According to the Bank’s website, the additional financing will expand the scope and reinforce the outcome and outputs of the ongoing National Disaster Risk Management Project. This will be achieved by supporting persons displaced by disasters and enhancing the executing agency's technical and institutional capacities for strategic disaster risk management. The overall project will further enhance the disaster preparedness of the country against the projected heightened exposure to climate change.
The Government of Tajikistan is facing immense challenges due to an increased number of displaced people in the country. This is mainly a consequence of (i) worsening external factors such as political instability and conflict, and (ii) an increase in natural hazards, exacerbated by climate change within Tajikistan.
Committee of Emergency Situations and Civil Defense under the Government of Tajikistan
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