Flag of Tajikistan

Преображая жизни

Language: English | Russian
By participating in the Rebuild Afghanistan Trade Fair in Kabul, Doro LLC received exposure and contacts that proved valuable la

Doro LLC is a well-known retailer in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, that specializes in office equipment and computers, furniture, mobile phones, and other electronic goods. They also own a subsidiary company, Art Echo, that manufactures school and office furniture.

Shulabibi Ismatova stands in her yard following her recovery. The burns on her neck and chest are visible.

A few pennies per month may mean the difference between life and death for a woman in the mountainous villages of Tajikistan. There, in such isolation, USAID and partner Mercy Corps have been helping mothers prepare for worst-case scenarios since 2009.

Saodat Shabonova holds some of the potatoes she grew from true potato seeds.

Saodat Shabonova and her husband were astounded by the harvest: each potato plant produced 44 tubers. Shabonova is an agriculture volunteer in the mountainous village of Kul, in eastern Tajikistan for a program funded by USAID and implemented by Mercy Corps.

Khamzaev Farm owner Abdumukim Mirkarimov (left) appraises the apricot harvest with farm personnel.

The old Tajik city of Isfara is famous for its apricot orchards. Apricot production is the main source of income for the population of this region, and for years the high productivity allowed exports to countries of the former Soviet Union.

Дети школы № 22 в Язгуляме наслаждаются  интерактивными уроками, которые являются  частью инновационных изменений в рамках  пред

The village of Yazgulam in Gorno Badakhshan District was one of the hotbeds of Tajikistan’s civil war from 1992 to 1997. Although the war ended years ago, Yazgulam’s inhabitants were still afraid of the militants that continued to wander around the village. “Safety was the main concern. I didn’t have high hopes that this place would ever improve,” said resident Khafiz Azoraev.

Pages

Last updated: February 27, 2014

Share This Page