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1.

TURKEY STATE RAILWAYS

TCDD - Halkali Kapikule Line

  • 664 Million
  • Turkey
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TCDD - Halkali Kapikule Line
Company Name TURKEY STATE RAILWAYS
Funded By 36
Country Turkey , Western Asia
Project Value 664 Million
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Project Description A sovereign loan of up to EUR 100 million to the Republic of Turkey. The loan will be on-lent to Turkish State Railways, or TCDD. The financing will be for the construction of an approximately 76 km section of a new high-speed railway line from Halkali station, Istanbul, to just before Cerkezkoy station including: 200 km/h max speed, double track, electrified railway and the required systems including ERTMS Level 1, power supply and auxiliaries; and Modification of relevant existing infrastructure, including stations and connections to existing railway line. The project is the second phase of the new high-speed railway between Istanbul and Kapikule (the Halkali - Kapikule railway line), near the Bulgarian border. The Halkali - Kapikule railway line will be a part of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T). The Phase 1, between Cerkezkoy station and Kapikule, which is financed separately, is not a part of the EBRD project. The project will be co-financed by the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). Project Objectives The project involves the development of safe, sustainable, low-carbon, and expedient passenger and freight rail transport between Turkey and the European Union to further facilitate trade via a new high-speed railway from Halkali to Cerkezkoy.

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Company Name TURKEY STATE RAILWAYS
Address Contact Name: Hasan Pezuk (Head Department of Railway Modernisation – General Directorate of Turkish State Railways) Telephone: +90 312 520 0202 Website: www.tcdd.gov.tr Email: hasanpezuk@tcdd.gov.tr Fax: Postal Address: Haci Bayram Mahallesi, Hipodrom Caddesi, No:3, 06050, Altindag / Ankara
Web Site https://www.ebrd.com/work-with-us/projects/psd/51582.html

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KAZSOLAR 50 LLP

Karaganda Solar Phase II

  • 26,200 Trillion
  • Kazakhstan
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Karaganda Solar Phase II
Company Name KAZSOLAR 50 LLP
Funded By 36
Country Kazakhstan , Central Asia
Project Value 26,200 Trillion
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Project Description The provision of € 24.9 million loan (in KZT equivalent) for the development, construction and operation of a 76 MWp solar PV power plant located in Karaganda region, Central Kazakhstan. The funds will be used to finance the 26MWp extension of the original project (the Project) Project Objectives The Project will support Kazakhstan in its objective to increase the share of renewable energy in the energy mix and will contribute to achieving the Kazakhstan governments goal of renewable energy source sector (apart from large hydro) accounting for 3 per cent all power generation by 2020 (10 per cent by 2030).

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Company Name KAZSOLAR 50 LLP
Address Evgeniy Grebennikov evgeniy.grebennikov@goldbecksolar.com +7 778 9170 991 Zhambyl street. 85V, Saran 101201, Karaganda region, Republic of Kazakhstan
Web Site https://www.ebrd.com/work-with-us/projects/psd/51655.html

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CITY OF CRAIOVA

GrCF2 W2 - Craiova Urban Rehabilitation

  • 32 Million
  • Romania
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GrCF2 W2 - Craiova Urban Rehabilitation
Company Name CITY OF CRAIOVA
Funded By 36
Country Romania , Eastern Europe
Project Value 32 Million
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Project Description A EUR 9.2 million loan extension to the City of Craiova to cover the increased cost (including increased cost of labour, as imposed by the law, higher cost of construction materials, etc.) of the initial investment envisaging: (i) rehabilitation of 14 public buildings and (ii) modernisation of the public transport fleet through the acquisition of Euro-6 buses. This loan extension finances Craiova Urban Rehabilitation which is part of the EBRDs Green Cities Framework 2, Window 2, and was approved by the Bank on 13 November 2018 and currently under implementation. Project Objectives The project is expected to result in significant energy and CO2 savings. The investment will improve the environment and the living standards of the community.

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Company Name CITY OF CRAIOVA
Address nullconsiliulocal@primariacraiova.ro +40251416235 www.primariacraiova.ro City Hall of Craiova City, Str. A.I Cuza, nr.7, Craiova, 200585 Romania
Web Site https://www.ebrd.com/work-with-us/projects/psd/grcf2-w2-craiova-urban-rehabilitation.html

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KYRGYZ REPUBLIC SOVEREIGN, PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION UNIT

Kyrgyzstan Climate Resilience Water Supply Project

  • 70 Million
  • Kyrgyzstan
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Kyrgyzstan Climate Resilience Water Supply Project
Company Name KYRGYZ REPUBLIC SOVEREIGN, PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION UNIT
Funded By 36
Country Kyrgyzstan , Central Asia
Project Value 70 Million
Project Detail

The provision of a sovereign loan of up to €50 million in favour of the Kyrgyz Republic to rehabilitate the irrigation water conveyance infrastructure in the country ("the Project"). The loan will consist of four tranches: Tranche 1 (committed) of up to €3.72 million, Tranche 2 (committed) of up to €12.73 million, Tranche 3 (uncommitted) of up to €24.68 million and Tranche 4 (uncommitted) of up to €8.87 million. The Tranche 2 is expected to be co-financed by a capital grant from the EBRD Shareholder Special Fund ("SSF") in the amount of up to €5 million, the Tranche 3 and Tranche 4 are expected to be co-financed by a capital grant from the EU Investment Facility for Central Asia ("IFCA") in the amount of up to €15 million. The Project will be implemented by the State Water Resources Agency ("SWRA" or "Client") under the government of the Kyrgyz Republic . Project Objectives The proposed Project will finance the rehabilitation of the irrigation water conveyance infrastructure, including on-farm canals, intake structures and pumping stations in Jalalabad, Naryn and Osh regions of the Kyrgyz Republic. The Project will include the construction and/or rehabilitation of water intakes, pumping stations, main canals and a distribution network with a view to deliver water from rivers to a farm land. As a result of the Project, approximately 8,700 hectares of new irrigated land will be available for farmers creating additional jobs for more than 14,300 rural residents.

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Company Name KYRGYZ REPUBLIC SOVEREIGN, PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION UNIT
Address Mrs. Ashimbaeva Jyldyz Kalkanovna tehinvest17@mail.ru +996 772 040 471; +996 312 549 098 +996 312 549 094 www.water.gov.kg Kyrgyz Republic, City of Bishkek, Toktonaliev Street, 4A
Web Site https://www.ebrd.com/work-with-us/projects/psd/49793.html

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NOVUS UKRAINE LLC

Novus Retail and Logistics

  • 155 Million
  • Ukraine
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Novus Retail and Logistics
Company Name NOVUS UKRAINE LLC
Funded By 36
Country Ukraine , Eastern Europe
Project Value 155 Million
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Project Description The provision of a US$75 million for the expansion of the Novus netrwork of stores and the upgrade of the logistics infrastructure with the construction of a logistics centre in Kyiv. Project Objectives The Project will allow Novus to increase its customer base ans scale up its operations. In addition, the construction of a logistics centre will allow the Company to increase the centralisation and achieve greater efficiency, to add new suppliers, and to meet the future demand through the expanded network of stores. These investments will enhance the Companys operating profile, and should sustain its positive operating and financial performance.

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Company Name NOVUS UKRAINE LLC
Address Kateryna Selezen kateryna.selezen@novus.ua +380 (44) 585-41-70 585-41-71 https://novus.ua Stepana Bandery Avenue, 26, Kyiv, 04655, Ukraine
Web Site https://www.ebrd.com/work-with-us/projects/psd/51639.html

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SODRUGESTVO TRANS-AGRO LLC

Acquisition of Grain Hoppers for Sodrugestvo Belarus

  • 130 Million
  • Belarus
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Acquisition of Grain Hoppers for Sodrugestvo Belarus
Company Name SODRUGESTVO TRANS-AGRO LLC
Funded By 36
Country Belarus , Eastern Europe
Project Value 130 Million
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Project Description The provision of a US$ 130 million loan to the subsidiaries of Sodrugestvo Group in Belarus, Belagroterminal LLC ("BAT") and Sodrugestvo Trans-Agro LLC ("STA") (the "Companies") to finance capital expenditure, working capital needs, consolidate and extend the maturity of the existing financial debt (the "Project"). Up to US$ 45 million out of this amount is expected to be syndicated to commercial banks through the EBRDs A/B loan structure. Project Objectives The operation will enable the Companies to finance the acquisition of grain hoppers for the Companies needs to supply their Belarusian production facility and transport finished products; consolidate and extend the maturity of the existing financial debt of BAT; finance capital expenditure needs including, amongst others, the construction and the equipping of the boiler house, and working capital financing for the optimisation of procurement of raw materials.

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Company Name SODRUGESTVO TRANS-AGRO LLC
Address Mr. Sergey Churkin, CFO s.churkin@sodru.com www.sodrugestvo.com 26 Avenue de la Libérté L-1930 Luxembourg
Web Site https://www.ebrd.com/work-with-us/projects/psd/51992.html

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MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE - CO-OPERATIVES

Eswatini - Mkondvo-Ngwavuma Water Augmentation Program (MNWAP) Study

  • 1 Million
  • Swaziland
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Eswatini - Mkondvo-Ngwavuma Water Augmentation Program (MNWAP) Study
Company Name MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE - CO-OPERATIVES
Funded By 3
Country Swaziland , Southern Africa
Project Value 1 Million
Project Detail

Project General Description The present intervention relates to the Mkondvo-Ngwavuma Water Augmentation Program (MNWAP) Study. The project consists of conducting feasibility studies for the construction of a dam on the Mkondvo River at Mahamba Gorge and the transfer of water to the Mahosha River (a tributary of the Ngwavuma River), for the purpose of increasing the low flow of the Ngwavuma River. It was designed because of the key role of agriculture and water development in supporting inclusive growth, job creation and poverty alleviation in Eswatini. The project aims to contribute to food security, poverty reduction and resilience to climate change by supporting the development of water and irrigation infrastructure in Eswatini. The MNWAP will provide very important employment and income generation opportunities for women and youth. The study has four (04) main components, namely: (i) Mpakeni Dam and Water Supply and Irrigation Development Plan and Bidding Documents, (ii) Feasibility Study for the Mkhondvo-Ngwavuma Water Resources Augmentation Project, (iii) Strategic Environmental Impact Assessment, and (iv) Detailed Design and Bidding Documents for the Water Resources Augmentation Option. Project Objectives The overall goal of study is to contribute to food security, poverty reduction and resilience to climate change, through supporting water and irrigation infrastructure development in Eswatini. The specific objectives of the intervention are to: i) conduct feasibility studies for the construction of dams at Mahamba Gorge and Ethemba on the Mkhondvo River to enable the transfer of water to the Ngwavuma River; and for the construction of a dam at Mpakeni on the Ngwavuma River to enable the conveyance of water to downstream areas for irrigation; ii) prepare detailed designs and bidding documents for the new dams to be constructed at Mahamba Gorge, Ethemba and Mpakeni as well as the conveyance system to irrigation areas downstream; and iii) mobilize resources for the construction of the dams and conveyance system through an investor conference.

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Company Name MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE - CO-OPERATIVES
Web Site https://projectsportal.afdb.org/dataportal/VProject/show/P-SZ-AA0-007

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CINERGY S.A.

Côte dIvoire - Project to Strengthen the Structures of the Electricity System and Access to Electricity Phase I (PROSER I)

  • 50 Million
  • Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
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Côte dIvoire - Project to Strengthen the Structures of the Electricity System and Access to Electricity Phase I (PROSER I)
Company Name CINERGY S.A.
Funded By 3
Country Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) , Western Africa
Project Value 50 Million
Project Detail

Project General Description The present intervention relates to the first phase of the Project to Strengthen the Structures of the Electricity System and Access to Electricity (PROSER I). It’s an investment project relating to the extension and densification of electricity distribution networks in rural areas. The project falls within the National Rural Electrification Programme (PRONER), which mainly seeks to enhance the countrys energy capacity and improve the living conditions of the population. The PROSER I provides for the construction of 6,460 km of 33 kV lines, 3,419 km of LV lines and 1394 MV/LV rural distribution substations. These localities fall under the category of localities with less than 500 inhabitants that were not covered by the first three operations financed by the Bank and other development partners. The electrification of these localities under the project will increase the national coverage rate to 100% will seek to secure power supply by installing additional transformers in eleven (11) substations in PROSER I project areas. PROSER II will be financed in 2021. The total project cost is estimated at EUR 156.03 million, to which the Bank will contribute EUR 62.35 million through a sovereign loan from the AfDB window to the Government of Côte dIvoire. The project will be implemented over a period of 48 months. PROSER I consists of three components, namely: A) Electricity infrastructure and social connections, B) Institutional support and C) Project management. Project Objectives The project’s development objective is to strengthen and develop the Ivorian power system facilities to meet the ever-increasing demand for energy. Specifically, the project aims at extending the medium voltage networks to electrify 1,388 rural localities, and at securing eleven (11) power transmission substations to ensure continuous power supply for the population.

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Agency of the Kandadji Dam, Agency of the Kandadji Dam

Kandadji Project (WRD-SEM APL2A) Second Additional Financing

  • 150 Million
  • Niger
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Kandadji Project (WRD-SEM APL2A) Second Additional Financing
Company Name Agency of the Kandadji Dam, Agency of the Kandadji Dam
Funded By 106
Country Niger , Western Africa
Project Value 150 Million
Project Detail

Proposed Development Objective(s) Parent The Program objective of the Water Resources Development and Sustainable Ecosystems Management APL is to enhance regional coordination, development, and management of the Niger Basins water resources. The development objective of this Project (WRD-SEM APL 2A) is to increase access to water for agriculture development and capacity for energy generation in the Niger part of the Niger Basin. Proposed Development Objective(s) Additional Financing The Program objective of the Water Resources Development and Sustainable Ecosystems Management APL is to enhance regional coordination, development, and management of the Niger Basins water resources. The development objective of the Kandadji Project is to increase the capacity for energy generation and enhance the availability and management of water for agriculture development in the Niger part of the Niger Basin, and to improve livelihoods in the Tillaberi region. Components I. Institutional strengthening of the NBA II. Construction of the Kandadji Program energy infrastructure III. Implementation of environmental and social safeguards, and growth pole community development

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Company Name Agency of the Kandadji Dam, Agency of the Kandadji Dam
Address Team Leader Madio Fall, Mohamed Nanzoul, Vincent Roquet
Web Site https://projects.worldbank.org/en/projects-operations/project-detail/P172724

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Minstry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development

Malawi Watershed Services Improvement Project

  • 160 Million
  • Malawi
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Malawi Watershed Services Improvement Project
Company Name Minstry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development
Funded By 106
Country Malawi , Eastern Africa
Project Value 160 Million
Project Detail

Proposed Development Objective(s) Development Objective(s) (From PAD) Increase adoption of sustainable landscape management practices and improve watershed services in targeted watersheds Key Results • 70% of target farmers adopting sustainable landscape management practice; • 95,000ha of land area under sustainable landscape management practices; • 50,000ha of land area showing an increase in Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) and the Land Surface Water Index (LSWI), correcting for short-term climate effects20; • 42,000 people gaining access to water for productive use • 50% of target farmers benefiting from an increase in production sold to the markets and/or an increase in income from marketed products D. Project Description Component 1 – Scaling up Landscape Restoration (US$53 million) 13. This component aims to scale up landscape restoration interventions in the middle and upper Shire River Basin while enhancing the livelihoods of small-holder farming communities, addressing climate change vulnerabilities and improving and/or preserving the carbon sequestration capacity of the watershed. Specifically, the component will finance (i) performance-based grants for restoration of approximately 95,000 ha of degraded landscapes in the middle and upper Shire; (ii) matching grants for 200 farmer groups and 60 agri-enterprises to enhance agricultural-based livelihoods and boost household incomes; (iii) advisory services and capacity building on sustainable landscape management practices, including climate smart agriculture practices and silvicultural techniques, targeting approximately 15,000 people and comprising of farmers, agri-entrepreneurs, private tree growers and associations of smallholder tree growers, catchment management committees (CMCs), village natural resource management committees (VNRMCs) and district extension workers; (iv) a social marketing campaign to influence farmer behavior with respect to adoption of sustainable landscape management practices; (v) support to undertake local-level participatory land-use planning, land demarcation, adjudication and registration of 20,000 ha of land in the target area to provide security of tenure for approximately 16,000 small-holder farmers. Component 2 – Improving Watershed Services (US$82 million) 14. This component aims to maximize the benefits people and communities obtain from managing watersheds sustainably, as a basis for developing institutional and financing mechanisms needed to sustain restoration activities beyond the project period. The project will invest in improving watershed services, focusing primarily on provisioning services and regulating services, and to some extent cultural, recreation and amenity services, given that Malawi’s most iconic national parks and wildlife reserves are located in the Shire River basin. More specifically, the component will finance (i) performance-based grants to selected watershed management institutions to implement their institutional development plans aimed at improving watershed services; (ii) technical assistance and the initial capital required to establish a pilot market-based mechanism for the provision and maintenance of selected watershed services; and (iii) a package of enabling infrastructure and climate information services to maximize the livelihood benefits from improved watersheds, and to enhance the resilience of both the farming community and the watershed. 15. Enabling infrastructure investments will include (a) development of 38 multipurpose water source infrastructure (i.e. 10 small dams, 20 rain water harvesting structures and 8 high yielding boreholes etc) and associated conveyance infrastructure to increase access to water for multi-purpose use for approximately 42,000 people (of which 50 percent women), while at the same time protecting people from the destructive impacts of water (floods); and (b) last-mile infrastructure to support small-holder producer groups to improve productivity, add value to their produce and gain access to markets, including construction of 10 small-medium scale irrigation systems to provide irrigation services on approximately 2,400 ha of cropland and benefiting approximately 5,000 farmers; construction of rural feeder roads, bridges and market centers to improve access to markets; and potable water for value addition, where required. 16. To improve climate information services, the component will finance competitive grants to private sector innovators to develop and market a suite of hydrological, weather and climate products and services to enable climate-informed decision-making by different watershed users (including small holder farmers and agrienterprises, energy and water utilities, dam operators, insurance companies etc) using data from the existing and/or improved ground-based observation network managed by both the Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services (DCCMS) and NWRA, and supplemented as necessary with other sources (e.g. satellitebased data). At least one of the product/services developed will be an agro-weather service, capable of serving at least 8,000 farmers with agro-weather information services. Component 3 –Technical and Project Management Support (US$25 million) 17. This component aims to strengthen MoAIWD’s capacity to implement the proposed project (and subsequent projects in the series) in partnership with other line ministries, departments, and agencies, and to monitor and evaluate its development impact. The component will finance (i) technical assistance for preparation of future phases of the project, including delineation of priority (hotspot) catchments in Linthipe, Bua and Dwangwa river basins; forming CMCs, preparing catchment managemet plans and micro-catchment plans; and carrying out feasibility studies and engineering designs for enabling infrastructure investments identified in the catchmemt management plans; (ii) technical assistance and capacity building on biophysical and ecological monitoring to track changes in the targeted landscapes as a result of project interventions; (iii) impact evaluations to build the evidence-base to inform future projects in the SoP; (iv) project management support to the multi-sectoral technical team on project management, financial management, procurement, monitoring and evaluation, and environmental and social standards implementation; and (iii) incremental operating costs associated with day-to-day management of the project and for coordination with different sectoral agencies/departments at national, district and local levels.

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Company Name Minstry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development
Address Team Leader Josses Mugabi, Meeta Sehgal, Nigel Ross Hughes
Web Site https://projects.worldbank.org/en/projects-operations/project-detail/P167860

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