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The “Reduction of Risks Related to the Climate Change in Turkmenistan” Project is implemented under the aegis of UNDP and is a part of the Central Asian Multicounty Climate Risks Management Programme.
The main goal of the project is to improve resilience of the rural agricultural communities through more effective climate risks reduction and risk information support.
This project is aimed to strengthen institutional, legal and technical capacities of the key institutions, with a special focus on Turkmenhydromet. The project will be implemented through Turkmenhydromet and intended to achieve better understanding of the climate risks and awareness raising among the key stakeholders (Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Nature Protection, Ministry of Water Management, and Emergency Response Agency under the Ministry of Defense). The project will place special emphasis on capacity building for climate risks reduction at the local level in three different country-specific ecological zones (environments) exposed to the climate risks: highlands (mountains) – Nohur; desert Garagum – Bokurdak; and intensive irrigational farming areas - Sakarchaga. Support will be provided to the public awareness raising about climate risks through media. The country will establish a national network of climate risk experts; develop national climate change information and communication materials; and adopt best practices both at the national and provincial levels.
All interested vendors may submitt proposals and required documents on or before close of business (18:00) on June 30, 2014 and via:e-mail, fasmile, in a sealed envelops marked "National consultant to update the report on Assessment of Water sector of Turkmenistan " to the following address:
UNDP Turkmenistan Registry
Galkynysh 40, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
Telephone: + 993 12 425250
Fax: + 993 12 425317
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