Located at the gateway to Central Asia, Tajikistan has come through civil war, and since the last peace accord of 1997, has worked to stabilize its macroeconomy and implement structural reforms. In April 2009, the government of Japan formulated a Country Assistance Plan for Tajikistan, establishing four areas of focus: rural development and industrial promotion, transportation (building, maintaining and managing roads), national border management, and the provision of basic social services. Based on that plan, JICA is providing cooperation to build roads that connect to the Afghanistan border, to make improvements in the water supply and in the systems for farming guidance and maternal and child healthcare, as well as cooperation that relates to rural development in regions near the Afghanistan border.
|May 21, 2019||JICA Supports the Freedom of Speech in Tajikistan|
|May 13, 2019||Topics & Events|
|April 23, 2019||JICA Tajikistan Mini-Grant Scheme|
|January 30, 2019||JICA in the Media|
|December 5, 2018||JICA and the Government of Japan Assists Combatting Against Locust in Tajikistan|
|December 11, 2018||JICA Senior Advisor Keiko Osaki on WHO's Publication of Guidelines on Home-Based Maternal and Child Health Records|