● Czech Development Agency

● Czech University of Life Sciences Prague

● Faculty of Tropical AgriSciences

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Sustainable Rural Development in Leylek District

Target Country:

Republic of Kyrgyzstan

Project Coordinator:

Vladimir Verner, Jan Banout

Project Team:

Zbynek Polesny, Bohdan Lojka, Jana Lojkova, Alexander Kandakov, Petr Ehl, Iva Kucerova, Bekmat Masaidov, Nurudin Karabaev, Aibek Usupbekov, Aibek Kulmashev and others

Partner(s) of the Project:

Kyrgyz Agriculture University after K.I.Skryabin


Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic

Duration of the project:

2008 - 2010


Aim of the Project:

Overall intension of the project is to improve the living standard of families settled in Leylek district. The main project objective is to improve the quality and quantity of agricultural production in Kulundu valley.

Outputs of the Project:

Firstly, development study of the target area will be compiled by the project team members. All project outcomes, results and pros and cons of designed methods will be described and comment, and, future expectation and main constrains of development marked out.

Secondly, field demonstration plots will be established in target area, Kulundu valley, on total area of 7 hectares. Recommendation of project team members will be demonstrated there and 47 households will participate on running those plots.

Thirdly, at least 47 households will be engaged into workshops and educational meetings aimed on improved agricultural systems, waste management, post-harvest processing, farm economics and impact of human/ agricultural activities on local environment.

Fourthly, capacity building and PR activities focused on project activities and target area.



Vladimir Verner





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