Water Meter Project Jalal-Abad, Kyrgyzstan

Over 20 years after independence of Kyrgyzstan, basic infrastructure has been continuously deteriorating because of inefficient management, lack of preventive maintenance and reduced capital investments. In urban areas as Jalalabad the infrastructure, especially water supply, is under additional strain due to internal migration from rural areas and at a risk of collapsing. Installation of 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.


Supply of domestic water meters and bulk flow meters with related fittings and pipes for Jalalabad City (Procurement of goods and related services). In the frame work of Jalalabad Water and Waste Water Rehabilitation Project (JWRP).


July 2015 - December 2016


Jalal-Abad, Kyrgyzstan

Supply of:

    • 9'000 domestic water meters

    • 5 bulk flow meters

    • Related fittings and pipes

Additional Service:

  • Training for installation and operational staff



Jalalabad City and Upravlenie “Jalal-Abadvodokanal”

Financed by:

Government of the Swiss Confederation, State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), admin. by EBRD


Ernst Basler + Partner AG