Why Supporting

Community Resilience?

The Challenge:

The Aral Sea

Challenge

The Aral Sea has shrunk by 90 percent, partly due to unsustainable irrigation practices.

Solution

Provide laser-leveling equipment – a water-saving technology – to small farming enterprises in the Kanlikul and Shumanay districts.

Challenge

Fishing and employment opportunities have been devastated.

Solution

Equip 150 men and women from the Baday-tugay nature reserve area with techniques for sustainable land management and methods to bring degraded land back into productive use.

Challenge

Health risks have increased, particularly for women and vulnerable groups.

Solution

Train 160 primary healthcare workers in sexual and reproductive health and family planning, and provide counseling for vulnerable women and young people.

The Challenge:

Addressing HIV

Challenge

Currently, some face limited opportunities to receive HIV treatment, care and support.

Solution

24,000 men and women are receiving HIV care.

Challenge

To prevent the spread of HIV into the general population, we need to reduce its incidence among vulnerable communities.

Solution

31,000 young people receive HIV prevention services.

Challenge

Some have limited access to state-of-the-art anti-retroviral therapy.

Solution

More than 3,800 men and women benefit from anti-retroviral treatment.

The Challenge:

Disaster Risk Reduction

Challenge

The public at large lacks an awareness of what to do in the event of a disaster.

Solution

Raise the awareness of government officials and the general public on how to respond to disaster.

Challenge

Residential housing is not constructed to minimize the risk of damage and loss of life during a disaster.

Solution

Develop guidelines for the safe construction of housing.

Challenge

People do not know how to get information quickly and easily in the event of a disaster.

Solution

Create mobile applications to help facilitate communications during a disaster.

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