Tajikistan: Project Results and Case Studies

Read project results and case studies related to Tajikistan.

Latest Results

  • May 2013

    Tajikistan Hydropower: Strengthening the Power Supply

    The Soviet-era Nurek hydropower plant supplies most of Tajikistan’s electrical power, but its technology is antiquated and the land its switchyard is built on is sinking, requiring an ADB intervention of funds and expertise.
  • May 2013

    Central Asia Cross-Border Trade and Transport

    Rehabilitated roads in landlocked Tajikistan boost trade at home and with other Central Asian nations and the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
  • April 2013

    Tajikistan Flooding and Disaster Preparedness

    Tajikistan’s mountainous terrain and climatic extremes mean flooding is common but flood prevention infrastructure is helping provide a more secure base for rural livelihoods.
  • April 2013

    Tajikistan Transport: Surhob River Bridge Saves Lives

    In Tajikistan, a new bridge across the Surhob River is connecting once-isolated villages to the amenities of town, saving lives in medical emergencies, and providing a much-needed shot in the arm for small businesses.
  • April 2010

    Family Health Centers in Tajikistan Bring Care to Rural Communities

    A community-based approach to health centers in Tajikistan is providing access to health in areas with high rates of infant and maternal mortality. Kyzrok Village, Tajikistan - At first glance the new health center in Kyzrok Village may seem modest, but it is a far cry from the old train carriage that for many years received patients in this remote district about five hours northeast of Tajikistan's capital, Dushanbe.
  • March 2010

    New Road Cuts Travel Time to Tajikistan Capital

    Thanks to a new concrete and asphalt road from their village to the capital, residents of Obi Garm can travel to Dushanbe in half the time as in years past. Obi Garm, Tajikistan - No sign indicates where a major ADB road project tapers off in Rasht district, Tajikistan. But close your eyes and it is easy to tell. Smooth concrete road abruptly gives way to jarring, rutted terrain, and vehicles heading east from the capital Dushanbe begin a 60-kilometer (km) crawl.
  • March 2008

    Tajikistan: Road Out of Poverty

    Improvements to a key road artery in Tajikistan bring a host of benefits to impoverished communities: better access to schools, hospitals, and markets.
  • March 2008

    Restoring Quake-Damaged Water Supply in Tajikistan

    An emergency loan to fund repairs to Tajikistan's troubled water supply reduces waste, boosts farm productivity, and improves incomes. Loikasai Village - It was the day before Idi Qurbon (the Feast of Sacrifice) and the normally bustling hillside village of Loikasai was almost deserted.