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.
Махадали Хурамов, сдавая в аренду 2 га земли в районе Рудаки в Таджикистане, боролся в течение многих лет, чтобы получить воду для полива своих полей.
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.
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 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.
Last updated: July 16, 2014