Since August 2015, the Public Foundation Legal Perspective has been implementing the project titled "Improving Municipal Property Management Efficiency and Ensuring Budget Transparency through Assistance in Developing the Municipal Property Register in Ayil Aimaks" supported by Collaborative Governance Program (CGP) funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

The purpose of the project is to provide assistance to subsidized ayil aimaks in municipal property registration, particularly promoting state duty preferences in regional units of the State Registration Service to develop the register of municipal property of subsidized local self-governance bodies through specific recommendations for the Kyrgyz Republic government and parliament.

With the permanent budget deficit, effective municipal property management is critical for community development, economic situation improvement in remote regions, and creating more opportunities for people. In particular, preliminary surveys on the issue have found the following:
 In ayil aimaks, there is a lot of uncertainties associated with municipal property, in particular, there is almost no complete database of municipal property (both movable and immovable), apart from the lack of the municipal property register.
 Numerous disagreements and conflicts arise between local self-governance structures and individuals with regard to wasteland and other abandoned facilities including those social and industrial which belong to local self-governance bodies according to the State Register system while there are no entitling documents for such facilities, and replenishment of local budget through efficient municipal property management is only possible when entitling documents are in place.
 In particular, according to Ernis Toltoev, head of the Kyzyl Octyabr target ayil aimak in Uzgen district, lack of entitling documents for municipal property facilities with local self-governance structures makes such facilities available for takeover by individuals who manage to obtain ownership supported by court rulings. Where this is the case, LSG bodies can only appeal to courts and often have no chance to win a case as courts are non-transparent too. It should be noted that LSG have no funding secured in local budgets to pay for lawyer services.

In the view of the above, the project partners include experts of the Public Analysis Institute who will engage in municipal property register survey in all 7 oblasts and writing of the analytical report to include specific recommendations for further consideration by the Kyrgyz Republic government, parliament, and relevant government agencies. Report presentation and recommendations discussion will be organized with participation of representatives of LSG structures, State Registration Service, and civil society, and members of parliament and local keneshes at a roundtable to be held as a part of the project.