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Direction 1 of the ASBP-3

  The first direction – Integrated Use of Water Resources – includes projects aimed at addressing the problems associated with transboundary water resources management, establishing monitoring systems, modeling and establishing databases, developing basin plans, and ensuring the safety of water facilities.

Integrated Use of Water Resources, taking into account the interests of all states in the region suggests:
• Developing proposals to optimize the management and use of water resources in Central Asia, taking into account environmental factors, effects of climate change to meet the national interests of the Aral Sea basin.
• Improving and strengthening the management of transboundary water resources.
• Modernization, automation and improving technical conditions of water facilities.
• Assisting the countries of Central Asia to address the problem of maintaining a steady condition of the environment in the face of climate change.
• Increased efficiency of water use and amelioration of irrigated lands, reducing the burden on state budgets by reducing the amounts of the cost of maintenance and repair of irrigation infrastructure.
• Improving the quality of hydrometeorological services for weather-dependent sectors of the economy of Central Asia.
• improving the monitoring system, including collection, transfer, processing, storage and dissemination of hydrological and meteorological information.
• Creating a database and computer models for the management of transboundary water resources.
• Assisting in the harmonization of monitoring parameters of water resources and irrigated lands.
• Assisting the countries in reducing the risk of natural disasters, including through the strengthening of regional cooperation, improve disaster preparedness and response.
Increased efficiency of decision making, prevention of causes of conflict situations and emerging environmental challenges are among the important outcomes of projects implementation.
Upon resolution of the above issues, efficiency of water use will be improved by reducing unproductive losses, efficiency of irrigation systems and the technical level of operation of irrigation systems will be increased.
Through the above activities, crop yields will be increased. Systems of monitoring and early warning will be modernized, thus improving the safe operation of hydraulic structures for the long term.

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