Reducing burden of HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis

UNDP Health Programme working towards reducing the burden of HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria in Tajikistan pursues the following aims: establish sustainable and efficient multi‐sectoral response structures to halt the spread of HIV/AIDS and TB epidemics and eliminate Malaria by 2015. To reach this outcome, UNDP will scale up HIV prevention, treatment, care and support interventions among high risk groups and general population; build public healthcare sector capacities to reduce the burden of TB; and strengthen management of national malaria control programme results in interruption of local malaria transmission.

  • Strengthening the supportive environment and scaling up prevention, treatment and care to contain HIV epidemic in TajikistanThe key goal of the project is to provide universal access to HIV services, and lay the foundation for stabilizing the country’s epidemic.

  • Malaria Elimination in Tajikistan for 2009-2014The overall goal of the project is to eliminate malaria infection through interruption of local malaria transmission. The malaria elimination project is a reflection on the successful implementation of the Round 5 malaria grant and it is in line with the regional malaria elimination strategy of WHO Europe which was endorsed by the governments of Central Asia in Tashkent in 2006.

  • Strengthening Tuberculosis Prevention and Control Program in the Framework of Health System Reform in TajikistanTBThe overall goal of the project is to reduce the burden of TB in Republic of Tajikistan by 2015 in line with the Millennium Development Goals and Stop TB Partnership targets aiming at strengthening TB prevention and control programme in the framework of health system reform.

Contact UNDP in Tajikistan
39 Aini Street, 734024, Dushanbe, Tajikistan Phone: (+992 44) 600 56 00 Fax: (+992 44) 600 55 96 (227)
Resident Coordinator Annual Report 2012

Tajikistan with the support of development partners continues the implementation of economic and political reforms. This year Tajikistan has joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) and has undertaken a broad range of commitments to speed up its integration in the world trade system. The ongoing reforms have resulted in improving the current ratings of Tajikistan in the Doing Business Report, which stands at the 14th out of 185 countries...

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