• Section of Project Management
      Treaty of Izmir (1996) Article IV: “The Summit meetings shall review the objective conditions and progress in implementation of ECO programmes and projects and shall also serve as the highest-level forum for exchange of views on regional and global issues of common interest to the ECO region”.

      24th COM (9th November 2019, Antalya, Republic of Turkey): “The Council reviewed and took into account the ECO projects/programmes and desired the Secretariat and Member States to accelerate the implementation process on projects” (paragraph-17).

      ECO VISION 2025: “.. to expand project based economic activities and develop and strengthen the ECO institutions, enabling them to play a proactive role in realizing the objectives of the Organization and implementing the Vision. We also recognize the need to strengthen the ECO Secretariat for realization of our vision” (ECO Vision 2025 (2017), Section-1, p.1).

      Following the recommendations of the ECO’s high-level decision making bodies, the Project Management Section (PMS) carries out the monitoring of the implementation of the ECO projects for compliance with project schedules, results-based project management (RBPM) outcomes and alignment with the Organization’s strategy as well as international project norms, standards, and policies.

      The PMS is also involved in ensuring project commitments, project fund replenishments and inter-agency coordination among the ECO’s project partners. In this, the PMS does the planning, project reporting and handles a single window project management, monitoring and implementation system.


      The Directorate for Projects, Economic Research and Statistics (PERS) functions as research/statistics supporter for various activities/directorates of the ECO Secretariat. The PERS Directorate is also responsible to provide Member States with the economic and financial data and information, statistical data as well as analytical publications and papers as relate to the cooperation among them in the ECO Region.

      The PERS Directorate is also in charge of monitoring the progress in implementation of ECO projects and programmes implemented in the Organization. The overall inter-agency coordination of the projects is vested with the Project Monitoring Group (PMU) of ECO, which consists of the senior management of the Secretariat. The PMU is aimed at strengthening the efficiency in development, implementation and monitoring of the projects which include also accountability and financing. It is designed to maintain regular interactions with PMUs in Executing Agencies of Member States.

      The PERS Directorate has established the ECO Statistical Network (ECOSTAT) in 2011. It collects, compiles and updates statistical information and data received from the Member States. The efforts to set up a sector-based statistical data are underway. The Directorate works on developing a harmonized approach to the methodology, measurements, classifications, metadata and selection criteria used by ECO National Statistical Offices (NSOs.)

      The PERS Directorate also coordinates economic research studies carried out in the framework of the “ECO Joint Economic Research Programme.” The ECO Permanent Steering Committee on Economic Research (PSCER) has been established for implementation of the “ECO Plan of Action on Economic Research”. PERS Directorate is responsible for compilation and dissemination of two major economic publication of the Organization: “ECO Annual Economic Reports” that reflect annual economic performance of the Member States, and “ECO Economic Journal” which provides articles/papers/abstracts/reviews related to economic development and integration in the Region. The “ECO Editorial Board” is the central body of the Organization for consideration and approval of content of ECO economic publications. The ECO Research Centre (ERC) (in Baku) is also in the process of operationalization.

      PERS Directorate has been also engaged in capacity building and training activities aimed at enhancing the existing capacities and skills in the relevant bodies of the Member states. There has been partnerships/joint programmes with the regional and international partners such as UNESCAP, FAO, EcoMod, as well as national authorities of some Member States in this regard.

      Terms of reference for hiring a Specialist for project:
      Requirements for qualifications of Specialist for project:
      ECO LandCare Program Institute of Evironment and Scince Technology of Iran Hired
      ToR-KTI economic corridor development
      Requirements for Specialist for KTI economic corridor development
      ToR-Needs based assessment Taftan railway station
      Requirements for Specialist for Taftan Zahedan assessment
      ToR-Establishment of ECO standardized network of slaughter houses and reference laboratories
      Requirements for Project Specialist Qualifications-Agriculture
      ToR-Intra-regional trade capacities in pharmaceuticals
      Requirements for Project Specialist Qualifications-Health Care Systems

      ToR-ERPS-ECO Regional Payment System
      Requirements for Project Specialist Qualifications-Finance
      ToR-Support to the Development of Organic Production Certification and Market Integration in the ECO region
      Requirements for Project Specialist Qualifications-Organic Agriculture
      ToR-Study on impediments to ECO Trade and measures to resolve
      Requirements for Project Specialist Qualifications-Trade & Investment
      ToR-ECO Energy Cooperation Strategy
      Requirements for Project Specialist Qualifications-Energy

      Director and Staff

      - Ms. Bayan Adilbekova (Kazakh national)
      Head of Section of Project Management
      Tel: (+9821)22831733-34
      Email: adilbekova@eco.int
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