PROGRAM STRATEGY

Program strategy


The Multi-Partner Human Security Trust Fund for the Aral Sea region will serve as a unique single platform for uniting international donors communities’ efforts and mobilization of their resources within the assistance framework to the Aral Sea region by implementing complex of measures directed towards improvement of the ecological and socio-economic situation in the Aral Sea region through the prism human security concept. The Fund’s Program Strategy is built on the UN Human Security Concept, in turn based on ensuring that people are protected from serious and widespread risks and situations by empowering their resilience. In this context, it is the most optimal and effective mechanism for mitigating risks and overcoming the negative consequences of the environmental crisis of the Aral Sea.

Program Strategy


Based on the features of the region, the main directions of the MHSPTF Strategy are to ensure environmental, economic, food, social and health securities.

PUBLIC HEALTH

Measures will be taken in such key areas as improving the quality and accessibility of drinking water, providing access to medicines

ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY

It is proposed to take measures on organization of comprehensive monitoring of the environment

ECONOMIC SECURITY

It is provided through the implementation of activities aimed primarily at increasing the employment and income of the population in remote areas of the Republic of Karakalpakstan and Khorezm region

FOOD SECURITY

It will be supported through implementation of projects on promotion of sustainable agricultural development with expansion of production of ecologically clean food products adapted to current environmental and natural climatic conditions

ENSURING SOCIAL SECURITY

it is planned to implement measures to expand access to the education system, primarily the development and placement of preschool institutions

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