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Main sources of information

Abdullaev, U.V. 2001. The national water requirements and variants for their management. National Report of the Republic of Uzbekistan No 1. Volume 2. Management of water resources and salt. Project on management of water resources and environment.

Abdullaev, I., Giordano, M. & Rasulov, A. After 2005. Cotton in Uzbekistan: water and welfare.

Abdullaev, I., de Fraiture, C., Giordano, M., Yakubov, M. & Rasulov, A. 2009. Agricultural water use and trade in Uzbekistan: Situation and potential impacts of market liberalization. Water Resources Development, Vol. 25, No 1, 47-63, March 2009.

ADB. 2003. Amu Zang irrigation rehabilitation. Report and recommendation of the president to the board of directors on a pro-posed loan and technical assistance grant to the Republic of Uzbekistan for the Amu Zang irrigation rehabilitation project. Manila, Asian Development Bank.

Akhmadov, E. 2008. Uzbekistan experiences serious water shortages. 05/28/2008 issue of the Central Asia Caucus Institute Analyst.

Country Studies. 2011. Uzbekistan. agriculture.

Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. 2011. Uzbekistan creates national committee of large dams.

FAO. 1997. Irrigation in the countries of the former Soviet Union in figures. FAO Water Report No. 15. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

FAO-IPTRID. 2004. Drainage in the Aral Sea in the direction of sustainable development strategies. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations–International Programme for Technology and Research in Irrigation and Drainage.

FIA. 2008. Irrigation water shortage could mean disaster for Uzbekistan. Ferghana Information Agency.

Global Hand. 2011. Association of Uzbekistan for Sustainable Development of Water Resources (AUSWRD).

GoU. 2011a. State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Nature Protection. Government of Uzbekistan.

GoU. 2011b. Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Government of Uzbekistan.

OrexCA. 2011. Water resources of Uzbekistan. Oriental Express Central Asia.

SIWI. 2010. Regional Water Intelligence Report Central Asia, Stockholm International Water Institute

State Committee of Uzbekistan on Statistics. 2009. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. Statistical Yearbook.

TACIS. 1996. Non-traditional methods of irrigation. Technical Assistance to the Commonwealth of Independent States

UNDP. 2000. Technical assistance and administrative support to implement “Water Supply, Sanitation and Health Project”. New York, United Nations Development Programme.

UNDP. 2004. Water resources of Kazakhstan in the new millennium. New York, United Nations Development Programme.

UN-SPECA. 2001. Diagnostic report. Rational and efficient use of water resources in Central Asia. United Nations Special Programme for Economies of Central Asia.

UNICEF. 2003. The Aral Sea and drought. New York, United Nations Children’s Fund.

USAID. 2003a. Irrigation district improvements in Uzbekistan. United States Agency for International Development.

USAID. 2003b. The Pakhtaabad Canal Pilot Project. United States Agency for International Development..

USAID. 2012. Water project helps reduce ethnic conflict. Case study. United States Agency for International Development.

Uzgiprovodhoz Institute. 2005. Plan for water resources management, irrigation and restoration of land in the Republic of Uzbekistan. Summary.

WaterWideWeb. 2010. World Bank invests in Uzbekistan’s water management.

Wegerich K. 2002. The role of elites in changing water institutions at the local level in Uzbekistan.


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