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  • These girls are some of the nearly 100,000 people in Tajikistan who have gained access to clean water through USAID programs. Credit: USAID

  • Farmer's son helps with onion harvest collection in Qumsangir

  • Legal aid programs supported by USAID were successful in 94 percent of land-use disputes, including for these 100 women who regained the rights to 68 hectares of land. Credit: USAID

  • A journalist interviews a farmer for a USAID produced “Your Rights to Land” television series. A project survey showed that the best way to reach farmers was through television. Credit: USAID

  • Female farmers in Tajikistan are hosting USAID-sponsored get-togethers to overcome endemic corruption and start their own farms.

  • USAID training women in Rudaki Shaartuz and Qubodiyon to make preserves.

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  • USAID handed almost 440 books for preschool children in Khatlon Oblast to foster love in reading and strengthen reading practices

USAID teaches farmers how to successfully manage community irrigation water
Tajik Farmers Rebuild Canals to Access Water
The USAID Land Reform and Farm Restructuring Project sponsors legal aid centers to advocate for farmers’ rights to land.
Farmers Regain Confiscated Land in Tajikistan
Using Water More Resourcefully

About Tajikistan

To address these challenges, USAID partners with the people of Tajikistan to increase food security, improve health and nutrition, strengthen basic education and enhance good governance. The U.S. Government’s Feed the Future initiative addresses food insecurity by improving agricultural production and profitability as well as nutrition outcomes for mothers and their children. USAID also works to strengthen civil society and local governance, supports implementation of national education and health strategies, and prevents and treats TB and HIV. In the energy sector, USAID promotes closer economic integration among the Central Asian Republics and between Central and South Asia by helping to create an economically competitive regional energy market that will increase access to and stabilize the cost of energy for the people of Tajikistan.

Last updated: December 29, 2015

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Contact Information

Mission Contact

Kathleen McDonald
109 “A” Ismoili Somoni Ave.
Postal Code - M 

USAID Contact

Eric Rudenshiold, Sr. Officer in Charge
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
, DC 
(202) 712-0141