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Community Engagement Improves Tuberculosis Treatment Adherence

July 2014—Tajikistan, one of Central Asia’s poorest countries, is burdened with high rates of tuberculosis (TB).

Farmers Succeed Given Access to Loans

July 2014—Access to finance can open up a world of opportunity for rural farmers. As part of Feed the Future, the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative, USAID's Productive Agriculture Project works to strengthen Tajikistan’s agricultural sector to benefit small farm owners, their families and their communities.

Мамалакат Абдукахорова управляет каналами ирригационной системы в Таджикистане

Как только солнце садится в сельской местности Таджикистана, фермеры отправляются в главное здание  города на собрание ассоциации водопользователей. Все оборачиваются, как только их лидер, председатель Мамлакат Абдукахорова призывает всех к порядку. В этом патриархальном обществе фермеры ждут наказов Мамлакат Абдукахоровой.  Она успешно руководит ассоциацией водопользователей Хаваскор -1 с момента его образования в марте 2012 года и является одной из немногих женщин, которые руководят ассоциациями водопользователей в Таджикистане.

Tajikistan barber

Amarjon Abdusamadov stands poised with scissors in hand ready to take on his next customer. One month into his training, he exudes confidence but works with a careful hand. His barber’s coat belies his young age of 18. “I had just graduated from high school and needed a job to help my family,” says Abdusamadov.

Tajikistan farmer

The Tajikistan Stability Enhancement Program builds and repairs rural infrastructure to develop targeted agricultural value chains and contribute to overall stability. During the summer growing season, the Tajikistan Stability Enhancement Program, a USAID-funded activity operating in the Tavildara Valley since 2009, has rehabilitated the defunct irrigation canal in Argankul, jumpstarting production and allowing farmers like Jumabek Begov to produce enough food to eat and surplus potatoes to sell. 

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Last updated: July 23, 2014

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