EECCA

AcronymDefinition
EECCAEastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia
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Proposed Development Objective(s) : In line with the Bank policy and strategy to identify the key areas in which support can best assist a country in achieving sustainable development and eliminating extreme poverty, the project aims to help countries to improve their capacity to produce consistent and coherent socio-economic statistics and ultimately to properly implement the 2008 SNA across the 12 EECCA countries and Mongolia, in order to advance the data foundation for measuring sustainable development, and to support evidence based policymaking and effective monitoring.
Participation of experts focusing on underrepresented EECCA countries in the international statistical Expert Group meetings in Geneva;
The TACIS review also looks to take into account circumstances in the EECCA region.
- Cleaning riverbeds or streams, ditches or canals of debris or waste in the loading of the products for the car and transfer to alternative management company EECCA any distance.
To be auctioned include the supply of a crusher aggregates for the coating material in landfills of inert materials from demolition and construction (waste excavation, demolition and construction (eecca).
lending in EECCA and identify the conditions that would enable them to support an expanded portfolio of
- twelve countries in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia (EECCA): Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Uzbekistan, the Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and the Ukraine.
This observation explains the different pace and levels observed in this area in countries undergoing economic transition, which are much further advanced if they are on the path to EU accession than EECCA countries.
The project outcomes, as well as the experiences and lessons learned during its implementation, should offer ideas and demonstrate the opportunities for scaling up a green economy transition across the EECCA region.