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Livelihood Improvement in Tajik-Afghan Cross-border Area

Afghanistan, Tajikistan

Titre : Livelihood Improvement in Tajik-Afghan Cross-border Area

Livelihoods Improvement in Afghan-Tajik cross border Areas - to promote stability and security by reducing poverty and strengthening local governance in bordering provinces of Afghanistan and Tajikestan.

Pays : Afghanistan, Tajikistan

Durée : 01 January 2018 // 31 December 2020

Building on the achievements of previous programmes and initiatives funded by the Government of Japan and JICA, UNDP Tajikistan is proposing a 3 year initiative to promote stability and security in the bordering provinces of Tajikistan and Afghanistan. This will be achieved by reducing poverty, supporting economic development and cross-border collaboration among the communities along the Tajik-Afghan border. More than 152,976 people will directly benefit from LITACA project while the livelihoods of more than 1,123,000 people living in target bordering communities will be strengthened. The project will offer capacity development opportunities for the local governments, civil society and private sector organizations to sustainably manage local socio-economic development. As well, the project will offer investments for rehabilitating priority infrastructure initiatives and business development as a means of improving livelihoods of the target population, and thereby promoting stability and security in the region that is much needed in view of the withdrawal of ISAF from Afghanistan in 2014, among other factors.

Organisme mise en œuvre : UNDP Tajikistan/DIM, UNDP Afghanistan/NIM

Financement : United Nations Development Programme $510.90K ; Japanese International Coopera$2.18M
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Présentation : PNUD

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