Tajikistan

Support for Mine Action

Last updated: 09 January 2024

In 2022, Tajikistan received a total of US$3.3 million in international assistance for mine action from two donors.[1] This represents a 23% decrease from the $4.3 million received in 2021. The support was for capacity-building and clearance activities.

International contributions: 2022[2]

Donor

Sector

Amount

(national currency)

Amount

(US$)

United States

Capacity-building, clearance

US$2,612,000

2,612,000

Norway

Clearance

NOK6,903,386

718,070

Total

 -

N/A

3,330,070

Note: N/A=not applicable.

Tajikistan reported a national financial contribution of $536,400 to its mine action program in 2022.[3]

Five-year support for mine action

In the five-year period from 2018–2022, international assistance to mine action in Tajikistan totaled $14.3 million. This represents a decrease of 7% from the support received during the previous five-year period from 2013–2017, when Tajikistan received $15.3 million.

Summary of international contributions: 2018–2022[4]

Year

International contributions (US$)

% change from previous

year

2022

3,330,070

-23

2021

4,300,000

+87

2020

2,300,000

+5

2019

2,181,810

0

2018

2,191,729

+3

Total

14,303,609

N/A

                    Note: N/A=not applicable.



[1] Norway: Norway Mine Ban Treaty Article 7 Report (for calendar year 2022), Form J. See, Mine Ban Treaty Article 7 Database. United States: US Department of State, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement (PM/WRA), “To Walk the Earth in Safety: 1 October 2021–30 September 2022,” 4 April 2023.

[2] Average exchange rate for 2022: NOK9.6138=US$1. US Federal Reserve, “List of Exchange Rates (Annual),” 9 January 2023.

[3] Tajikistan Mine Ban Treaty Article 7 Report (for calendar year 2022), Form F.

[4] See previous Support for Mine Action country profiles. ICBL-CMC, “Country Profiles: Tajikistan,” undated; ICBL, Landmine Monitor 2022 (ICBL-CMC: Geneva, November 2022); and ICBL, Landmine Monitor 2021 (ICBL-CMC: Geneva, November 2021).