Crisis prevention & recovery
The portfolio of Crisis Prevention and Recovery within UNDP Tajikistan includes two major directions of work: disaster risk management and mine action. Since 2003, UNDP’s Disaster Risk Management Programme has been supporting the Government of Tajikistan in reducing the impact of natural disasters on vulnerable communities by strengthening national capacity to reduce risks, prevent, coordinate, respond and recover from disasters.
UNDP/TMAC provides leadership in management, coordination, accreditation, planning and tasking, quality management, information management as well as monitoring and evaluation of all components (Mine Risk Education, Victim Assistance, Land Release, stockpile destruction and advocacy) of mine action programme in country.
There are two desired outcomes for the projects that address issues of Crisis Prevention and Recovery: 1) decreased risk of natural and man‐made hazards to rural and urban livelihoods and infrastructure and recovery mechanisms are in place and 2) the Government is able to plan, coordinate and implement comprehensive mine action.more
Projects and Initiatives
UNDP use a decade of experience in disaster risk management in Tajikistan developed though the Disaster Risk Management Program to expand disaster risk management capacities while reducing the impact of the most dangerous disasters and anticipating new threats to the country. The “Disaster Risk Management Programme” of UNDP in Tajikistan is entering its fourth phase, and will cover a 5 year period (2016-2020).more
The people of Tajikistan will become more resilient to disasters and benefit from improved policy and operational frameworks for environmental protection and sustainable management of natural resources.more
To reduce the negative human and material impact of disasters on Tajikistan by improving the management of these risks.more
Risk perception survey and needs assessment of the population living near uranium tailings in Istiqlol (Taboshar) and Ghoziyon jamoat. Visibility campaign Training of medical personnel and teachers Installation of ULS warning signs. Tree planting campaignmore