Livelihood Improvement in Tajik– Afghan Cross-border Areas (LITACA) Phase-2

Project is funded by the Government of Japan through JICA at the total amount of US$ 3.8 million with the duration of January 2018 – December 2020. The Project is implemented in both sides of the Tajik-Afghan border and aims at promoting security and stability in the region through reducing poverty, supporting economic development and promoting cross-border collaboration between the communities along the Tajik-Afghan border.

Status: Active
Duration: January 2018 – December 2020
Budget: US$ 3.8 million
Coverage: Khatlon Region (Shaartuz, Qubodiyon, Jayhun, Dusti, Panj, Shamsiddin Shohin, Hamadoni, Farkhor); Islamic Republic of Afghanistan: Khulm, Kunduz (Imam Saheb), Takhor (Dasht-e-Qala, Yang-e-Qaka) and Badakhshan (Chah Ab) Provinces
Beneficiaries: Population of cross-bordering areas, youth, unemployed, marginalized groups, returning migrants and entrepreneurs
Focus Area: Cross-border trade development, cross-border economic cooperation and employment opportunity for population in bordering area
Partners: Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Republic of Tajikistan, Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and Local district administrations
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