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Press Release November 19-20
Press Release November 19-20 Working Group Begins Drafting National Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change, Selects Five “Most-Vulnerable” Districts in Tajikistan Government, development organizations, and experts have started the process of drafting a national strategy to help Tajikistan adapt to climate change and...

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Press release - Challenges and barriers were defined within realization of strategy for adaptation in Dushanbe
Press release - Challenges and barriers were...

Third Workshop on Developing the National Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change in Tajikistan took place in...

Snow Leopards, Water Provision, and Climate Vulnerability
Snow Leopards, Water Provision, and Climate...

"Guardians of the Headwaters: Snow Leopards, Water Provision, and Climate Vulnerability," is a series of maps that...

Second Workshop on Developing the National Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change in Tajikistan
Second Workshop on Developing the National...

The Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) in cooperation with Committee on environmental protection under the...

Workshop on developing the National Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change in Tajikistan
Workshop on developing the National Strategy for...

For dissemination in mass media! The Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) together with Committee on...

Press Release, ELMARL Project Annual Review Conference

Environmental  Land  Management  and  Rural  Livelihoods  Project  (ELMARL)  will  carry  out interim summary. Next Annual Conference of ELMARL will be held on May 15, 2017, at which the Project progress interim  results  are  summarized.  The  ELMARL  Project  has  been implemented  in  Tajikistan  since  2013 and  has made a significant contribution to environmentally sustainable land  management  and  rural  livelihoods in pilot districts of Tajikistan.

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Pilot Program for Climate Resilience hosts seminar on climate change risks management.

On 12th of April 2017, Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) with the financial support of Asian Development Bank and Committee for Environmental Protection under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan, has hosted a climate change risk management workshop for 62 representatives from the key ministries and departments 16 of whom were women.

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Pilot Program for Climate Resilience awards 25 winners of the climate change school drawing contest ‘Best solution to climate change

(Dushanbe April 7, 2017) Pilot Program for Climate Resilience conducted the competition for the best painting solution to climate change among schoolchildren of Panjakent, Kulob Darvoz, Rasht and Dushanbe. The painting contest was announced through PPCR learning information centers. The main purpose of conducting painting contest was to raise awareness on climate change and adaptation among schoolchildren as well involve the community living in a vulnerable to climate change districts.

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Green Climate Fund approves EBRD project proposals in Tajikistan and Morocco

Two EBRD climate resilience project proposals for the modernisation of a hydropower plant in Tajikistan and an irrigation scheme in Morocco have been approved for co-financing by the Green Climate Fund (GCF) today. The total project volume for the two projects is US$ 415 million, of which US$ 81 million will be provided by the GCF in the form of concessional loans and grants:

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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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