What we do

Since 1993, we do whatever it takes in Tajikistan to help children survive, thrive and fulfill their potential, from early childhood through adolescence.

What we do

UNICEF's work in Tajikistan

UNICEF's country programme for 2016-2020 aims to accelerate progress towards the realization of the rights of all children, with special attention given to closing equity gaps through four components at different stages of their life cycle.

UNICEF works across sectors of child protection, health, social policy, early childhood development and education, WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene), response in emergencies, climate change and disaster risk preparedness, children with disabilities and youth. 

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Surviving and thriving in early years

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Helping children to survive and thrive

Child mortality has decreased in Tajikistan. UNICEF works to make sure solutions reach all children, everywhere.

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Quality inclusive education

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Education is the key to opportunities

UNICEF believes that quality education is a right for all children.

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Child protection and inclusion

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Child safety through protection and inclusion

UNICEF works to improve the policies and services that protect all children. We aim to make Tajikistan a safe and inclusive place for children to grow.

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Second decade

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Adolescence development and participation in the second decade

UNICEF will promote the implementation of the rights of children in the second decade of their lives and provide to them with a “second chance” in unlocking their full potential.

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WASH and climate change resilience

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Responding to climate change and building resilience

UNICEF advocates for national investments in preventing climate change consequences for children.

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