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The world environment day in Dushanbe

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5thof June 2017, on World Environment Day large-scale exhibition, was organised by the Committee of environmental protection under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan in Navruzgoh complex. The project of Pilot Program for Climate Resilience on technical assistance for building capacity for climate resilience with the financial support of Asian Development Bank supported the event by organising an exhibition of children's painting contest called “Best solution to climate change”.
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Strengthening the climate resilience in Pyanj River Project

Asian Development Bank’s ‘Building Climate Resilience in the Pyanj River Basin’ project on 16th of February 2017 organized and held its workshop for the numbers or experts from government agencies, international organizations, public organizations and local executive authorities from eight pilot regions. The participants discussed the following:


Strengthening the monitoring and evaluation assessment

The Secretariat of Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) with the financial support of Asian Development Bank conducted series of workshops to strengthen the resilience to climate change in Tajikistan from March to April 2017. The workshops conducted in March 6 to 7 aimed to provide the coverage for monitoring and evaluation (M&E) key CIF/PPCR indicators and the workshop organized on April 12th opted to rising the awareness on the climate change risk management methodology and tools by sectors, in particular agriculture, healthcare, energy, water as well the rest of the social subdivisions.


The Best solution of schoolchildren to climate change

Building Capacity for Climate Resilience ( CDTA/ TA) technical assistance project, being implemented in a close cooperation with the Committee of Environmental Protection and administered by the of Asian Development Bank with financial support from Climate Investment Fund’s Pilot Program for Climate Resilience organized drawing contest ‘Best solution to climate change’ among the schoolchildren of grade 6 to 11. The painting contest was announced through PPCR information centers in January 10th 2017 in Panjakent, Kulob Darvoz, Rasht and Dushanbe. The selection committee was organized in all information centers. The 25 winners were carefully chosen by the selection committee members.

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PPCR Tajikistan

Tajikistan is a land-locked country located in south-east Central Asia. Mountains occupy about 93% of the terrain and glaciers make up 6% of the total country area. The rivers of Tajikistan are the main sources of water replenishing the Aral Sea and provide neighbouring areas with water for irrigation and power generation. With a population of over 7 million and a gross domestic product of around $751 per capita, Tajikistan has amongst the lowest GDP per capita in the Central Asia and is considered to be the most vulnerable country in the region. READ MORE


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