Education through innovation can transform the lives of girls and strengthen societies, say UN and partners in Tajikistan
Dushanbe, 11 October 2013 – Recognizing the need for fresh and creative perspectives to propel girls’ education forward, the 2013 International Day of the Girl Child involves today UN agencies and partners in Tajikistan to come together and address the im
UNICEF supports Tajikistan to plan for child protection in emergencies
A three-days training on Child Protection in Emergencies and Provision of Psycho-Social Support will be carried out between 17-19 September in Dushanbe organised jointly by UNICEF and the Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan.
Outcomes of the Fourth Central Asia Child Protection Forum
The governments of the Central Asian Republics, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, met in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, to exchange and review for the first time their policies and practices of inclusion of children with disabilitie
Governments Commit to Inclusion in Central Asia
Five Governments in Central Asia made strong commitments to reform their national policies and practices for the inclusion of children with disabilities at a UNICEF supported Child Protection Forum
Media Advisory: Accessibility Tour in Dushanbe
Accessibility Tour in Dushanbe City as part of the Safe and Friendly Dushanbe initiative.
Child-friendly court room introduced in Tajikistan
DUSHANBE, 5 August 2013 - The child-friendly court rooms project was launched today by representatives of the Justice Council of the Republic of Tajikistan, UNICEF and SDC in Tajikistan at the Ismaili Somoni District Courthouse, Dushanbe.
4th Child Protection Forum for Central Asia ends in Tajikistan
DUSHANBE, 1-3 August 2013 - For the very first time, five governments from the five Central Asian Republics met for three days in Dushanbe to bring visibility to an invisible group in society, children with disabilities.
Media Advisory: Launch of Child Friendly Court Room and Child Friendly Investigation Room
UNICEF has been supporting the Government of Tajikistan to implement the National Plan of Action for Reform of the Juvenile Justice System 2010-2015.
Child Protection Forum for Central Asia paves the way forward to include children with disabilities
DUSHANBE, 1 August 2013 – A Child Protection Forum began today to discuss the road ahead for governments and partners to realize the rights of children with disabilities, who are among the most vulnerable, excluded and invisible groups in society.
Media advisory - Child Protection Forum for Central Asia on children with disabilities
DUSHANBE, 1 August 2013 - A press briefing with top level government delegations and UNICEF at the start of the Fourth Child Protection Forum for Central Asia.
Make the Invisible Visible: UNICEF urges louder voices and urgent action to fight violence against children
NEW YORK, 31 July 2013 – Violence against children is all too often unseen, unheard and underreported, said UNICEF today, announcing an initiative that urges ordinary citizens, lawmakers and governments to speak out more to fight violence against children
The Parliament discussed the draft Law on Early Childhood Education and Care with UNICEF and partners
Dushanbe, 22 April 2013 – The Parliament of Tajikistan together with UNICEF Country Office in Tajikistan, the Open Society Institute in Tajikistan and the Aga Khan Foundation conducted a 2-day workshop to discuss the draft Law on Early Childhood Education
UNICEF Deputy Regional Director for CEE/CIS visits Tajikistan to review progress in UNICEF’s collaboration with the country
UNICEF Deputy Regional Director for CEE/CIS, Ms. Kirsi Madi, is visiting Tajikistan on the occasion of the Mid-Term Review of the Country Programme of Cooperation between the Government of Tajikistan and UNICEF.
“Facts for Life: Nutrition and Growth” is now available in the Tajik language to improve feeding practices of young children
DUSHANBE, 7 February 2013 – UNICEF in cooperation with the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Tajikistan releases the publication “Facts for Life: Nutrition and Growth” in the Tajik language. Its intention is to improve feeding practices of young child
US$8.2 million needed now for children in humanitarian crises in Central Asia and Caucasus, says UNICEF
ASTANA, 31 January 2013 – UNICEF is requesting donors in Central Asia and the Caucasus to join forces with UNICEF to raise US$8.2 million to ensure children are protected in emergencies in the region in 2013.