Resilience Of Farming To Climate Change Risks In Fergana

Status:

Active

Duration:

January 2019 - December 2021

Budget:

USD 800 000

Focus Area:

Environment

Partners:

Chamber of Commerce and Industry of  the Republic of Uzbekistan

Donor

Russian Federation

SDG:

Goal 1: No Poverty 

Goal 2: Zero hunger

Goal 5: Gender Equality 

Goal15: Life on land

Goal 17: Partnership for goals

Project Document:

English

Project Summary:

Central Asia, and in particular Uzbekistan is recognized as one of the world’s most vulnerable regions to the impact of long-term climate change. The proposed project aims to institutionalize integrated services to agricultural producers in the pilot region that enhances adaptation to the impacts of climate change. The project will also work with local farmers to improve efficiency of agricultural practices and usage of natural resources.

Expected Results:

The project’s objective will be achieved through the following key development outcomes: 

Strengthening policy makers and decision-making institutions with tools and dealing with climate risks in agro-production sector including horticulture and vegetable production.

Enhancing the export potential of smallholders through capacitated agricultural and post-harvest production and better improved ability to cope with climate vulnerabilities and climate-related risks.

Project Contact Information:

Ulugbek Dedabayev, Project Manager: ulugbek.dedabaev@undp.org

Tel: (+998 71) 120 34 50

Address: Address: 4 Taras Shevchenko Street, Tashkent 100029

Publications, if any:

 

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