Institutional Development of the State Agency for Hydrometeorology of Tajikistan
Supporting the development of effective hydrological and meteorological (hydromet) data and information in Tajikistan.
Tajikistan already faces recurring climate-related extreme weather events, particularly floods and landslides. The country's hydromet services, designed to provide climate information for development planning, is under severe strain due to weak infrastructure and institutional challenges.
This problem will be addressed by supporting the legal and structural transformation of Tajikistan Hydromet Agency and developing and implementing a business model in hydromet services. The improvement of climate data will empower communities to make informed decisions in managing risks through timely and robust information.
The project has an estimated lifespan of 30 years.
- Private sector
- Public sector
GCF financing86% disbursed
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Phone +82 32 458 6155 (KST)
National Designated Authority
Committee of Environmental Protection Under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan
Gender action plan for FP075: Institutional Development of the State Agency for Hydrometeorology of Tajikistan ADB FP075
||Gender action plan||23 May 2018|
Gender assessment for FP075: Institutional Development of the State Agency for Hydrometeorology of Tajikistan ADB FP075
||Gender assessment||22 May 2018|
Institutional development of the state agency for hydrometeorology of Tajikistan ADB FP075
||Approved funding proposal||27 Mar 2018|
Environmental and social safeguards (ESS) report for FP075: Institutional Development of the State Agency for Hydrometeorology of Tajikistan ADB FP075
||Environmental and Social Safeguards report||22 Feb 2018|