Information resource on donors activities
in the Kyrgyz Republic

Aid Management Platform for the Kyrgyz Republic

Hosted by the Prime Minister's Office in coordination with the Ministry of Finance, this website is used to track foreign development assistance to the Kyrgyz Republic. View the public dashboards and reports to see what development partners are working on, and use the interactive map to see where they are taking place.

The information in the AMP is entered by both Ministry of Finance, which provides information regarding on-budget Public Investment Programmes, and development partners report on off-budget financing of public development projects. The Aid Management Platform was developed to improve coordination between the Government of Kyrgyzstan and development partners, as well as among development partners to avoid duplication of efforts and to better align with government priorities.


Third High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness

Accra, Ghana
2-4 September 2008
In September 2008, ministers from over 100 countries, heads of bilateral and multilateral development agencies, donor organizations, and civil society organizations from around the world will gather in Accra for the Third High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (2-4 September). Their common objective is to help developing countries and marginalized people in their fight against poverty by making aid more transparent, accountable and results-oriented. The Third High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (Third HLF) will:
- review progress in improving aid effectiveness
- broaden the dialogue to newer actors
- chart a course for continuing international action on aid effectiveness

The official HLF3 website at

Financial Management Harmonization

Achievements at the international level 
In February 2001, the Financial Management Harmonization Working Group (the Working Group) was created by the Presidents of several multilateral development banks (MDBs). The original participating MDBs are African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the World Bank. The Islamic Development Bank became a Participating MDB in 2002.

The Working Group meets biannually to address the harmonization of their policies and practices in financial management and analysis, as well as collaborate on Financial Management diagnostic work and in financial reporting and auditing.

Harmonized procurement procedures and documents of donors


The World Bank is committed to the international harmonization agenda. At the request of several donors partners, the World Bank is assuming specific additional responsibilities at the global level in support of country-level implementation. While at the international level, these efforts have already resulted in several harmonized standard bidding documents, donors are also focusing on harmonization of procurement procedures and documents at the country-level which will be carried out in two stages. 

The first stage would cover harmonization among donors procedures and documents; and the second stage would concern harmonization between the government procedures and those of the donors. In agreement with the government and the donors, therefore, the World Bank has developed for their consideration the following draft harmonized documents and procedures.

Harmonization of Donor practices

For several years, the donor community have been concerned with the growing evidence that, over time, the wide variety of donor requirements and processes for preparing, delivering, and monitoring development assistance are generating unproductive transaction costs for the partner countries. These concerns have been met by attempts to reduce transaction costs and improve the effectiveness of aid delivery and management through harmonization of donor procedures at the global, regional and country levels.

The High Level Forum on Harmonization in Rome identified three countries in ECA Region which would be pilot countries for harmonization: Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan and Serbia. Following the Rome meeting, the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic passed the Resolution in March, 2003 and appointed the Ministry of Finance (MoF) as the executing agency for harmonization program.