Sustaining livelihoods affected by the Aral Sea disaster

Duration: March 2012 – March 2016
Budget: US$3,948,125
Implementing Agencies: UNDP, WHO, UNFPA, UNV, UNESCO

With the aim to build the resilience of communities affected by the Aral Sea disaster, the programme was instrumental in responding to one of the world’s worst environmental disasters. Through a package of interventions to improve livelihoods, strengthen community development, and mitigate health and environmental insecurities, disaster affected communities have seen significant improvements in their economic, food, health and environmental security.


Programme Summary

‘The Community Health Volunteers of Karakalpakstan: co-winners of the Peoples’ Voices Award’

‘Blog entry: Indoor water for a healthier winter’

‘Blog entry: Bicycles keep TB prevention on track’

‘Blog entry: Winter 2014’

‘Facebook page’

Sustaining livelihoods affected by the Aral Sea disaster-Newsletter – Winter 2014