July 18, 2016
Municipality: Kazbegi
Donor: WB

Restoration of Stepantsminda Museum

The SP is implementing under the Third Regional Development (RDP III), supported by World Bank.
The Subproject considers restoration of three buildings of Alexander Kazbegi historical museum complex in the borough of Stepantsminda - historical museum building, Alexander Kazbegi Memorial House and Nikoloz Kazbegi (uncle of Alexander Kazbegi) house, as well as arrangement of the museum yard.

July 8, 2016

Auditor’s Opinion

In 2016 independent audit companies “Deloitte“, „Grant Thornton”, "KPMG" conducted inspection of activities of the Fund for 2015 (from the standpoint of projects and Fund as an Orginization). As a result of auditory inspection, all directions of the activity has been evaluated positively. Please find Auditor’s Opinions as per the Fund (Organization) and projects as follows (please follow the link):
June 21, 2016

Preliminary Environmental Impact Assessments of the rehabilitation and operation of Tskaltubo and Telavi waste water treatment plants

Rehabilitation of the Tskaltubo and Telavi waste water treatment plants will be implemented within the Sustainable Wastewater Management Project (SWMP) financed by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. The World Bank is the administrator of the SWMP.

June 8, 2016

Arrangement of a parking lot and upgrade of access road to Dariali Monastery residence (Kazbegi Municipality)

Under the sub-project it is planned arrangement of the parking territory and cement-concrete pavement on the access road to the monk’s cells via the church; arrangement of granite pavement adjacent area to Cells, arrangement of the wire mesh gabions.
May 25, 2016

Georgian Sustainable Urban Transport Investment Program, Biannual Environmental Monitoring Report (EMR) for SUTIP 3

Sustainable Urban Transport Investment Program SUTIP 3 (ADB Loan 3063-GEO) aims at development of the efficient, reliable and affordable urban infrastructure and service improvement.
Biannual Environmental Monitoring Report (EMR) for the projects implemented under the SUTIP 3, has been prepared by the Municipal Development Fund and covers the period of September, 2015 – February, 2016.
May 20, 2016

Compliance Report on Sustainable Urban Transport Investment Program Tbilisi – Rustavi Urban Link – Secondary Road for Section 3. Section-3: (km 10.5 to 17.1)

Document prepared by External Monitoring Specialist, that confirms MDFG carried out the resettlement procedures in accordance with requirements of ADB SPS (2009) and Georgian legislation on the km 10.5 – km 10.9 and km 12.3 – km 12.85 of the Secondary Road for Section 3.
May 11, 2016

Reconstruction of Vani Archaeological Museum – Phase 3

The sub-project (SP) envisages reconstruction of Vani Archeological Museum building, in particular, dismantling of the old museum and construction of the new, up-to-date building. Completion of the museum extension together with construction of the new museum building are scheduled under the SP as well.
April 22, 2016


The Second Regional Development Project, supported by World Bank and Government of Georgia, objectives are to improve infrastructure services and institutional capacity to support increased contribution of tourism in the local economy in Imereti region.
March 18, 2016

Presentation of “Tbilisi sustainable urban transport strategy” was held in Tbilisi city hall

„Tbilisi sustainable urban transport strategy “represents report prepared within the framework of project “Twining and institution capacity building”. With ADB financial support MDF implements Sustainable Urban Transport Investment Program – SUTIP. Consultant Mr. Jan Manuel Jilim hired by MDF prepared strategy, which was reviewed at Tbilici city hall government meeting on February 3, 2016 and document was submitted to transport municipal service. Sustainable urban transport strategy includes 15-year action plan.

March 2, 2016

Updated Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) report for Batumi Coastal Protection Project, (SUTIP 4), funded by ADB

The present report is the Initial Environmental Examination of the coastal protection works foreseen for Batumi. Purpose of the present report is the presentation of the Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) as an important tool for incorporating environmental concerns at the project level.
Coastal improvement is one of the priorities among other infrastructural projects, which will facilitate the future development of the City and region. The proposed project is aimed at protecting the Batumi coast against erosion, which is affecting the coastline southwest of Batumi, over a length of about 5 km. Along this section a number of properties has been lost already in the past; without adequate protection measures coastal erosion will continue and as a consequence the investment climate for tourism development could be negatively influenced.