+++ Public organization of the Republic of Tajikistan «Foundation to Support Civil Initiatives» (FSCI, Dastgirie-Center) was established by a group of enthusiasts in early 1995, during a difficult period of civil uprisings. FSCI received a legal status on 1 June 1995. The main mission of FSCI is to support the development of the civic sector of the republic through the implementation of various ecological initiatives targeted towards environment protection, sustainable development, creation and realization of natural resources management... +++
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EIA of vocational - technical institutions (schools) of the Republic of Tajikistan

Since the beginning of 2014 in Tajikistan launched the project of the Asian Development Bank - TVET / ADB «Strengthening Private sector participation in Technical and Vocational Education and Training». EIA is one part of the first phase of the project baseline. Project expert on environmental issues (representative of FSCI) were held offsite session in regions of the country, the purpose of which - the review of vocational institutions (schools) operating in the 4 regions of the Republic of Tajikistan, a preliminary EIA, preparation of a plan to reduce the negative impacts on the environment of the maintenance work on the reconstruction of schools.

Round table "Discussion of the first embodiment of the GHS development Strategy in Tajikistan"

Roundtable meeting to discuss the development of the first version of Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS Strategy) in Tajikistan was held in Dushanbe on November 13, 2014. Roundtable participants have become leading specialists of the ministries and departments involved in the government programs on the use of chemicals in Tajikistan. These representatives of ministries and departments have been nominated in the Co-ordination Group of the project for the development of the Strategy of the GHS in the initial stage of the project.

Practical trainings and educational seminars on sustainable land management in Varzob region

In the framework of the OSCE project "Disaster Risk Reduction through restoration of degraded land in the pilot areas of Varzob region" during October - November 2014 were carried out practical actions to reduce soil erosion and improve land use at the pilot territories of Varzob region: jamoat Luchob (village Kosatarosh), jamoat Dehmalik (village Pichandar), jamoat Chorbogh (village Okkuli bolo). Along with field trips in each village were conducted practical trainings for farmers and villagers about methods of reducing soil erosion on sloping lands. In the same period, were conducted successful educational workshops in the pilot jamoats on sustainable land management, grazing land, composting, reduce energy costs, protect gardens, etc.

The project "Introduction of sustainable land use practices in the pilot areas of Varzob region of the Republic of Tajikistan"

From October 2014 Public environmental organizations "Foundation to Support Civil Initiatives" (FSCI, Dastgiri Center) with the technical support of the OSCE began to implement a short-term demonstration project to improve land use in targeted areas of Varzob district of Tajikistan. As the pilot area for the project were selected the land of farmer facilities in rural villages of Jamoats Luchob, Chorbogh, Dehmalik.

The project envisages the introduction of affordable and accessible to the public land use practices leading to disaster risk reduction.

CONFERENCE Sustainable resource management in Central Asia and the goal of sustainable development (Kyrgyzstan, Cholpon-Ata, 30 September - 1 October 2014)

The conference brought together senior officials from the Office of the President, the National Council for Sustainable Development of the Kyrgyz Republic, experts in environmental sustainability programs in Georgia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. On the conference was held a master class on environmental issues and sustainable development in Central Asia for journalists and cameramen of Kyrgyzstan.. Representative of FSCI spoke at a conference with a presentation on sustainable ecosystems as a basis for sustainable development in the Central Asian region. The conference was organized by Ecological Movement of Kyrgyzstan "BIOM" with the technical support from Conrad Adenauer Foundation, which is more than 20 years working with NGOs in Central Asia

Implementation of GHS strategy in Tajikistan

Within the framework of the project "Support to the implementation of SAICM and GHS Strategy in Tajikistan” in September 2014 was prepared the National Report "Implementation of GHS Strategy in Tajikistan. “Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management” (SAICM) was developed and signed by the final documents of the UN conferences on Environment and Development (Agenda on 21 century, Declarations of the World Summit on Sustainable Development, Rio +10, Rio +20, etc.). GHS (Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals) is one of the main components of SAICM. GHS strategy in Tajikistan was developed by a working group consisting of experts and professionals from various sectors of society in the country (the state, science, NGOs).

The third meeting of the working group of the European Union - Central Asia Environmental Management, Climate Change and Water (Almaty, Kazakhstan, 11-12 June 2014)

Working Group on Environmental Management, Climate Change and Water Resources was formed in the Platform on Environment and Cooperation in the field of water resources management in Rome in 2009. The working group of the EU-Central Asia includes representatives from the Ministries of Environment, Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, EU officials and EU member states. The purpose of the working group – is to develop the new strategy of cooperation between EU and Central Asia. The delegation of Tajikistan on the 3rd meeting of the working group included leading members of Tajik Parliament (Environmental Commission), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Water Resources, the Committee for Environmental Protection under the Government of Tajikistan. The leader of FSCI participated in the meeting and on the thematic sessions of the Working Group with concrete proposals to improve environmental management in partnership with the national authorities and the EU.

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