With sponsorship from United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF), EFCA-Tajiksitan has established a Youth Council (YC) comprised of youth (elected by their peers) between the ages of 16 – 24 to represent each of the 44 counties (9 districts) of Kuhistoni Badakshon province. The delegates
As part of EFCA-Tajikistan’s Reducing Youth Radicalization in Tajikistan Programme (sponsored by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Youth Banks (YB) have been established in the poorest areas of Tajikistan in order to alleviate the triggers of participation in violent extremism.
“When Hukumat representatives saw the success of EFCA-Tajikistan’s program, they decided to provide 500 hectares of unused land to the most vulnerable families in the Jamoats. That’s why local people still feel positive effects of EFCA-Tajikistan’s program,” said the director of NGO
Marina Borisenko is a client of Elina Yenikeyeva, a lawyer of the Legal Center of Women’s Initiatives Sana Sezim, who used to have problems with issuing her identification documents. “I asked if the Migration Police could issue a passport for me. They answered they couldn’t because I
Despite its high unemployment rate, Kistakoz, the largest town in Soghd province has always enjoyed a solid reputation for handicrafts in Tajikistan. The town is holding specialist fairs around the year and its residents are famous for producing the embroidery of dresses with national