The green projects were launched in 2012 (Tash-Bulak) and 2015 (Kyr-Jol) by joint efforts of ayil okmotu, local residents, Kochkor-Ata forestry, UNDP project "Disaster Risk Management" and WFP programme "Food for Work". In Tash-Bulak village, 100 kg of almond seeds, 500 seedlings of elm and 300 seedlings of walnut were procured for planting. In Kyr-Jol village on three dangerous sites 1500 seedlings of almond and maple were planted, 500 seedlings on each site of 0.5 hectares. In addition, the UNDP project procured cement, barbed wire and angle bars for fencing the dangerous site in Tash-Bulak. Tash-Bulak ayil okmotu contributed additional funds for construction materials and organization of hot meals for workers. WFP provided over 8 tons of flour and oil to a working group of 55 people. In Kyr-Jol village ayil okmotu made contribution of 24,100 soms, while the UNDP provided construction materials worth 245,065 soms for fencing. WFP allocated more than 4 tons of flour and oil as a compensation of labour.