For residents were presented 3 projects.
on public resources
432 hectars of municipal lands were identified
21.01.2015, 12:19 – ИПР
20.01.2015, 11:36 – ИПР
Interaction of LSG with the local community: forms of citizens’ participation, gatherings and meetings
Total number of participants was 277 people: 163 people in Jalal-Abad and 114 people in Issyk-Kul oblasts.
19.01.2015, 11:58 – ИПР
The total amount of grant funds should not exceed 400 000 Kyrgyz soms (KGS) with the condition of co-financing from the local budget at least 10% of the total project expenses.
16.01.2015, 18:30 – ИПР
The Accounting Chamber in cooperation with the Policy Development Institute discussed the format and structure of guidelines for audits of local budgets
Decision of developing such guidelines was adopted by the Accounting Chamber at the beginning of 2015.
19.09.2014, 12:45 – DPI
Seven municipalities in Jalal-Abad and Issyk-Kul oblasts received certificates worth 1 million soms each
On 19 September 2014 in Bishkek the British Ambassador to the Kyrgyz Republic Judith Farnworth awarded certificates worth 1 million soms each for purchase of tractors the representatives of seven ayil aimaks of two oblasts
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