In the pilot area of the Pyanj district it was completed renovation of the main building of the pumping station "Boytudasht 0" and replaced 4 pump units, construction of protective wall, and also flood protection structure in Jamoat Nuri Vahdat was completely reconstructed.
Pumping station "Boytudasht 0" was built in 1979 and was intended to irrigate 597 hectares of land. Over the past 40 years the station was wear out and only two units were in working conditions and served irrigation water only to 310 hectares of land. The rest 187 hectares were deprived of irrigation.
And after rehabilitation of the pumping station 597 hectares of land was irrigated. These lands are mainly cultivated cotton, green fodder for animals, vegetables and fruit trees.
As a result of the realization of this sub-project it is improved irrigation conditions of 597 ha of lands, which favorably assists in water distribution for irrigation of 5067 people and 639 households of the village Shakardasht and Vahyo of Jamoat Nuri Vahdat.
By the Contractor PC "Behbudi" during 5 months following terms of contract (12 months) the construction worsk performed on high quality.
At the same time, it was improved the reclamation conditions of the 1,140 hectares by cleaning of 5400 meters of sediments from canal Kelyanchi. Now, the water capacity is 2.4 cubic meters per second, thus improving water pumping by pump station "50 letya Octyabrya" and pumping station "Pogranichnic-0".
By cleaning of 12113 meters of collector-drainage networks, it was improved additional reclamation condition of 230 hectares of land.
The project beneficiaries are 22,862 people, 3629 households of Jamoat Namuna, Mehvar, Nuri Vahdat and Kabood Sayfidinov in Pyanj district,
State Institution Project Management Unit of "Building Climate Resilience in the Pyanj River Basin" acting from September 2, 2014 as the implementing agency for the components 1 and 2 of the " Building Climate Resilience in the Pyanj River Basin Project".
More information is available in project website www.pyanjbasin.org