http://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles2014-09-16T22:03:08.785ZArticlesAdobe CQTajik Female Demining Team, Spring 2014 firstname.lastname@example.orgGender is a priority issue for the United Nations. In particular, the United Nations Inter-Agency Mine Action Strategy states that ‘United Nations mine action work plans will address the impact of mine action on women, girls, boys and men and seek to involve them to the extent possible in the planning and implementation of mine action initiatives’. For many years, the UNDP TMAC made significant efforts to create an environment to promote the establishment of a female demining team (FDT) within the mine action framework. In 2010, the invitation to Norwegian People’s Aid in Tajikistan to implement land release tasks in the border areas of Tajikistan with Afghanistan opened up the way to investigating the experience applicable to forming a FDT. It is well known that the NPA has an experienced role in organizing and supporting FDTs in mine-affected countries. The NPA’s perspective is to support gender equality and women’s empowerment in mine-affected communities.http://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/04/04/tajik-female-demining-team-spring-2014-2014-04-04T10:40:28.083Z2014-04-04T10:40:28.083ZTAJIKISTAN CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR MINE AWARENESS AND ASSISTANCE IN MINE ACTION email@example.com
This year, commemoration of Mine Action Day will be facilitated by the newly-established Tajikistan National Mine Action Centre (TNMAC). The TNMAC received its official status in January 2014 by decree of the President of the Republic Tajikistan. Within the framework of support for the Tajikistan Mine Action Programme, UNDP is assisting TNMAC in promoting and organizing this significant event devoted to the International Day of Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action on 12 April in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. The celebration of this event will be supported by the Government of Tajikistan, UNDP, implementing partners, NGOs and international organizations involved in humanitarian mine action activities in Tajikistan. Hence, this event will raise awareness among Tajikistan’s population that every effort is required to effectively address the remaining problems related to landmines and the explosive remnants of war (ERW) in the country.
Since 2003, UNDP within the TMAC project has supported mine action related activities as well as built national capacity in Tajikistan. During the last 10 years UNDP/TMAC has played a crucial role in management, coordination and planning, as well as monitoring and evaluation of all components (Land Release, Stockpile Destruction, Mine Risk Education, Victim Assistance and Advocacy) of the Mine Action Programme in Tajikistan.
http://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/04/03/tajikistan-celebrates-international-day-for-mine-awareness-and-assistance-in-mine-action-2014-04-04T10:41:40.205Z2014-04-04T10:41:40.205ZWomen and Earth (Zan va Zamin) – Tajikistannoemail@noemail.orgbahriddin.rustamovThe organization Zan va Zamin (Women and Earth) was established in 1999 by an all female group of teachers, scientists and doctors to tackle issues including poor healthcare standards, ecological degradation and women’s rights. The spearhead of the organization is Muhabbat Mamadalieva, one of Tajikistan’s few female biologists. http://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/03/08/women-and-earth-zan-va-zamin-tajikistan2014-03-11T07:46:54.006Z2014-03-11T07:46:54.006ZFrom an assessment of school services to democratization of school management: New approach to collaboration between students, parents and teachers is introduced in Rasht Rayon firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Community Score Cards (CSC) was applied to assessing the quality of school education services in December 2013 in Rasht district for the first time in Tajikistan. This method implies engagement of school children and parents (as «service users») and teachers and school management (as «service providers») in defining indicators for assessing performance of their school, analysis of current probelms and joint eleboration of a plan for improving the school education services. The CSC method was piloted in Tajikabad district in August 2013 for assessing a rural water supply system. CSC are widely used for monitoring performance of services in many Asian countries. In particualr, this method proved to be effective in influencing the quality of school education. http://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/12/13/from-an-assessment-of-school-services-to-democratization-of-school-management-new-approach-to-collaboration-between-students-parents-and-teachers-is-introduced-in-rasht-rayon-2013-12-23T05:14:40.892Z2013-12-23T05:14:40.892ZPromotion of dialogue on ways to address economic development at the local level: new perspectives and email@example.comGlobal practice shows that countries which pay more attention to improving the business environment and supporting entrepreneurship are more likely to achieve sustainable and inclusive growth: they tend to be more successful in increasing production, attracting new investments, creating jobs, introducing new technologies, all of which ultimately lead to enhanced economic and social development.http://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/07/05/promotion-of-dialogue-on-ways-to-address-economic-development-at-the-local-level-new-perspectives-and-approaches2013-07-15T05:32:03.927Z2013-07-15T05:32:03.927ZMutual Trust as the basis for Sustainable Developmentnoemail@noemail.organvar.aminovUNDP has been working with development partners to implement the Rural Growth Programme (RGP) in Sughd oblast since 2010. The programme is implemented with financial support from the UK Department for International Development, and in partnership with the German Organization for International Cooperation (GIZ) and the Regional Administration (RA) of Sughd oblast.http://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/07/03/mutual-trust-as-the-basis-for-sustainable-development2013-07-15T04:29:20.774Z2013-07-15T04:29:20.774ZFostering Strengthening of Tajikistan’s Environmental Policy on Reduction of Mercury Pollution and Human Health Protectionnoemail@noemail.organvar.aminovhttp://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/07/01/fostering-strengthening-of-tajikistan-s-environmental-policy-on-reduction-of-mercury-pollution-and-human-health-protection2013-07-03T13:02:38.967Z2013-07-03T13:02:38.967ZEnvironment portfolio in Tajikistannoemail@noemail.organvar.aminovThe environment priorities of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan are addressed through a number of projects, targeting environmental protection, agrobiodiversity conservation and climate change. The projects are implemented in partnership with national counterparts, key donors, UN agencies and other international organizations, with a particular emphasis on sustainable development.http://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/07/01/environment-portfolio-in-tajikistan2013-07-15T05:44:32.054Z2013-07-15T05:44:32.054ZPromote effective land-use and income-generating for rural households of Kumsangir district through the establishment of 25 fruit-tree firstname.lastname@example.org://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/07/01/promote-effective-land-use-and-income-generating-for-rural-households-of-kumsangir-district-through-the-establishment-of-25-fruit-tree-nurseries-2013-07-03T13:12:36.903Z2013-07-03T13:12:36.903ZNotes from monitoring (27.03.2013)email@example.com://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/03/27/notes-from-monitoring-27-03-2013-2013-06-05T09:39:03.821Z2013-06-05T09:39:03.821ZSample News Articlenoemail@noemail.orgmichael.relevohttp://www.tj.undp.org/content/tajikistan/en/home/presscenter/articles/2011/08/29/sample-news-article2013-05-10T16:33:42.501Z2013-05-10T16:33:42.501Z