UK plans to provide Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan with nearly $ 27.7 M annually
UK government plans for the next four years to allocate to Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan on the average nearly $ 27.7 million annually, according to the report of the Department for International Development of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (DFID), said Andrew Mitchell, head of the department,24.kg reported.
According to DFID, the UK government has completed a major global review of its programs of international assistance. According to the review, Kyrgyzstan continues to be among the countries where DFID (DFID) will continue to provide assistance
"Today, we use a wide range of tools to provide assistance, including technical assistance projects, support, based on software-approach in the field of public administration and improve service delivery, said Andrew Mitchell. This includes support for reforms to improve public finance management, improving access to water and sanitation, as well as sectoral government funding of health care reform, which is a unique tool for providing care in the region."
"The success of our programs depends largely on the commitment and interest of our partners, including central and local governments, he stressed. The Government's commitment to structural reforms and more effective and transparent use of public resources will be crucial for reducing poverty in the Kyrgyz Republic. We look forward to continued partnership with the Government in achieving these goals."