UN Multi-Partner Human
Security Trust Fund for the
Aral Sea Region in Uzbekistan

The Multi-Partner Human Security Trust Fund for the Aral Sea Region in Uzbekistan provides an integrated platform to catalyze and strengthen a multi-sectoral and people-centered response to address the consequences of the drying of the Aral Sea.

The Aral Sea Crisis

The drying up of the Aral Sea, which was the fourth largest lake in the world until the 1960s, is probably the biggest human-made global environmental disaster with impacts that go beyond national and regional boundaries. Its negative consequences include land degradation and desertification, shortage of drinking water, malnutrition, deterioration of health conditions, and loss of livelihoods of the local population, which contribute to the triple planetary crisis of climate change, nature loss, and pollution.
During the UN Summit on Sustainable Development in September 2015 in New York, the Republic of Uzbekistan initiated the creation of a special Trust Fund for the Aral Sea under the auspices of the United Nations.

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The Multi-Partner Human Security Trust Fund for the Aral Sea Region (MPTF) will become a unique unified platform.

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