The project enhances the institutional capacity of ministries and line agencies for coping with natural hazards, such as earthquakes, landslides, mud flows, avalanches, floods and droughts to minimize the loss to human, property, and social and economic infrastructure.
The project will carry out multi-hazard vulnerability and risk assessment across the country; prepare hazard maps; identify areas of high risk; prepare national, regional, and sector wise DRM plans; strengthen the CESCD and other ministries/agencies through provision of capacity building measures, trainings, and equipment.
Actual services provided by our staff within the assignment:
Detailed tasks include: (i) support efforts of the government in mainstreaming disaster risk management (DRM) in development planning, and (ii) lay a foundation for establishing a sustainable institutional and financial mechanism that enables Tajikistan to effectively deal with disasters in the long-term. The project has three interrelated outputs: (i) DRM mainstreamed in government institutions; (ii) strengthened capacity to manage natural hazards and minimize losses; and (iii) road map for investments and sustainable financing developed. The outputs will be implemented at the national level with specific interventions covering Sarez Lake and communities downstream.
Name of client: Eptisa / Asian Development Bank
Start date (month/year): 04/2019
Completion date (month/year): 10/2021