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Tajiskistan is particularly vulnerable to climate change induced natural disasters. It has been listed as the most vulnerable country of Central Asia as well as the second to least coping capacity of the region to address those upcoming risks (World Bank, 2010). Natural disasters occur in Tajikistan on average every 2 days and have resulted in the loss of over 2,000 lives and over EU 145,060,000 over the last two decades (CoESCD) - actions are needed. 

Pilot4DEV is pleased to share news of the Duluti Green Foundation Trust (Arumeru District, Tanzania) since our last visit in November 2021

On the 1st of February 2022, the partners of the BRUD (Building Resilience through integrated Urban Development) project met online for an introductory meeting.

Learn more about Pilot4Dev's training on resilience and climate adaptation! 

Pilot4DEV is seeking to organize a training on the Blue Economy and the protection of marine ecosystems.

As Prof. Youssef Diab (Université Gustave Eiffel) is piloting a civil engineering master course at the University of Liège, a webinar on "Urban Resilience" has been organized for about 15 specialized engineering students on the 9th of December 2021 at 1.45 pm (CET). It gathered 3 different speakers, with 3 different backgrounds and experiences.

On the 25th of November 2021, Pilot4DEV visited the Duluti Green Foundation Trust in the Arumeru district, Tanzania.

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