Tajikistan Forestry NAMA

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    Sector Forestry
    Focus area
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    Type of action Project
    Scope National
    Stage Implementation
    Submitted to UNFCCC registry No
    Start of initiative 2015
    Financing and support details
    Financing status Seeking financing
    Total cost
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    Financing requested
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    Financing received to-date EUR 13 mln
    Principal source of financing Multilateral
    Principal type of financing Grant
    Capacity building required Yes
    Technology transfer required Unknown
    Additional information
    Proponent(s) Ministry of Economic Development and Trade (MEDT), Agency of Forestry under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan (GoT)
    International funder(s) Under appraisal of NAMA Facility
    Organization providing technical support Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, KfW Entwicklungsbank
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    The NAMA Support Project has several aims. These include forest renewal, conservation and sustainable management, contributing to climate change mitigation. Its other objectives are to maintain biodiversity, improve the livelihoods of local people and leverage public and private finance.

    Activities: (2015 - 2021)
    It will address the systemic barriers affecting the implementation of forestry sector reform. It will also build national and local institutional capacity to transform the entire sector to a net carbon sink development path beyond the scope of the project. Increased institutional capacity will help drive the national reform processes through. Finally, the project will incentivise local people and the private sector to lease land and get involved with forest management, as well as generating investment in the sector.

    Impact and MRV


    Cumulative GHG reductions: No data available
    Mitigative capacity:

    The NAMA Support Project will sequestre 2.01 million tonnes CO2 by 2030 (154,700 tonnes CO2 per year) and could be significantly scaled up across the country.


    Social: Information has not been provided
    Economic: A likely major additional benefit is the creation of new jobs and incomes for local inhabitants.
    Environmental: New plantations will be good for biodiversity conservation, climate change adaptation and ecosystem services. They could for example protect people from floods and landslides.

    MRV Framework:
    No MRV plan has been defined