(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) BAKU, Azerbaijan, June 10. World Bank (WB) has
provided financing totaling $1.16 million to 774 farmers in
Kyrgyzstan, trend reports.
The financial aid was provided within the frame of Integrated
Dairy Productivity Improvement Project.
Within the framework of the project, the World Bank
representatives conducted visits to the Talas, Issyk-Kul, and Naryn
regions of Kyrgyzstan. During these visits, meetings with groups of
borrowers consisting of milk producers were organized. And the
establishment of a second group of borrowers was announced.
The WB delegation was represented by Practice Manager for
Agriculture and Food in the WB's Europe and Central Asia
Sustainable Development Group Frauke Jungbluth, project manager
from the WB side Tahira Syed and co-manager of the project Talaibek
The Integrated Dairy Productivity Improvement Project for
Kyrgyzstan was approved by the WB board on November 29, 2016.
The project, with a total cost of $5.12 million, is implemented
by the Ministry of Agriculture of Kyrgyzstan and set to conclude on
January 15, 2026.
The main goal of the Integrated Dairy Productivity Improvement
Project in Kyrgyzstan is to improve the productivity of dairy
animals and the quality of milk on the farms benefiting from the
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