BOMCA 10 assists Tajikistan in the effective implementation of the National action plan on UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security

  • Thematic Component: 4. Improvement of Cross-Border Cooperation
  • Country: Tajikistan

From 15 to 16 February, the Border Management Programme in Central Asia (BOMCA 10), in partnership with UN Women, is organising a training on the effective implementation of the United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1325 on the women, peace, and security agenda.

The training is aimed at taking stock of the lessons learnt and achievements resulting from the implementation of the previous National action plan (NAP), as well as making an emphasis on the main benchmarks and indicators relevant for the implementation of the current NAP. This activity is targeted at the participants representing the Committee on Women and Family under the Government of Tajikistan and other state agencies involved in the NAP implementation.

The experts and the participants focused on the policy monitoring, evaluation, as well assessment tools applicable for the implementation of the forthcoming NAP.

It is worth noting that as a result of the training, the experts will develop practical recommendations on the NAP implementation.

The training is organised in the framework of the Programme’s Component 4 “Improvement of Cross-Border Cooperation”, and is aimed at improving living conditions in border areas through local economic development, with a focus on human rights, gender equality and vulnerable groups.