Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2010 Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper - 2010-2012

The document provides an overview of the results achieved through the 2007-2009... The document provides an overview of the results achieved through the 2007-2009 Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS), and it outlines the current social and economic situation in Tajikistan. Hence, it sets the key goals and directions of the 2010-2012 PRS, focusing on improving public administration, promoting sustainable economic growth and diversification of the economy, and developing human capital. In alignment with these objectives and with the National Development Strategy, it elaborates policy actions organized in three main blocks: the Functional Block (dealing with public administration reform, investment climate, macroeconomic stability, development of private sector and regional cooperation), the Production Block (dealing with food security, agriculture, infrastructure, industry and energy); and the Social Block (dealing with education, health, social welfare, water and sanitation, environment, gender).

2009 UNDAF Tajikistan 2010-2015

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is aligned with the Millennium... The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is aligned with the Millennium Development Goals and the National Development Strategy. It focuses on four main pillars: 1) poverty reduction and governance; 2) food and nutrition security; 3) clean water, sustainable environment, and energy; 4) quality of basic services.

2007 National Development Strategy

The National Development Strategy (NDS) is aligned with other national development policies,... The National Development Strategy (NDS) is aligned with other national development policies, and in particular with the 2007-2009 Poverty Reduction Strategy. The main priorities of the NDS are: 1) a reform of public administration with a view to creating a national development system in the country, the principal features of which are transparency, accountability and a focus on combating corruption; 2) development of the private sector and attraction of investments, based on the expansion of economic freedoms, strengthening property rights and the rule of law, and development of public-private partnerships; 3) development of human potential aimed primarily at increasing the quantity and quality of social services for the poor and achieving the Millennium Development Goals, expanding public participation in the development process and strengthening social partnerships. The NDS contains three main "blocks": the Functional Block (involving the creation of a suitable institutional environment for development), the Production Block (focusing on expanding the country's energy potential, raising productivity of agriculture, providing special support for the private sector and investment in selected industrial clusters); and the Social Block (dealing with education, science health, social welfare, water and sanitation, environment, gender).

2006 National Sericulture Development Plan

The plan has been developed by the Black, Caspian Seas and Central... The plan has been developed by the Black, Caspian Seas and Central Asia Silk Association (BACSA) and it aims at the development of sericulture in Tajikistan. It focuses on strengthening the forage reserve, developing silkworm egg production, increase volumes of cocoon production, educating staff and developing international economic relations.

Silk Silk

2005 Trade Diagnostic Study - Tajikistan

The Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) provides an overview of the current... The Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) provides an overview of the current economic and social situation in Tajikistan and it analyses the country's export performance. It assesses domestic and external trade regime and infrastructures, and it outlines specific sectors with higher export potential, as well as the opportunities for attracting foreign direct investments.

Aluminium, Cotton, Electricity, Textile Industry Aluminium, Cotton, Electricity, Textile Industry