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Pro House - Professional Housing Management in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan


Most recent modernisation actions addressing the building sector in Kazakhstan and its neighbouring countries revealed the strong demand for reforms in housing management, among other important concerns. In order to strengthen respective structures in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan to start with and provide for more energy efficiency in buildings, IWO initiated the Pro House project on Professional Housing Management in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in December 2016. Sustainably developing and providing for resilient, efficient, market as well as competition oriented management structures in housing will be a determining factor for the success and coverage of state programmes and actions in the end. Both, qualified management staff as well as owners who are entitled to their due role as responsible and deciding party, are key to energy-efficiently refurbishing buildings as required.

An international consortium of Kazakh, Uzbek and German partners will closely cooperate in the project. German partners beside IWO are the European Education Centre for Housing and Real Estate (EBZ) and the Umbrella Association of German Property Managers e.V. (DDIV). Supported by the European Union, Pro House will be running for three years. Transferring knowhow and experiences will build the basis on which analyses and solutions for both Central Asian countries will be developed. This basis will also serve for developing and realising comprehensive qualification measures and trainings for real-estate managers and further relevant players.

Project flyers in Kazakh and Uzbek languages are available upon request.

 

Contact

Larissa Schreckenbach
Tel: +49 30 20 67 9802
schreckenbach@iwoev.org

Gulzhan Tleukenova
Tel: +49 30 20 67 9802
tleukenova@iwoev.org

Project duration

Dec 2016 - Dec 2019

Project funding

This project is funded by The European Union.

Project partners

DDIV, Germany

EBZ, Germany

Atameken, Kazakhstan

Association of the Organizations of Professionally Managing and Serving Housing Funds, Uzbekistan


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