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  • Female farmers in Tajikistan are hosting USAID-sponsored get-togethers to overcome endemic corruption and start their own farms.

  • USAID training women in Rudaki Shaartuz and Qubodiyon to make preserves.

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  • USAID handed almost 440 books for preschool children in Khatlon Oblast to foster love in reading and strengthen reading practices

  • These girls are some of the nearly 100,000 people in Tajikistan who have gained access to clean water through USAID programs. Credit: USAID

  • Farmer's son helps with onion harvest collection in Qumsangir

  • Legal aid programs supported by USAID were successful in 94 percent of land-use disputes, including for these 100 women who regained the rights to 68 hectares of land. Credit: USAID

  • A journalist interviews a farmer for a USAID produced “Your Rights to Land” television series. A project survey showed that the best way to reach farmers was through television. Credit: USAID

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About Tajikistan

Sharing an 800-mile porous border with Afghanistan in Central Asia, Tajikistan is a potential conduit for trade between the region and South Asia. As U.S. combat troops withdraw from Afghanistan, Tajikistan will play an increasingly important role during Afghanistan’s transition to a more stable, connected and dependable neighbor. The United States works with Tajikistan to ensure the country remains a productive partner that can contribute to regional success. 

Recognizing the country’s role as a linchpin for regional trade and security, USAID is promoting growth and stability to benefit Tajikistan as well as the broader South and Central Asia region. 

Last updated: October 10, 2014

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Contact Information

Mission Contact

Kathleen McDonald
109 “A” Ismoili Somoni Ave.
Postal Code - M 

USAID Contact

Eric Rudenshiold, Sr. Officer in Charge
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
, DC 
(202) 712-0141