Project Details
Border Management in Central Asia, Phase 7
Sector:Trade Facilitation
Summary:The Border Management Assistance Programme in Central Asia (BOMCA) is an integrated, multifaceted intervention with a developmental and institution building approach. BOMCA aims to increase the effectiveness of borders whilst fostering security, stability and development in Central Asian states.

Phase 7 covers Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.

Expected Outcome:The overall objectives of Phase 7 are to contribute toward the facilitation of legitimate trade and transit, reduce the illicit movement of goods and people, and help increase security in the region.
Expected Outputs:
Date Approved:2009
Expected Completion:2016
Funding Type:Technical Assistance
Funding Amount:United Nations Development Programme: $262,000
European Union: $10,047,000
Links/Documents:The European Union’s Border Management Programme In Central Asia (BOMCA)