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North Tajik Water Meters NTWRP2-1.4

Based on the excellent outcomes in previous joint projects, EBRD asked the Swiss Government to participate in the new project North Tajik Water II Rehabilitation Project. This project aims at improving the water supply systems in the cities of Shakhristan, Zafarobod, Panjakent and Istaravshan.
In Tajikistan, a high percentage of the population (especially in rural regions) still do not have access to safe drinking water, resulting in severe health consequences - particularly for the poorest people. Installation of domestic water meters helps foster the efficient, transparent and accountable management and delivery of public services at local levels and leads to public sensitization on drinking water and sanitation issues. The vision is: access to affordable, reliable and sustainable drinking water supply and sanitation to improve living conditions of the population.


Supply of domestic water meters for the cities Shakhriston, Zafarobod, Panjakent and Istaravshan in the framework of the North Tajik Water II Rehabilitation Project (NTWRP2).
Training of the customer specialists and local installers.


December 2017 - June 2018


Cities of Shakhristan, Zafarobod, Panjakent and Istaravshan, Tajikistan

    Supply of:

  • A total of 13,876 water meters

  • PP-R pipes, ball-valves, strainers and other fittings

  • Spare parts for 5 years

  • Training of local installers


SUE Khojagii Manziliyu Kommunali (KMK), Dushanbe, Tajikistan

Financed by:

Government of the Swiss Confederation, State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO)



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