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  • U.S. Ambassador Susan Elliott during the handover ceremony (Photo: U.S. Embassy)

    Two Drug Control Agencies in Jirgital and Darvoz

    On August 12th, United States Ambassador Susan M. Elliott facilitated the donation of two district offices in Jirgital and Darvoz for the Drug Control Agency, totaling more than $2 million and funded by the U.S. CENTCOM Counter-Narcotics Program.

  • Ambassador Elliott at the openning ceremony of the Women’s Entrepreneurship for Empowerment project in Qurghonteppa (Photo: U.S. Embassy)

    U.S. Government Supports Tajik Business Women

    On August 6, U.S. Ambassador Susan M. Elliott joined the USAID and the National Association of Business Women of Tajikistan to launch the Women’s Entrepreneurship for Empowerment project in Qurghonteppa.

  • U.S. Ambassador Susan Elliott during the handover ceremony (Photo: U.S.Embassy)

    U.S. Embassy Donates 87 Vehicles

    U.S. Ambassador to Tajikistan Susan Elliott facilitated the donation of 87 vehicles to Tajikistan's Counter-Narcotics Agencies totaling more than 5.7 million dollars funded by the U.S. Central Command Counter-Narcotics Program.

  • Ambassador Elliott and the Mayor of Konibodom City, Mr. Gaybullo Bohiri, inaugurated the historical museum, Madrasa Mirrajab Dodkhoh, in Konibodom (Photo credit: U.S. Embassy Dushanbe)

    Ambassador Elliott Opens the AFCP Project

    U.S. Ambassador Susan M. Elliott, together with the Mayor of Konibodom City, Mr. Gaybullo Bohiri, inaugurated the historical museum, Madrasa Mirrajab Dodkhoh, in Konibodom. Madrasa Mirrajab Dodkhoh, was constructed in the second half of 17th century (1659-1669 AD) with the help of local craftsmen.

  • Ambassador Elliott and General Rajabali Rakhmonali, Chairman of the Main Department of Border Guards at the ribbon cutting ceremony in Halqayar (Photo: U.S. Embassy)

    U.S. Funded Border Guards Training Center

    U.S. Ambassador Susan Elliott and General Rajabali Rakhmonali, Chairman of the Main Department of Border Guards, cut the ribbon today which officially opened the Halqayar Border Guards training center outside of Panj.

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    A representative of the world-famous Appalachian Trail is summoned to the breathtaking landscape of Tajikistan to discuss the benefits a trail system has on local communities.

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    U.S. lifestyle journal for Muslim women Azizah Magazine recently published an article written by four teenagers from the Rasht Valley.  Click the link to read all about “The Good Women of Garm,” and congratulations to Mahina, Tillovat, Manzura, and Nasiba on their first feature publication and their fabulous English language skills!