Fuzilad 25% (fluazifonbutil), 12,5% - “Zeneka”, England
Eradican 6E 72% (ERTS 72% + antidot) – “Zeneka”, England
Yalan 72% (molinate) - Bashkirdistan
Yalan 60% (molinate) – Bashkirdistan
Yalan 10%, 10% (molinate) - Bashkirdistan
F. Defoliants and desiccants
Basta, 14% - «Hoechst», Germany
Gemetrel, 60%, Uzbekistan
Dropp, 50% - «Shering», Germany
Dropp-Turbo, 20% - «Shering», Germany
Finish 450 g/l – «Baier », Germany
Hayot, 85%, Uzbekistan
Harvaid 25P, 250 g/l. «Uniroyal», SMA
Manganese chrorate, 60%, Uzbekistan
Calcium chlorate, chloride, 42%, Russia
Calcium chlorate, chloride, 62%, Russia
REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTAN
EMERGENCY FOOD SECURITY AND SEED IMPORTS PROJECT ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING FOR FARMERS TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR A LOCAL TRAINING COMPANY
The Emergency Food Security and Seed imports project (EFSSIP) objective is to provide long-term support to accelerate agricultural recovery and growth so that Tajikistan’s agricultural and rural sectors can play their full role in providing the underpinnings for future income growth and poverty reduction.
The original Emergency Food Security and Seed imports project (EFSSIP) development objective is to increase domestic food production and reduce the loss of livestock to help at least 28,000 poorest households in a timely manner to reduce the negative impact of high and volatile food prices. More specifically, the project provided agricultural production inputs and critical livestock-related inputs to the poorest farmers and female–headed households, to support their immediate food security as well as to recover their production losses and livelihoods.
The above development objective would be amended to cover additional 55,500 poorest households and include the following objectives: (i) to improve the institutional environment for mitigating future food price shocks for the poorest households through creation of a network of Community Seed Banks, and (ii) to develop private agro-input supply system to enable food supply response and agriculture diversification.
The targeted population is mainly in rural areas, where most poor reside. The intended beneficiary groups will be – private farms, emerging farmer organizations, cooperatives, and other private, rural entrepreneurs that aim to improve their production capacities and efficiency to compete in a new market economy.
The economic and business activities in rural areas created and financed through the project Components may have direct or indirect impact on the environment. Therefore, environmental issues command increased attention, and raising environmental awareness among the staff of the business development agencies, participating financial institutions, and the implementing agencies is a key aspect of the capacity building activities designed under the Project.
During the Project preparation, an environmental review was undertaken, which both (i) reviewed the environmental aspects of Project implementation and (ii) provided guidance on a range of measures to raise environmental awareness in the project institutions during the Project implementation. One of the recommendations stated in the report was that Environmental training ranging from raising awareness to more detailed environmental management should be provided to the project participating agencies. The usage of different mineral fertilizers should be done depending on such factors as type and quality of the soil, type of the crop, system of crop rotation, weather and climate conditions, ways and terms of their application. To ensure this, special information dissemination and training activities will be developed under the project. Consequently, it was recommended to further strengthen the stakeholders’ capacity to ensure the environmental requirements will be fully integrated into their activities. In addition it is also proposed the trainings will be attended by the state ecological inspectors, which are responsible for enforcing the national regulations at the local level.