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2018

THRIVE TAJIKISTAN : PARTNERSHIP FOR SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Tajikistan

Titre : THRIVE TAJIKISTAN : PARTNERSHIP FOR SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Pays : Tajikistan.
Localisation : Khatlon districts : Nosiri Khisrav, Shahritus, Qubodiyon, Dusti, Jayhun, Panj, Farkhor, Hamadoni, Shamsiddin Shohin — GBAO districts : Darvoz, Vanj, Rushon, Shughnon, Roshtqala, Ishkashim, Murghob

Durée : October 2018 - September 2023

Objectifs
The Thrive project strengthens the ability of local government institutions in resource management and effective social service delivery ; and improves the performance of small-scale farmers and entrepreneurs

Descriptif
This five-year, $20 million program expands the partnership between the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) to improve the quality of life for people in 16 districts of Tajikistan.

The Thrive project uses an integrated, holistic, and locally-driven approach to address economic and social challenges across Khatlon and GBAO regions. To improve quality of life, Thrive will increase access to fresh water and sanitation, health, education, and energy services ; develop the agriculture sector and catalyze small and growing businesses ; and improve financial services and local governance. The Thrive project works directly through its beneficiaries – communities and local government institutions, exploring options for private sector engagement and drawing on previous experiences, lessons learned, and best practices of USAID programs and other donor organizations in Tajikistan.

Mise en œuvre : Aga Khan Foundation, Aga Khan Agency for Habitat, Accelerate Prosperity, University of Central Asia, Aga Khan Health Services, Pamir Energy, and Branch Republican Institute for Professional Development in Education

Partenaires : Aga Khan Foundation (AKF)

Budget  : $20 million

Agence de Développement International du Gouvernement des Etats Unis (USAID)

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