Building Climate Resilience in Agriculture and Water Sectors of Rural Tajikistan (BCRinAW)

The main objective of the project is to build climate resilience in rural areas of Tajikistan by scaling up successful adaptation practices and technologies in agriculture and water sectors at the community-based level and facilitating access to new and existing funding opportunities.

Other objectives of the project include (i) support integration of best tested technologies and practices on climate adaptation in rural mountainous areas; (ii) build capacity of local population and generate new knowledge on climate resilient pathways; (iii) facilitate access to funding opportunities through existing “green” credit programs at the community-based level and new investment packages, and (iv) feed-in national climate and sector-based policy by informing about successful cases emerged from bottom-up approach of the project.

The proposed project is in line with priorities of the National Development Strategy until 2030, and corresponds to the Government’s commitments on Paris Agreement on Climate Change and SDG 13 in particular.

The project is funded by the Government of the Russian Federation with the total amount of $831,179 with the duration of April 2019 – February 2022. 

Status: Active
Duration: April 2019 – February 2022
Budget: US $831,179.00
Coverage: Ayni, Panjakent, Maschohi Kuhi districts
Focus Area: Water and Agriculture

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