International Year of Sanitation Presentation

Protection of Water Against Nitrate Pollution

Protocol on Water and Health 2006

Protocol on Water and Health

Joint Report Regional Wash Conference

Joint Report Sanitation Status

Documents from Bulgaria:

Access to Drinking Water and Sanitation G. Bardarska

CEHAPE Regional Priority Goal 1

Environment at a Glance Ukraine

Europe's Sanitation Problem

Sanitation is a Priority Presentation

Sanitation Profile Bulgaria

Stockholm Water Week 2008

Suatainable Sanitation for Rural Bulgaria

Достъп до информация за водите

ЕкоСан в България

План за управление на околна среда

Проект на Стратегия за устойчиво развитие на Република България

Стратегия за развитие на ВиК услугите на територията на Столична Община

Закон за регулиране на водоснабдителните и канализационни услуги

Национална стратегия за управление и развитие на водния сектор

Защо е важно да пестим вода

Documents from Kyrgyzstan:

Hygiene and Sanitation Rural Areas Kyrgyzstan 2008

Kyrgyzstan 2007

Policy Framework for Wnvironment and Sustainable Development Kyrgyzstan

Safe and Profitable Toilets

Safe Water and Sanitation

Suatainable Sanitation Otabek Bozarbaev

Swiss Development Cooperation in Water Sector

Проект по Гигиене и Санитарии в Сельской местности: 4, 5, 6

Сельский Проект Гигиены и Санитарии

Проект по Гигиене и Санитарии в Сельской Местности

Kонтрольный перечень вопросов при приемке туалетов

Сельское водопроводно -
канализационное хозяйство в
Кыргызской Республики

Безопасные и выгодные туалеты

Руководство по проектированию  санитарных сооружений

Стратегия Швейцарии по Центральной Азии в секторе водопользования на 2002 – 2006

Сельские бани и здоровье

Documents from Ukraine:

Heat Water Sanitation Ukraine

National Plans for Financing Water and Sanitation

Right to Water and Sanitation

Role of NGOs for Water and Sanitation

Rural Water and Sanitation Ukraine

Sanitation and Epidemiology

Urban Water and Sanitation Management

Water and Sanitation Coverage Ukraine

Water and Sanitation Planning

Water Supply and Sanitation Ukraine Vladimir Kuznyetsov

Вода, санітарія і гігієна для всіх

Опитът на Мама Мама--86’’ за въвеждане на сухи разделящи урината тоалетни в Украйна

Ефективно управление на канализационната
система

Documents from Uzbekizstan:

Access to Sanitation

Hygienic Aspects of Sanitation Uzbekistan Vietnam

Sanitation Profile Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan Case Study

Uzbekistan Policy of Water Management and Usage Presentation

Water and Sanitation Coverage Uzbekistan

Water and Sanitation for Schools Uzbekistan

Water Supply and Sanitation Uzbekistan

Water Critical Resource for Uzbekistan Future

Water Sanitation Hygiene Aral Sea Area

WB Status of Contracts Uzbekistan 2007

Всемирный Банк в Центральной Азии

Water - Critical Resource for Uzbekistan’s Future:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Вода - жизненно важный ресурс для будущего Узбекистана: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Сув - Ўзбекистон келажаги учун муҳим ҳаётий ресурс: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

WASH coalition in Bulgaria:

WSSCC National Coordinator: Diana Iskreva-Idigo
Executive Director Earth Forever, Bulgaria

Tel./Fax: +359 42 63 46 41
www.earthforever.org

diskreva@earthforever.org

WASH coalition in Kyrgyzstan:

WSSCC National coordinator: Zura Mendikulova

513 Frunze Street Apt. 5 Bishkek,Kyrgyzstan
Tel.: 996 312 215 853
zura1958@yahoo.com

WASH coalition in Ukraine:

WSSCC National coordinator: Anna Tsvietkova
Water and Sanitation Programme Coordinator
National Environmental NGO MAMA - 86

4 Yangel Academician Str., apt.126,
Kyiv 03057, Ukraine
Tel.: + 38 044 456 1338
Fax:+ 38 044 453 4796
atsvet@mama-86.org.ua

www.mama-86.org.ua

WASH coalition in Uzbekizstan

WSSCC National coordinator: Oral Ataniyazova

P. O. Box 27, ul. Sharafa Rashidova 39a, 742012 Nukus, Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan
atoral@yandex.ru

Fact Sheet, Kyrgyzstan

Most of Kyrgyz water originates from melting snow and glaciers. Precipitation varies from 130 to 680 millimetres per year. By international agreement, 25 percent of water resources can be retained. These are used generally used for irrigation (90% of water consumption), as the lowlands suitable for agriculture are located in a zone of insufficient moistening. Irrigation canals are taking out water from the river basins Chu, Talas Syrdaria, lake Issyk-Kul. 80 percent of the arable land in the country is irrigated.

Kyrgyzstan has considerable reserves of water resources – annual average makes 2,458 km3. There are total of 27826 rivers are located on the country territory; majority of these are trans-boundary rivers.

The main source of drinking water supply is ground water. This is also used to meet industrial, and partially irrigation needs.


Office EcoSan Toilet

One third of the country's 4.6 million inhabitants has piped water to their homes. Another third is served from stand posts or water tankers, and the remaining third is not served. Half of the villages have no functioning water system. In the southern Oblasts of Osh and Jalalabad, only about 25 percent of the villages have working water systems. Due to poor maintenance of the facilities and insufficient resources available for operations, the reliability and safety of the service of great concern and source of discontent for the population. Intermittent water supply is regular phenomenon, particularly in the summer months.

Water resources taken from nature raised to 8.007 billion m3; 306 of these from ground water sources (2006). 4.533 billion m3 consists the utilized water volume; 93% of it served for irrigation; and 3% was supplied for the needs of the households. Water losses are reported to be the average of 40% for the country. 21% of the wastewater is treated: 1.6% of this volume is in villages. 62 towns and 40 villages are served by operated sewerage systems.

In Narinkaya oblast only 59.5% of the population has access to drinking water with adequate quality. Sewerage services are extremely limited in some areas of the country: Baketskaya oblast 3.1%, Talaskaya oblast 3.4%, Norinskaya oblast 4.5%. The capital Bishkek is 100% supplied with drinking water of adequate quality, and 79.2% covered by operating sewerage services.


Tolet Summer Camp

Traditional Toilet

Total available renewable water resources

  • 21 km2/yr (11,457 L/day/cap) renewed as:
    • Surface water produced internally 214%;
    • Groundwater recharge 66%;
    • Incoming waters 0;
  • Used by man 49%;
  • Rainfall 400 mm/year.
  • Water usage

  • Total 10.29 km3/yr (100%);
  • By Sector:
    • Agriculture 93%;
    • Industry 3%;
    • Domestic 3%.

    Population with safe access to:

  • Improved water source 77% (2004); 89.8% (2006):
    • Average in Urban Areas 98 % (2004);
    • Average in Rural Areas 66 % (2004);
  • Length of new drinking water pipelines 771 km (2006);
  • Improved sanitation 59% (23.9% of the population has access to operating sewerage);
    • Average in Urban Areas 75% (2004);
    • Average in Rural Areas 51% (2004);
  • Length of new sewers 0.6 km (for 2006).
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