On March 2-3, 2017 the Conference “Pasture and Livestock Management” was held in Kulyab district which was organized by the World Bank supported Environmental Land Management and Rural Livelihoods Project (ELMARL). Goal of the Conference was development of the community-based organizations and farms’ capacity on Pasture Management and Land Management, awareness rising and up-to date techniques for cattle-breeding issues.
NGO round table will take place in Kulob city on Aprill 22, 2015. There will participate representatives from Kulob...
Investments planned for building community resilience to climate change in the Pyanj river basin started moving...
by Craig Davies and Sandy Ferguson The EBRD’s investment in the rehabilitation of Qairokkum hydropower plant...
For dissemination in mass media! The Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) together with Committee on...
Conference on Pasture and Livestock Management was held in Kulyab district
Pilot Program for Climate Resilience’s workshop on strengthening the foundations of monitoring and evaluation to strengthen the resilience to climate change in Tajikistan
(Dushanbe, March 9, 2017) On the 6th and 7th of March 2017, the Secretariat of Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) with the financial support of ADB conducted its final workshop on ‘Monitoring and Evaluation’ in ‘Atlas’ Hotel, Dushanbe.
The wrap up workshop provided expert and coverage of the main issues relating to reviewing the results of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) key CIF/PPCR indicators at the national and PPCR project level. For the plenary session the PPCR projects on implementation progress was presented and lastly the process of climate financing was discussed and reviewed by the participants.
Press-Release ADB’s ‘Building Climate Resilience in the Pyanj River Basin
(Dushanbe 17.02.2017) 16th of February 2017 ADB’s ‘Building Climate Resilience in the Pyanj River Basin’ project organized and held its workshop that brought together number or experts from government agencies, international organizations, public organizations and local executive authorities from eight pilot regions.
Pilot Program for Climate Resilience conducted training on climate change and adaptation planning
(22 of December 2016) December 21st the consultants of Building Capacity for Climate Resilience and secretariat of the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience conducted training on climate change and adaptation planning in Dushanbe at the Committee on Environmental Protection under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan.
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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