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Success Stories

Successful projects are often the inspiration for new green investment opportunities. The examples provided here demonstrate what has already been achieved with project’s support, expertise and financial tools.

Tajik entrepreneur invests in a modern energy efficient cold storage system

08.05.2020 -

Mr. Fathiddin Raupov has been selling construction materials in the Hisor market in central Tajikistan for the last 15 years. He was looking for an opportunity to diversify his business and increase his income. Mr. Raupov approached one of the EBRD’s partner banks for a loan of US$ 18,570 and invested in a cold storage

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Drainage system allows a Tajik female farmer to use less water and stabilise soil

08.05.2020 -

Ms. Balkhumor Mengliqulova manages a 5-hectare farm, cultivating wheat, cotton and vegetables in the Yovon region in southern Tajikistan. Due to increasing groundwater levels, farms in this region face the risk of over-watering of its crops as well as soil salinization. This has affected plant growth and water quality, resulting in lower crop yields. Ms.

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Improving production with a modern greenhouse for a female Tajik farmer

08.05.2020 -

Ms. Tojimatova has been growing vegetables including tomatoes and cucumbers on her farm for more than 20 years. Her farm is located in the Tursunzoda district, a rapidly developing region due to increased border trade with Uzbekistan. She saw this as an opportunity to grow her business. Ms. Tojimatova approached one of the EBRD’s partner

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Experienced farmer boosts production of vegetable crops thanks to a modern greenhouse

08.05.2020 -

A Tajik farmer invested in a greenhouse to boost production of tomatoes and cucumbers and become more environmentally friendly by reducing his water consumption. With more than 20 years of farming experience, Mr. Abdurasul Jalilov from the Tursunzoda region has been cultivating vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes, carrots and onions together with his family.

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Mechanization supports a Tajik farmer’s vision to export dried apricots to regional suppliers

08.05.2020 -

Mr. Gulomjon Ismoilov manages a 6-hectare farm in B.Gafurov, one of the agricultural regions in Tajikistan producing dried fruits and nuts for wholesale trade and export. As a trained economist, he took over the farm management 8 years ago from his parents and was keen to boost its productivity and improve overall farm operations. Mr.

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A female Tajik farmer improves productivity with a new tractor

08.05.2020 -

Ms. Shamsikhol Sultonova is the most established female farmer in her village Aivoch, located in the southern part of Tajikistan. Managing 20 permanent workers where more than 50% are female, she owns 15 hectares of land for planting cotton and additionally rents 20 hectares of land for cotton production. Currently, she procures external tractor machinery

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