in the

Kura Ara(k)s River Basin

Click here to see the newly released Updated TDAUpdated_TDA.html

Welcome to the UNDP/GEF Kura Ara(k)s Project Website

Please feel free to explore our pages, get to know our project and become familiar with our project goals and objectives. We are working to with the countries of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia to improve the health of the Kura Ara(k)s River System.

This project was implemented between 2011-2014. We greatly appreciate every one Steering Committee’s support and interest, and look forward to announcing our next steps for improving water resources management in the Kura River in early 2015.

To learn more about our project, please visit out About the Project page for the introductory video, text and additional links. We hope that you will find uses for the materials on this website in your own life.


For information on this phase of the project please contact Dr. Mary Matthews at

Project Component Page Links:
Stakeholder Involvement
Demonstration Project
Project Management

Digital Library
Video Library
Project Partners
Related Projects
EU Kura Project
Project Blog
IWRM Academy

Please visit and explore!

The Updated Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis is now available to the public

After more than two years of work across the Kura-Ara(k)s RiverBasin, the Updated TDA and associated Desk Studies have been finalized and are online, available for download. These documents represent the most up-to-date and in-depth assessments of transboundary water resources in conducted in the Southern Caucuses. We hope they will be them informative and useful to stakeholders across the basin.

Access the Updated TDA and Desk Studies Here

The Project Team would like to thank the great support from UNDP and GEF International Waters. We would  also like to thank the UNDP Shared Waters Partnership for critical support for the project completion and support of the non-technical summary:

Shared Waters Shared Challenges:

A summary of the Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis for the Kura Ara(k)s River Basin

  1. -in national languages for download:




Many new reports are now available in our Digital Library