GEF Country Support Programme Sub-regional Workshop for GEF Focal Points in Europe & CIS. GEF STRATEGIES AND PRIORITIES IN THE REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTAN. PhD Neimatullo Safarov, National CBD and CPD Focal Point Republic of Tajikistan. Global environmental degradation
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GEF Country Support Programme
Sub-regional Workshop for GEF Focal Points in Europe & CIS
GEF STRATEGIES AND PRIORITIES
IN THE REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTAN
PhD Neimatullo Safarov,
National CBD and CPD Focal Point
Republic of Tajikistan
Global environmental degradation
is the top priority concern faced by the mankind.
Global environmental pollution, exhaustion of natural resources, and other
greatly affect human livelihoods,
leading to poverty and forced migration.
Mountain area needs specific attention
of the global community
Unique natural resources and the environment of Tajikistan, availability of a large share of global gene pool of flora and fauna and their impact on the environmental and economic processes are much important in supporting ecological balance at global, regional
and local levels.
Global scales of the environmental degradation have stipulated the need of uniting the efforts of all countries
to prevent global ecological disaster and conserve biosphere and, therefore future of the whole mankind.
State Environmental Program(1997)
Multilateral environmental conventions Tajikistan has ratified or acceded
National environmental programs and strategies
National priority environmental issues of the Republic of Tajikistan
Achievements and outcomes gained in the course
of projects implementation funded by GEF
National Projects submitted to GEF Secretariat
Priority trends in international environmental activity
in Tajikistan for next decades