Tajikistan

Country Programme Snapshot

Start Date 2009
# of Projects 55
Total Grant Amount US$ 1,338,417
Total cash Co-Financing US$ 857,137
Total In-Kind Co-Financing US$ 886,592

Country Portfolio by Area of Work

Biodiversity
Chemicals
Climate Change Mitigation
Community Based Adaptation
International Waters
Land Degradation
Global Publications
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Country Impact

SGP projects supported , documented and influenced:

  • At national level: 2 Tele-debates broadcasted on national TV on conservation of Protected areas and 20 publications on the sustainable management of PAs, RES, SLM and SAD published in national /local newspapers

  • At local level: 3 local development plans developed on PAs (forest code updated)

Successful projects scaled up and replicated:

  • Use of RES (hydro-power stations, energy efficiency,. etc.)

  • Prevention of deforestation and promote SLM

SGP activity in figures:

  • Globally significant species protected: 14 (red book)

  • Areas protected, rehabilitated or sustainably

  • managed: over 25,000 ha of globally significant

  • biodiversity (PAs); 1,000 ha of grasslands; 3,000 ha of forests

  • SGP projects cover 100,000 people that live in the remote rural areas of Soughd, Khatlon and Rasht regions out of which 22,000 people are direct beneficiaries of the projects activities

Awards
2013 - Best Gardener

Mr. Mirzosho Akobirov  of Rushnoi NGO is the receiver of this Award.  During the working meeting with farmers of Rasht district President of Tajikistan His Excellency Mr. Emomali Rahmon together with agrarian experts has visited some of the local gardens where SGP has implemented  and recently completed the project “Climate Change and Adaptation Impact on Conservation, Recovery and Reproduction of Gene Pool of Horticultural Crop Endemic Varieties/Establishment of Agro-Forest Nursery Using Endemic Varieties, using skills and best practices in mountain horticulture of rain-fed slopes” (TJK/SGP/OP5/CORE/BD/2012/12). Our grantee successfully presented the established gardens and nursery and received favorable review.

Contact

Mr. Khurshed Kholov
National Coordinator
Email: Khurshed.Kholov@undp.org
 
Madina Begmatova
Programme Assistant
Phone: (+992 44) 600 51 76
Email: madina.begmatova@undp.org
 

Address

91/10 Shevchenko Street, floor 3 , Dushanbe 734025