Yap state, with a population of 11,400 during project preparation, is one of the four states of the Federated States of Micronesia. In 2013, it was 100% dependent on imported diesel for power generation on the main island. Due to high diesel costs, power tariffs were high, and the Yap economy was vulnerable to fuel price shocks.
Reliable power supply is essential to enhancing the quality of life and good performance of the power sector and reliable electricity services are vital to promoting private sector investments to diversify the economy and achieve sustainable economic growth.
Mongolia is a vast, sparsely populated country located between the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to the south and the Russian Federation to the north. Its western region suffers from a slow pace of development because of remoteness from the country’s political and economic centers and inadequate transport network.
In 2009, the government of Uzbekistan launched a program to construct new housing for the rural population throughout the country. The program was designed to reduce urban and rural disparities by increasing the living standards, incomes, and job opportunities in rural regions.