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  • EBRD invests in Tajik

    hydropower

     

    Hydropower is of crucial importance to Tajikistan’s

    economic well-being, the source of some 96 per cent

    of its electricity. But it brings with it vulnerability

    to climate risks such as glacial melting and 

    fluctuating rainfall.

     

    Thanks to Tajikistan’s wealth in water resources, 

    prudent investment in hydropower holds out 

    the promise of a viable, reliable source of clean

    energy to support economic development and

    living standards. 

  • Know-how helps Kyrgyz

    Republic’s Aselina

     

    For many clothing companies in the Kyrgyz

    Republic, ensuring consistency of output is a

    continual struggle.

     

    But the EBRD helped Aselina, a small garment

    manufacturer in Bishkek, gain the know-how it

    needed both to expand and improve quality and 

    productivity.

  • EBRD helps upgrade

    Moldova’s road network

     

    Moldova’s road network is improving and

    exporters can more easily transport goods abroad

    thanks to the EBRD’s partnership with the

    European Union’s Neighbourhood Investment

    Facility and the European Investment Bank.

     

    Investments totalling €670 million are helping

    upgrade over 800 km of key roads in the country,

    funding expected to have a significant impact on the

    comparatively small nation.

What we do

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development fosters transition to market economies in countries from central and eastern Europe to central Asia and the southern and eastern Mediterranean.

EBRD Annual Meeting 2014

Our Annual Meeting and Business Forum this year took place in Warsaw.

Its theme was ‘Changing Economies, Changing Lives’ 25 years after the fall of the Iron Curtain.