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U.S. Provides More Than $2 million in Assistance to Tajikistan

WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American people, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is providing more than $830,000 to the people of Tajikistan after extreme winter weather and an energy crisis have caused a humanitarian crisis in the country. Thi...

Largest Ever Regional AIDS Conference to Review Epidemic Status and Changing Challenges in the Response

... show an increase compared to previous years in Ukraine, the Russian Federation, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, the Republic of Moldova, tajikistan and Uzbekistan. "Knowing the epidemic and better understanding the most vulnerable and affected populations will be the key to better targeting inte...

Researchers build new model of bio-exploration

...s hoping to make use of plants that have medical or cosmetic potential. The program began in the former Soviet republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Horticulturalists are drawn to the Stans, Lila said, because the region has a rich heritage as a center of fruit and nut production, a...

WHO’s asking :Is There Light At The End Of The Tunnel In Tajikistan

... in Tajikistan, Santino Severoni, has an unenviable agenda in front of him. tajikistan is reeling under a malnourished public health system, // bruised after the ...ino Severoni , “Therefore, it has been decided to increase WHO's support to tajikistan and to boost the staff of WHO's mission in the country. WHO intends to prov...

HIV Infection Higher In Drug Trafficking Countries

...lemented now, everywhere the heroin is flowing.” Afghanistan, Iran and tajikistan produce 420 tonnes of the narcotic every year. Afghan heroin on its way to ...ts drug-using community and has since seen a decline in transmission rates. tajikistan users with access to needle exchanges had half the prevalence rate of those...
Tajikistan in Biological News

Afghanistan to protect wildlife and wild lands

... and the Marco Polo sheep in the 1970s, and in recent years he has continued to perform some of the only wildlife surveys in the high Pamirs of China, tajikistan and Afghanistan. Dr. Schaller's years of dedicated research has also led to the project's plans to bring the governments of Afghanistan, Pakistan, Taj...
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