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Joint Programmes

To promote efficiency, increase synergy and reduce transaction costs, several joint programmes are being implemented:

Goals: Technical support to improve national capacity for effective planning, management and monitoring of HIV/AIDS and Social Protection programmes and to contribute to national priorities in this area.

Agencies: UNAIDS, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF

Under UNJAP the Global AIDS Response Progress Report (GARP Report) has been developed through the transparent process and timely submitted to UN GS for further consideration. The technical expertise on HIV legislation and other normative documents, as well as inputs to the Capacity Building and Transition Plan, provided to the government.  Technical expertise for the development of the new National Programme on HIV/AIDS for 2016-2020 with a focus on the rights of people affected by HIV has been provided. Information sessions for representatives from law enforcement agencies (Dushanbe, Khatlon, Sogd) to familiarize them with HIV/AIDS related issues in the country and the peculiarity of the work with key groups of the population (high-risk groups for HIV infection) conducted. Under UNJAP support the Ministry of health conducted the analysis of legal norms of the social protection and introduce amendments in the related social service departments of the sector including social assistance at home units (SAHU) regulation. Workshops/information sessions conducted for representatives of the decision-making body, law enforcement agencies, CSOs and communities on the legal environments for populations most at risk for HIV to realize their fundamental human rights and reducing stigma and discrimination.



Goals: Contribute to building and strengthening alliances for inclusive policies and communities for persons with disabilities in Tajikistan

Agencies: UNICEF, WHO, UNDP

Within the funding of the United Nations Partnership to Promote the Rights of Persons with Disabilities UNDP, UNICEF and WHO are working  to promote the rights of persons with disabilities, especially children and women with disabilities in the country.  This joint project has three major outputs: i. Barriers holding back the Government’s signing/ratification of the CRPD are overcome through evidence-based advocacy and practical advice on implementation of the National Plan for Implementation of the UPR recommendations related to CRPD ratification process. ; ii. National, provincial, district decision and opinion makers’ awareness and positive attitudes about needs, abilities and rights of persons with disabilities have increased with a focus on women and children with disabilities; and iii. One district implements Community-Based Rehabilitation (CBR) principles targeting mainly children and women with disabilities to demonstrate the benefits of implementation of the principles of CRPD and a functional multi-sectoral approach to inclusive development for future scaling up.The duration of the current project is from January 2015 to December 2017, with a possible phase 2 for 2018- 2019. The members of the project Steering Committee include the Ministry of Health and Social Protection of the Population (Chair), the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Education and Science, the Ministry of Labour, the Ombudsman’s Office, Organizations of Persons with Disabilities, and the Coalition of Associations of Parents of Child with Disabilities.



Goals: Promote sustainable peace and development and contribute to reducing risks of cross-border tensions in areas along the Tajik-Kyrgyz border

Agencies: UNDP, UNICEF,  UN Women, WFP, FAO, SDC, MFA

The Project on “Cross-border Cooperation for Sustainable Peace and Development” endorsed in December 2015 by the United Nations Peace building Support Office/ Peace building Fund is aimed at strengthening cooperation and trust between communities in pilot Tajik-Kyrgyz village clusters towards mitigating and prevention risks of conflict situation in cross-border area.

Joint Programme of the UN agencies to support the Ombudsman program through the Steering Committee

Goals: Improved knowledge of the national human right institutions (NHRI) staff to deal with complaints of right holders; strengthened capacity of NHRI for public outreach and education; improved partnership of NHRI with key state authors and the civil society with the view of promoting and influencing changes in policies, legislation and institutional arrangements for implementation of human rights commitments; increased networking between Central Asian and CIS NHRIs; the Ombudsman's office is supported to address children's cases more effectively. 

Agencies: UNDP; UNICEF; UNFPA; IOM; UNAIDS; OHCHR; ILO; UNHCR; UN Women



Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition, Health Reforms

Goals: Build national capacity to set the strategic vision and direction, and performing the core functions related to policy, priority setting, regulation, monitoring and evaluation; implementation of evidence based protocols; building strategic alliances in the area of maternal and child health and nutrition, including prevention of HIV/AIDS in vulnerable youth.

Agencies: WHO, UNICEF

 

Empowering Communities with Better Livelihoods and Social Protection

Goals: Improve Economic, Food, Environmental, Health and Personal Security for the Population of the Rasht Valley, Tajikistan.

Agencies: UNDP, UNICEF, UNFPA, UN Women, UN WFP.

 

Reproductive Health/Maternal Health
Goals: strengthen the health system capacity in the areas of policy formulation; planning and monitoring of sectoral and national programmes; improved access to high-quality basic services.                                

Agencies: UNFPA, WHO, UNICEF

 

UN Joint Advocacy Project on HIV

Goals:  expand and coordinate UN technical support to improve national capacity on HIV programmes; contribute to national priorities in HIV prevention, treatment care and support to achieve mid-term targets of MDG 6; enhance the national capacity on advocacy, strategic information and management for effective implementation of the programmes; tracking epidemic and response as well as reducing stigma and discrimination towards PLHIV; promotion of human rights and gender equality. 

Agencies: UNAIDS, UNDP, UNICEF, UNFPA

 

 

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