What We Do

UNDP Tajikistan works in partnership with the Government of Tajikistan and plays an active part to harmonize the efforts of all the UN agencies active in the country. The development work of the UN agencies in Tajikistan is regulated by the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF). more

Our Goals

UNDP’s goal is to support the Government of Tajikistan in the coordination of development initiatives, the public finance management, the delivery of core public services and the planning and decision-making. UNDP’s objectives and programming are aligned to development priorities as articulated in the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF), the National Development Strategy (NDS) and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). more

Tripartite Regional Agro-Food Industry Consortium Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan in Dushanbe

April 2 2013. Safarbek Solievmore

Our Stories


First Aid Training at Char Choob, Afghan Border Police (Zone 5), Photo by Ayyaz Mirza
Learning emergency first aid skills on the northern border of Afghanistan

Afghan Border Police (ABP) officers do not receive any first aid training during their basic and post-academy training. Some 92 per cent of officers on themore 

Mine Risk Education activity in local community, Photo by TMAC
Saves Lives, Builds a Future

This story is about the hazard posed by antipersonnel mines located close to the pastures, hills and farm fields of the village Qizilpilol, Isfara district. Themore 

A Survivor’s Success Story: Sadafmo Rahmatova

Tajikistan is one of the 26 State Parties to sign the Mine Ban Treaty with a significant number of mine survivors and “with greatest responsibility tomore 

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Projects and Initiatives

  • Communities Programme

    Improving living standards and quality of life in Tajikistan requires a concentrated effort from both the highest levels of government to the community level. Expanding on its well-established Reconstruction Rehabilitation and Development Programme, in 2004 UNDP began implementing a community-driven programme (the CP) to ensure the sustainable development of the most marginalized communities throughout the country. more 

  • Border Management in Central Asia

    The overall objectives of the BOMCA Programme are to promote stability and security of Central Asian countries, to assist in their pursuit of sustainable economic development and poverty reduction and to facilitate closer regional cooperation both within Central Asia and between Central Asia and the EU. more 

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