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Tajikistan

At a Glance

Resources listed below summarize existing information on climate change impacts and greenhouse gas emissions in Tajikistan. USAID staff and other development practitioners may find this information useful for climate risk management and for considering the linkages between climate change and development.

Climate Projections and Impacts

Refer to the Climate Risk Profile (2018) for more information.

Climate Projections

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Increased Drought Frequency

Sea Level Rise

Increased Temperature

Key Climate Impact Areas

Agriculture

Livestock

Biodiversity

Energy

Human Health

Water Resources

Country Climate Context

Population (2023)

9.2 Million

GAIN Vulnerability

Medium

GHG Emissions Growth

7.15%

% Forested Area

3%

Funding & Key indicators


USAID Climate Change Funding (2023)

Total

$2,150,000

Adaptation

$1,400,000

Clean Energy

$500,000

Sustainable Landscapes

$250,000

Clean Energy Generation Capacity that has Achieved Financial Closure (MW) (2022)

0.45

Hectares Under Improved Management Expected to Reduce GHG Emissions (2022)

2,643

Refer to metadata and sources for more details.

Climate Change Information

(GHG) Greenhouse Gas Emissions Factsheet

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Factsheet: Tajikistan

Climate Risk Profile

Climate Risk Profile: Central Asia

(GHG) Greenhouse Gas Emissions Factsheet

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Factsheet: Tajikistan

Climate Risk Profile: Central Asia
Climate Risk Profile

Climate Risk Profile: Central Asia

Stories from the Area

The USAID Regional Water and Vulnerable Environment Activity is helping youth spark the uptake of innovative practices to increase water security and climate change adaptation.
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Tajikistan recently joined the Gobal Methane Pledge with support from activities implemented by the International Food and Policy Research Institute under USAID’s flagship Comprehensive Action for Climate Change Initiative program.