Civil Society Development in Tajikistan by Yusufbekov Yusuff, Babajanov Rustam, Kuntuvdiy Natalya

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However, generally in Tajikistan, such collaboration is still at a fairly exploratory level and its potential as yet unfulfilled. 4. CSOs providing specialized support and facilitation Such CSOs mainly provide support or services to certain specific groups of the population. The spectrum of activities of such organizations is rather wide. 5. Role of the Jamoat Resource Centers in CSO development The Jamoat Resource Centers (JRC) and District (Rayon) Development Committees (DDC) were initially organized by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) first in the areas most affected by the civil war, and gradually extended to other underdeveloped areas and regions 35 of the country.

There is frequently also an element of innovation in their work, with pilot projects tested at the local level and then introduced more widely and the size and scope of their activity, gives them a coordinating role in civil society. Local NGO/NGCOs are more oriented toward local issues, specifically related to local regional development. Their activity is more linked with current needs of changing public state and their projects and programmes are often devised in direct response to these. The relationship of national and local NGOs/NGCOs can produce positive results through the activity of coalitions and networks since a united voice gives them greater political weight.

Khatlon Oblast Twenty-seven per cent of the interviewed representatives of the population and beneficiaries did not know what a CSO was. 1 per cent of those interviewed knew of CSO activity in their territory, they could not give the name of the programme or say what its purpose was, though they evidently knew and respected the organization’s leader. Eighty-two per cent had been or still were participants of CSO projects/programme and had received as a result: ♦ ♦ ♦ paid post/temporary job: increased knowledge/skills: legal advice 44 % 33 % 23 % Ninety-one per cent said they needed CSO services, a proportion which is characteristic of the populations of countries with low incomes and an undeveloped economy.

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