International organizations

United Nations Development program UNDP
Location: United Nations Development Program, Republic of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Mirabad Street 41/3 index 100015
Phone: +998 71 120 34 50
Fax: +998 71 120 34 50
E-mail: registry.uz@undp.org
Website: http://www.uz.undp.org

 

Web site: http://www.uz.undp.org


Islam Development Bank IDB
Location: P. Box. 5925 Jeddah 21432 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Telephone: (+9662) 6361400
Fax: (+9662) 6366871
E-mail: idbarchives@isdb.org

The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) was established on December 18, 1973 at a meeting of the finance ministers of the member countries of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) and began its activities in October 1975. The IDB headquarters is located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. At the same time, the bank has 11 representative offices and 4 regional offices in Rabat (Morocco), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Almaty (Kazakhstan) and Dakar (Senegal).

Web site: http://www.isdb.org

lamic Development Bank (IDB) was established on December 18, 1973 at a meeting of finance ministers of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) and began operations in October 1975.
IDB headquarters is located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. However, the bank has 11 branches and four regional offices in Rabat (Morocco), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Almaty ( Kazakhstan ) and Dakar (Senegal) .
All countries - members of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) are entitled to become members of the IDB. The Bank is currently unites 56 member countries. The main shareholders in terms of paid-up shares are Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Libya, Turkey, UAE, Iran, Egypt and Qatar.
IDB authorized capital is 100 billion Islamic Dinar, divided into 10,000,000 shares with a nominal value equal to 10,000 Islamic dinar each.
Each member country is represented on the Governing Board of the Bank manager and deputy manager. The Governing Council meets once a year to review the Bank's activities during the previous year and the solutions of the future policy of the Bank. The Governing Council is the supreme governing body of the bank. He may delegate the authority to the Board of Executive Directors for the conduct of the general operations of the Bank.
Board of Executive Directors consists of 18 members , 9 of which are appointed and elected 9. President of the Bank is the Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors. Director hold office for a term of three years and may be re-elected.
In accordance with the general objectives of enhancing development and social progress, the Bank is financing productive projects in both the public and private sectors of member countries. It invests in the economic and social infrastructure projects, providing technical assistance to member countries and promotes international trade.
IDB finances development projects in member countries in several ways relevant to Islamic principles of financing, such as leasing, installment sale, istisna, participation in equity line financing.
Since its establishment, the bank is continuously developed and now is a group of organizations including the Islamic Development Bank, Islamic Research and Training, Islamic Corporation for the Insurance of Investment and Export Credit, Islamic Corporation for Private Sector Development and the International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation.
Main operating activities of the Group IDB aimed at promoting a comprehensive socio-economic development are: the development of infrastructure, institutional capacity building, promotion of cooperation among the member countries, private sector development and promotion of Islamic banking and finance industry.
From inception to the end of Q1 1434 Hijri (corresponding 10.02.2013) Was approved by the IDB Group's financing operations in 7655 worth more than 89.6 billion U.S. dollars, sold by project financing, technical assistance, financing operations through trade and the provision of special projects assistance for IDB member countries .
Cooperation between Uzbekistan and the IDB began in 1991 , when the Bank has approved grants for the reconstruction of a number of historic buildings such as the Mir-Arab Madrasah in Bukhara Madrasah Dar-El Hadith Memorial Complex of Imam Al -Bukhari .
First formal accession talks in Uzbekistan IDB were initiated during the visit of the Uzbek delegation May 20-28, 2003. in the headquarters of the bank in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia). As a result of these negotiations and subsequent meetings at 28 annual meeting of the IDB Group, which was held in Alma- Ata ( Kazakhstan ) on 2-4 September 2003., It was decided on the adoption of the Republic of Uzbekistan as a full member of the IDB.
Immediately after the event, in October 2003 in Uzbekistan was held investment bank conference, which was attended by representatives of the diplomatic corps and business IDB member countries as well as international financial institutions. In the same year in Uzbekistan was a mission led by the IDB Vice President of the Bank Dr. Amadou Boubacar Sise, the results of which defined a program of cooperation between the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the IDB for the coming years.
To date, the program IDB cooperation with Uzbekistan, with the IDB approved for funding amounting to about $1 221 million for the implementation of 32 projects in areas such as health, energy, agriculture, construction and equipping of schools and professional colleges, construction and repair of roads, open lines of financing for small and private businesses, and promoting the reform of public financial management and others. Of them as at 01.11.2013 were signed and entered into force on financial agreements worth more than 991.0 million U.S. dollars , and it been financed over $ 400 million.
In 2012, between the IDB and Uzbekistan signed an agreement on the financial implementation of the following projects :
- "Construction and equipping of 14 oncological clinics in Uzbekistan" in the amount of 37.04 million U.S. dollars,
- "Rehabilitation of main (irrigation) system channels Tashsakinskoy Khorezm region" in the amount of 90.37 million U.S. dollars,
- "Modernization and reconstruction of existing hydroelectric power plants" in the amount of U.S. $ 100 million,
- as well as a grant agreement for the project "Institutional development "Uzinfoinvest" Agency in the amount of 300 thousand U.S. dollars.
At the same time, in 2013 signed and on the elaboration of the following projects:
1. Modernization and the introduction of energy-efficient technologies in the outdoor lighting networks Tashkent on $ 36 million (the project was approved on February 9, 2013. Signed 17.04.2013. Entered into force on June 15, 2013);
2. Modernization of HPP Cascade Tashkent, Kadirin and Shahrikhon for $100 million (the project was approved on May 31, 2013 , signed on May 25, 2013);
3. Financing of two aircraft for NAC Uzbekistan Airways in the amount of $170 million (the project was approved on May 19, 2013, agreements were signed 25.05.2013 and 18.07.2013);
4. Introduction of automated commercial electricity metering system in the Republic of Karakalpakstan, Khorezm and Surkhandarya regions (the project was approved on October 27, 2013);
5. Equipment of the Center of State Sanitary and Epidemiological Inspectorate with the laboratory equipment;
6. Improving the management of water resources in Surkhandarya region (upgrade of channels Hazarbag - Akkapchigay).


The World Bank

Headquarters:

1818 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20433 USA
Тел: (202) 473-1000

 

Since September 1992 Uzbekistan has been a member of the World Bank. The Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On the accession of the Republic of Uzbekistan to the International Monetary Fund, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, International Promotion Association, International Finance Corporation, and Investment Guarantee Agency" came into force on 2 July 1992.

Web site: http://www.worldbank.org

Since September 1992, the Republic of Uzbekistan is a member of the World Bank. July 2, 1992 enacted the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On the membership of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the International Monetary Fund, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the International Development Association , International Finance Corporation, the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency."
Uzbekistan is one of the Swiss group of countries - members of the World Bank.
World Bank Country Office in Uzbekistan was opened in 1992. World Bank mission in Uzbekistan is to help improve the living standards of the population. The Bank provides advice and financial resources to improve the efficiency of social services and modernization of the country's infrastructure.
Borrowing World Bank program aimed at helping the country to improve access to health services , further development of school education; rehabilitation of irrigation infrastructure and support to private farmers, providing clean drinking water in rural areas and cities, restoring infrastructure and public services, investing in programs to address issues related to public goods and climate change.
At the moment there is a new strategy of the World barque IBRD Financial Assistance to the Republic for 2008-2011. The strategy is based on the program of the Republic of Uzbekistan 's Welfare Improvement for 2007-2010, which was approved by the Presidium of the Cabinet of Ministers in August 2007.
Current Portfolio lays the foundation for the four main directions of the Strategy of the World Bank 's Country Assistance for the period from 2008 to 2011 . in support of the priorities of the state :
(i) improve the environment for economic growth;
(ii) the growth of economic opportunities in rural areas;
(iii) improving the efficiency in providing services to the public;
(iv) management of the environment and the provision of global public goods.
The current World Bank portfolio consists of 10 active projects, including - Water Resources Management Project in the Ferghana Valley, Phase -I; project of reconstruction of treatment facilities and sewer systems of cities of Bukhara and Samarkand, Project Development of School Education and Basic Education Project ( second phase); enterprise Support project (second phase ) project of the Global alliance for Improved nutrition (GAIN ) Health project 2, project drainage, irrigation and wetlands Improvement phase I ( drainage project ) water Supply Project of Bukhara and Samarkand, industrial energy project.


Asian Development Bank

Headquarters (HQ)6 ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City 1550, Metro Manila, Philippines

Tel: +63 2 6324444 

Fax: +63 2 6362444

 

The Asian Development Bank is an international financial institution and its main goal is to reduce poverty and improve the welfare of the Asian Pacific region. Uzbekistan joined the ADB in 1995. ADB has been supporting Uzbekistan's development since 1996.

The Asian Development Bank was conceived in the early 1960s as a financial institution that would be Asian in character and foster economic growth and cooperation in one of the poorest regions in the world. 

ADB assists its members, and partners, by providing loans, technical assistance, grants, and equity investments to promote social and economic development. 

ADB is composed of 67 members, 48 of which are from the Asia and Pacific region. 

Web site: http://www.adb.org

Since September 1992, the Republic of Uzbekistan is a member of the World Bank. July 2, 1992 enacted the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On the membership of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the International Monetary Fund, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the International Development Association , International Finance Corporation, the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency."
Uzbekistan is one of the Swiss group of countries - members of the World Bank.
World Bank Country Office in Uzbekistan was opened in 1992. World Bank mission in Uzbekistan is to help improve the living standards of the population. The Bank provides advice and financial resources to improve the efficiency of social services and modernization of the country's infrastructure.
Borrowing World Bank program aimed at helping the country to improve access to health services , further development of school education; rehabilitation of irrigation infrastructure and support to private farmers, providing clean drinking water in rural areas and cities, restoring infrastructure and public services, investing in programs to address issues related to public goods and climate change.
At the moment there is a new strategy of the World barque IBRD Financial Assistance to the Republic for 2008-2011. The strategy is based on the program of the Republic of Uzbekistan 's Welfare Improvement for 2007-2010, which was approved by the Presidium of the Cabinet of Ministers in August 2007.
Current Portfolio lays the foundation for the four main directions of the Strategy of the World Bank 's Country Assistance for the period from 2008 to 2011 . in support of the priorities of the state :
(i) improve the environment for economic growth;
(ii) the growth of economic opportunities in rural areas;
(iii) improving the efficiency in providing services to the public;
(iv) management of the environment and the provision of global public goods.
The current World Bank portfolio consists of 10 active projects, including - Water Resources Management Project in the Ferghana Valley, Phase -I; project of reconstruction of treatment facilities and sewer systems of cities of Bukhara and Samarkand, Project Development of School Education and Basic Education Project ( second phase); enterprise Support project (second phase ) project of the Global alliance for Improved nutrition (GAIN ) Health project 2, project drainage, irrigation and wetlands Improvement phase I ( drainage project ) water Supply Project of Bukhara and Samarkand, industrial energy project.