Tajikistan hosted the Second Meeting of the Technical Experts’ Group of the Almaty Process, a regional inter-state initiative, in Dushanbe, 14-15 May 2019. Government officials from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkey, and Uzbekistan, as well as UN experts, have gathered to continue dialogue and exchange views on mixed migration flows, including refugee protection and migration issues in Central Asia and the wider region.
HIV service organizations from 11 East European and Central Asian countries came together at a meeting on migrants’ health in Moscow conducted on 27-29 April 2019 to contribute in cross border dialogue and joint actions to help people living with HIV in the region.
Dushanbe hosted the First Technical Expert’s Group Meeting of the Almaty Process, a regional interstate initiative on migration, on 12-13 February 2019. Government officials from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan, as well as UN experts, have gathered to continue dialogue and exchange views on migration issues and refugee protection challenges in Central Asia and the wider region.
Preliminary results of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) study on combatting human trafficking and recruiting online in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, and Tajikistan have been introduced to representatives of the civil society of three countries during a two-day regional event held on 21-22 January 2019 in Dushanbe.
The UN Migration Agency (IOM) has organized a first regional forum bringing together counter trafficking government officials from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan to foster regional cooperation and improve the identification, referral and reintegration of victims of trafficking in the region.
When death is certain on land and likely at sea, where do you go?
IOM Tajikistan and the Government of Tajikistan co-organized a side event to discuss water and migration as a part of the International high-level Conference on International Decade for Action “Water for Sustainable Development, 2018-2028” in the Tajik capital of Dushanbe. The side-event titled “Migration in the Age of Vanishing Waters” brought together representatives of the related government agencies, international stakeholders, and academia.
This greenhouse was built with money provided by the Government of the United Kingdom
Amriddin Khalifaev is 33 years old, and lives in the village of Khojakushkori in the Jamoat Mehvar, Panj. Amriddin’s story is similar to the hundreds of thousands of other Tajik men who see themselves obliged to leave their country right after finishing secondary school, with no hopes of finding employment in the Tajik labour market.