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U.S. Government Introduces New Drug to Help Save Lives of Tuberculosis Patients
January 31, 2017

Acting Deputy Chief of Mission of the United States to Tajikistan Lucy Jilka joined the First Deputy Minister of Health and Social Protection of Population of the Republic of Tajikistan Umarzoda Saida Gayrat, national health leadership, physicians, TB doctors, and stakeholders to celebrate the introduction of bedaquiline to Tajikistan. This is the first new drug approved for the treatment of tuberculosis (TB) since the 1960s. U.S. company Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, created bedaquiline to treat drug-resistant tuberculosis and protect public health.  Janssen is donating 30,000 courses of this life-saving new TB drug to qualified countries.  The United States, through USAID’s Office of Global Health, is partnering with Janssen to introduce bedaquiline in Tajikistan.

U. S. Government Supports Literacy in Tajikistan
January 23, 2017

U.S. Ambassador Elisabeth Millard joined Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Tajikistan Latofat Naziri, local education officials, teachers, and education stakeholders at the joint Ministry and USAID Quality Reading Project presentation of the 2016 Early Grade Reading Assessment midterm findings. The baseline data was presented in December 2014.

U.S. Government Marks World AIDS Day
December 1, 2016

During the week of November 27 to December 1, the United States Government hosted a series of events commemorating World AIDS Day to raise awareness of the HIV epidemic especially among vulnerable groups and to combat stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV.

October 25, 2016

USAID promotes economic growth, democracy, education, health and food security in Tajikistan. As part of the USAID Mission to Central Asia, USAID in Tajikistan advances the U.S. Government’s New Silk Road initiative, which increases regional connections between the economies and peoples of Central and South Asia — including Afghanistan — to foster greater stability and prosperity.

December 4, 2014

Таджикистан противостоит многим вызовам, таким как крайняя нищета, отсутствие продовольственной безопасности, низкая эффективность экономики, падающие показатели грамотности населения, высокий уровень безработицы и растущая заболеваемость туберкулёзом. Обладая крайне мобильным населением в 8 миллионов человек, Таджикистан является потенциальным каналом распространения заболеваний, приводящих к инвалидности, таких как туберкулёз с множественной лекарственной устойчивостью (МЛУ ТБ) и ВИЧ/СПИД.


Last updated: April 19, 2017

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