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On 10 September 2013 the national launch of the Technical Assistance Programme for Countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia in Combating Infectious Diseases took place in Kurgan-Tube city of Khatlon Region (Tajikistan).
The Technical Assistance Programme, supported by a three-year grant of US$ 16.5 million from the Russian Government, aims to strengthen health systems, ensure better epidemiological surveillance of HIV, and promote the scale up of HIV prevention programmes among key populations at higher risk in Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. 




16-25 September 2013, WHO extensive  review of the HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support will be conducted in the Republic of Tajikistan. 
The Program Review will be conducted by WHO Regional Office for Europe and WHO Tajikistan Country Office  in collaboration with the National TB Control Programme with support of UNAIDS, UNDP, UNICEF and QHCP/USAID.


UNFPA создаёт Рабочую сеть мужчин, выступающих за продвижение здорового образа жизни и предотвращение гендерного насилия

Продолжая работу по вовлечению мальчиков и мужчин к борьбе с гендерным насилием и продвижению здорового образа жизни, UNFPA начал построение потенциала 5 спортивных федераций Республики Таджикистан, которые станут основой сети активистов-мужчин для работы с сообществами. 



A series of seven one and a half days’ workshops on raising Tajik business awareness on the WTO Agreement on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (SPS) has started today, on August 27, 2013 in Rasht Valley.  

The International Trade Centre (ITC) brings together the representatives of Tajik horticulture and agro-processing sectors, as well as the representatives of the public entities dealing with the SPS measures in 4 regions of Tajikistan to improve understanding and skills of Tajikistan business private sector on benefits, challenges and business implications of WTO membership of the country for trade of food and agricultural products covered by SPS measures. The workshops will be conducted by the national trainers on SPS in the following cities and districts: Rasht, Kulob, Khorugh, Qurghonteppa, Dushanbe and Direct Rule Districts, Istaravshan, and Khujand.


DR. BABATUNDE OSOTIMEHIN, UNFPA Executive Director message on world humanitarian day, august 19 2013

Earlier this year, I met Munira Sha’ban in Zaatri refugee camp in Jordan. A 65-year-old midwife, Munira retired years ago, but every day at 6 am, she embarks on the two-hour bus journey from Jordan’s capital, Amman, to the camp near the Syrian border.

Munira trains midwives working in the camp and supervises them in UNFPA supported clinics which provide antenatal, obstetric, delivery and postnatal care. Nearly 15,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan will likely be pregnant this year. Munira’s skills and knowledge mean the difference between life and death for pregnant women and their newborns.


Outcomes of the Fourth Central Asia Child Protection Forum Creating Inclusive Policies, Systems and Services for Children with Disabilities

The governments of  the Central Asian Republics, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, met in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, to exchange and review for the first time their policies and practices of inclusion of children with disabilities. The five governments took strong commitments to reinforce national policies and systems to ensure the full inclusion of children with disabilities into society and bring visibility to this invisible group.

Under the auspices of the Tajikistan Deputy Prime Minister and with support from UNICEF, the Forum provided a platform for high level discussions on the need to step-up efforts to increase life opportunities and equity for children with disabilities, in accordance with the UN Convention on The Rights of the Child (CRC) and the UN Convention on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).  Children with disabilities are first, children and realizing their rights will improve the lives of all children in Central Asia.  


Governments Commit to Inclusion in Central Asia

Dushanbe, Tajikistan: Five Governments in Central Asia - Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan – made strong commitments to reform their national policies and practices for the inclusion of children with disabilities at a UNICEF supported Child Protection Forum.

“The meeting went a lot further than we expected. The five Central Asia countries spent three days dialoguing in constructive ways, exchanging experiences and lessons learned, with children only in mind. It was also very encouraging to hear the voices of civil society listened to with interest and respect in Dushanbe. And most moving were the testimonies of parents of children with disability, their commitment and passion when they asked all of us to create more inclusive societies.” said Marie-Pierre Poirier, UNICEF’s Regional Director for Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.  “It was a first.”


The workshop on using the findings of the UNAIDS gender assesment of HIV response to identify what works for women was conducted in Dushanbe

August 6, 2013 in Dushanbe with the initiative of UNAIDS the workshop on using the findings of the UNAIDS Gender Assessment Tool to identify what works for women was conducted.  

This activity was held on the basis of three day workshop on testing and piloting of the Gender Assessment Tool for HIV Responses, which was conducted on March 2013.

More than 30 key participants from Committee of women and family affairs of Tajikistan, National center on HIV,  UN, donors, International and local civil society organizations, organizations representing PLHIV, network of women living with HIV,  MSM and representatives of Mass Media  took part at the workshop.  


Гендер и демократичное управление в развитии - предоставление базовых услуг женщинам

Таджикистан является одной из пилотных стран Глобальной Программы ООН Женщины "Гендер и демократичное управление в развитии - предоставление базовых услуг женщинам”. Данная программа нацелена на оказание поддержки и содействия реформ в сфере управления в Таджикистане, направленной на улучшение предоставления услуг социальной защиты, а также услуг по гражданской регистрации для уязвимых слоев населения на районном уровне, обращая внимание на инновации, которые обеспечивают доступ самых уязвимых слоев населения к ресурсам и услугам, с особым фокусом на женщин.


Всемирный банк поддерживает улучшение доступа к услугам здравоохранения в Таджикистане

ВАШИНГТОН, 30 июля 2013 г. – Совет директоров Всемирного банка сегодня утвердил грант на сумму 19,8 миллионов долларов США для Проекта по улучшению услуг здравоохранения в Таджикистане. Проект направлен на улучшение состояния материнского и детского здоровья за счет увеличения охвата и повышения качества основных услуг первичной медико-санитарной помощи в сельских учреждениях Таджикистана.
Новый проект финансируется в рамках гранта Международной ассоциации развития (МАР) в размере 15 миллионов долл.США и средств трастового фонда инновационных результатов здравоохранения (HealthResultsInnovationTrustFund) в размере 4,8 миллионов долл.США. Правительство Республики Таджикистан дополнительно выделило 3,20 миллионов долл.США в проект. 


Tajikistan strives to establish a social protection floor for all

On 2-4 July 2013, the Social Protection Floor training organized Vahdat city of Tajikistan.  Tripartite Partners of Tajikistan – representatives of Ministry of labour and social protection of population, Employer`s Union and Federation of Independent Trade Unions, UNICEF, WHO, Ministry of health, Ministry of Economy and Trade, State Committee of women and family affairs and international experts attended the training course. Training was organized with the financial support of the ILO project “From the Crisis towards Decent and Safe Jobs” fund by the Government of Finland.


Human rights in Tajikistan to face scrutiny by UN treaty body

GENEVA (3 July 2013) – The human rights record of Tajikistan will face the scrutiny of the United Nations Human Rights Committee for the second time on Monday 9 July and Tuesday 10 July in meetings that will be webcast live on the Internet.

As one of the 167 states parties to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Tajikistan is required to undergo regular examinations of its human rights record before the Human Rights Committee.


Проблема пожилых людей в Таджикистане

Душанбе, ТаджикистанХэлпЭйдж Интернэшнл в Таджикистане в сотрудничестве с Представительством Фонда ООН в области народонаселения (UNFPA) в РТ и Министерством труда и социальной защиты населения РТ провели национальный круглый стол на тематику проблем пожилых людей в Таджикистане.

Мероприятие было проведено 8-го июля 2013 года офисом ХэлпЭйдж Интернэшнл в Таджикистане и Министерством труда и социальной защиты населения (МТСЗН).


World Bank Supports Food Security in Tajikistan

More than 770,000 people in twelve districts of the Khatlon region to benefit from higher yields, additional employment opportunities, and better incomes

Dushanbe, Tajikistan, June 3, 2013 –The Government of Tajikistan and the World Bank have launched a project today valued at US $45.9 million that aims to improve agricultural production and create temporary employment in twelve districts of Tajikistan. The Second Tajikistan Public Employment for Sustainable Agriculture and Water Resources Management Project will allow scaling up of a successfully completed first project, which benefitted over 43,000 households through public works and improved access to irrigation.


The World Bank Group and Tajikistan: Twenty Years of Partnership

Dushanbe, Tajikistan, June 4, 2013 - The World Bank Group today marks the 20th anniversary of its cooperation with Tajikistan -- a partnership that has made an important contribution to reducing poverty and promoting economic growth and development in Tajikistan.

“Tajikistan’s partnership with the World Bank Group started in early 1990s, when the country was going through its most difficult times.  After the civil war, our foremost priority was to help the country rebuild infrastructure, restore livelihoods, and support economic recovery,” noted Laura Tuck, World Bank Director for Strategy and Operations in Europe and Central Asia“The people of Tajikistan should take pride in the achievements since then. Poverty declined by half since 2003 and the economy grew at an annual average rate of almost 8 percent in the last decade.”



Ежегодно, с 1983 года, в третье воскресенье мая, весь мир отмечает Международный день памяти умерших от СПИДа. Впервые объявленный в 1983 году, этот день является одним из крупнейших событий, которое в настоящее время отмечают десятки тысяч людей, в более чем 75 странах мира. Международный день памяти умерших от СПИДа это символ поддержки людей, живущих с ВИЧ и символ памяти пострадавших от последствий ВИЧ-инфекции; призыв к действию для повышения уровня информированности населения.


UNFPA, EU launch a series of workshops to improve social services for victims of human trafficking and smuggled migrants in Central Asia

Dushanbe, 28 May 2013 – Improving the quality and accessibility of social services for victims of human trafficking and smuggled migrants is the goal of a workshop, which started in Dushanbe today. The two-day event is organized by UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, with financial support of the European Union.

The workshop will enable national authorities, civil society activists and shelter staff to better apply the relevant international standards in their work with victims of human trafficking and smuggled migrants,” said Nikolai Botev, Director of UNFPA’s Sub-regional Office for Central Asia.


DAFI students involvement in a social activity

From 7-12 March 2013, UNHCR Tajikistan conducted a youth mobilization activity with the collaboration of ten current DAFI scholars, who were assigned the task of distributing Lego toys in five local schools among 150 school age Afghan refugees and Tajik children. The LEGO toys were donated by the LEGO Foundation after a request from UNHCR Tajikistan through UNHCR Headquarters.

During the visit to each school, the DAFI volunteers explained to the children the reason for their visit and introduce the Lego toys. They also talked about the DAFI scholarship program to motivate the children to become DAFI scholars in the future.


Обращение в честь Дня молодежи Таджикистана Межсекторальной молодежной тематической группы Таджикистана

здоровая и профессионально обученная молодежь является продолжателем дела старшего поколения, созидательной силой и реальным двигателем прогресса общества, одним словом, будущим нации и государства (Послание Президента РТ Парламенту страны-2013г.)

«Нынешнее поколение молодежи, наиболее многочисленное за всю историю человечества, которое сосредоточено преимущественно в развивающихся странах, обладает беспрецедентным потенциалом для улучшения жизни на планете. Молодые люди — это движущая сила преобразования действительности; это — созидательные, творческие и энергичные агенты перемен».


WHO and development partners conducted assessment of the quality of antenatal and postnatal care in Tajikistan

WHO Regional Office for Europe is involved in a continuous process of improving the quality of health care for mothers and babies at all levels of care. To assess the quality of care provided to mothers and newborns at primary care level, WHO has developed special tools based on international standards. These tools, covering the main clinical aspects that help countries identify strengths and achievements, and also areas for improvement. The process of quality assessment involves the active participation of those decision-makers, health professionals and consumers.


Встреча представителей ООН со студентами Таджикского Национального Университета

Сегодня в г. Душанбе прошла встреча представителей ООН со студентами Таджикского Национального Университета. Встреча была посвящена информированию студентов касательно процесса национальных консультаций по обсуждению стратегий на период после 2015 года. Студенты получили информацию о прошедших национальных консультациях, направлениях, которые отобраны для включения в национальную стратегию, как можно принять участие через веб-платформы и социальные сети и проголосовать и внести свой вклад в создание будущего. На встрече присутствовала г-жа Лайли Мошири, Представитель ЮНИСЕФ в РТ и национальный координатор процесса консультаций, которые проходят под эгидой "Таджикистан, о котором мечтаем". Узнать подробнее об этой инициативе и проголосовать можно пройдя


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