FAO-GEF project registered in Turkmenistan

FAO-GEF project registered in Turkmenistan


The project plans to introduce highly efficient technologies for natural resource management in Turkmenistan

The FAO-GEF regional project on integrated management of natural resources in arid and saline areas of Central Asia and Turkey (CACILM-2) has received registration from the Ministry of Finance and Economy of Turkmenistan, writes Arzuw.news.

Project coordinator M. Shaumarov expressed gratitude to the Turkmen authorities and assured that his team is ready to implement the plan to adapt the agriculture of Turkmenistan to climate change as soon as possible.

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Within the framework of the project, it is planned to introduce highly effective technologies for managing natural resources in Turkmenistan, create nurseries where drought-resistant and salt-tolerant plants will be grown.

FAO / GEF is a project that is implemented under the UN Convention to Combat Desertification and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. The CA countries and Turkey began its implementation in 2018. The cost of implementing the planned activities is about $ 76 million, the implementation period is 5 years.


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