Resilient Roads in the Fergana Valley, Tajikistan

This report aims to identify solutions for resilient roads located in two jamoat in Jabbor Rasulov district
of Tajikistan where livelihoods depend on critical infrastructure exposed to flooding, landslides, and mudflows, making use of the outcomes of the Climate Risk and Vulnerability Assessment (CRVA) conducted in the same project. More specifically it attempts to:

  1. Assess the criticality of (feeder) roads (Section 1), in the context of current and future climate risks, based on outputs of the participatory workshop conducted in the district of Jabbor Rasulov and on field observations
  2. Confirm the interlinkages between local livelihood strategies and a functioning road infrastructure (Section 2), and the potential of adapting existing road infrastructure and construction methods for future roads to climate change adaptation and resilience (Sections 4 and 5)
  3. Contribute to Impact chains of risk components and potential adaptation options with M&E indicators (Section 3)
  4. Draft ecosystem-based or green-grey infrastructure related measures to increase resilience of critical road infrastructure (Section 4 and Annex)
  5. Provide Recommendations for further increasing climate resilience in the Fergana Valley by upscaling Ecosystem-based solutions for Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction in the framework of a larger project (Section 5)

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Last modified: October 24, 2019