NATIONAL STRATEGY AND ACTION PLAN ON CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF BIODIVERSITY CBD Strategy and Action Plan - Tajikistan (Part I, English version)
CRS Report for Congress Prepared for Members and Committees of Congress Tajikistan: Recent Developments and U.S. Interests Jim Nichol Specialist in Russian and Eurasian Affairs February 10, 2011 Congressional Research Service 7-5700 www.crs.gov 98-594
www.unicef.org/hac2011 | 2011 UNICEF HUMANITARIAN ACTION FOR CHILDREN In 2010, a string of emergencies caused by natur al disasters and epidemics affected thousands of children and women in Tajikistan, the poorest country in Central Asia. 1 Imposing mountainous terrain and geographical isolation ...
Development of Equipment Certification Centres for the Transportation of Perishable Goods in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan in the frame
Selected Country Indicators Country Indicators Comparison year Most recent year Gross domestic product per capita $170 (1995) $360 (FY2006) Human Development Index rank – 122/177 (2006) Population living on less than $2 a day (%) 81 (1999) 64 (2003) Primary education net enrollment (%) 99.9 96 ...
Weekly September 18, 1998 / 47 (36) ;752-6 Epidemic Typhoid Fever -- Dushanbe, Tajikistan, 1997 Typhoid fever, a severe systemic illness transmitted through food or water, is caused by the bacterium Salmonella serotype Typhi (1).
REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTAN 24 In Fergana valley scientists identified more than 30 local varieties of apricot, including wide diversity of its forms: Khurmoi, Isfarak, Boboi, Kandak, Mirsanjali, Tajiboi, Mullo gadoi, Uchma, Mahtobi, Javpazak, Daravshak, Kali zafari, Bibi Nigori, Shirpaivand and others.
About Tajikistan. Tajikistan and the whole Central Asian Region of the world have a fascinating natural and cultural history. Tajikistan is steeped in history and culture.
THE MINERAL INDUSTRY OF TAJIKISTAN—1998 42.1 THE MINERAL INDUSTRY OF T AJIKISTAN By Richard M. Levine Tajikistan continued to be a substantial regional producer of primary aluminum, although its entire alumina supply must be imported.
TAJIKISTAN: Up to 100 tonnes of heroin passes through Tajikistan every year-- equal to the annual heroin demand in Western Europe and North America combined, according to the latest UNDP report.