, probably, were the warmest 30-years period in the last 1400 years.” As the same expert says, “the number of the dry lands where intensive precipitation amount increased, are more than the number of dry lands where its number became less.” It was increased in the Europe, in America, in our neighbours’, in Russia, and in Ural as well, - mentioned Minister.

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Monthly overview - January 2014

 

Monthly overview of events in the field of IWRM in Central Asia, January 2014

               

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Kazahstan

10.01.14

Infringemen to flegality had been detected during implementation of state programAkBulakin Akmolaregion, delivered water is used in 29 ruralcommunities, sayspress-service of regional prosecutorsoffice. In the village Bayagiz of Zhaksyn district people use water from open pool. It was fixed, that due to dept for electricity, the built water supply object stays idle.

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Monthly overview - February 2014

Monthly report on IWRM in Central Asia: February 2014

              

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Kazakhstan

 

Water supply project «Ak Bulak»

Following the results of three years of realization of the program «Ak Bulak», access to the centralized water supply was 84 %. Thus, there is potable water in 10 cities, 3 settlements and in 305 villages of the East-Kazakhstan region. According to the head of the Department of Energy and Housing and Communal Services of EKR Aytkazy Sherubaev, more than 20 billion tenge was spent for the program’s implementation in 2011-2013. «Ak Bulak» worked in all areas of EKR. 59 of 77 are completed projects and the rest are planned to be implemented in 2014. To date the access to the centralized water supply in the cities of East Kazakhstan has been amounted to 97 %, in rural areas – 65, 5 %, and to the centralized wastewater 53 % of urban and 12 % of rural population.

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