Tajikistan has a wide network of Aarhus Centres operating in seven cities. The first Aarhus Centre opened in the capital Dushanbe in 2003, followed by the Aarhus Centre Khujand in 2005. In 2009, an Aarhus Centre opened in Kurgan-Tyube followed by the Aarhus Centre Khorog in 2011. In 2013, three Aarhus Centres were established in the cities of Garm, Kumsangir and Tursunzade. In Tajikistan, youth is at the driving seat of many of the Aarhus Centre activities that promote environmental awareness, disaster risk reduction and stakeholder engagement in uranium legacy remediation.  

  • Aarhus Centre Dushanbe

    The main task of Dushanbe Aarhus Centre is to facilitate partnership among government and civil society in addressing priority environmental and security challenges in the region through utilization of the mechanisms offered by the Aarhus Centres.
  • Aarhus Centre Garm

    The main task of Garm Aarhus Centre is to facilitate partnership among government and civil society in addressing priority environmental and security challenges in the region through utilization of the mechanisms offered by the Aarhus Centres.
  • Aarhus Centre Khorog

    The main task of Aarhus Centre Khorog is to facilitate partnership among government and civil society in addressing priority environmental and security challenges in the region through utilization of the mechanisms offered by the Aarhus Centers. Khorog Aarhus Center covers the whole geographic territory of Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Oblast of Tajikistan and transboundary areas of Afghan Badakhshan.
  • Aarhus Centre Khujand

    YGPE initiated its activity in 2000 and since then has been recognized as one of the successful leaders in the areas of poverty reduction and sustainable ecological development.

  • Aarhus Centre Kurgan-Tyube

    The main task of Kurgan-Tyube Aarhus Centre is to facilitate partnership among government and civil society in addressing priority environmental and security challenges in the region through utilization of the mechanisms offered by the Aarhus Centres.
  • Aarhus Centre Tursunzoda

    The main task of Aarhus Centre Tursunzoda is to facilitate partnerships among the government and civil society in addressing the main environmental and security challenges in the region through utilization of the mechanisms offered by the Aarhus Centres. Geographical coverage of the Centre is Tursunzoda town.
  • Jayhun Aarhus Centre

    The Jayhun Aarhus Centre focuses on informing the population on the main principles of Aarhus Convention and raising public awareness on environmental rights of citizens through conducting information sessions, seminars and other events.