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The Joint Working Group on socio-economic impact of COVID-19 reviewed its progressThe Joint Working Group on socio-economic impact of COVID-19 reviewed its progress

UN - Government of Turkmenistan joint working group on socio-economic impact of COVID-19 in Turkmenistan held its fourth meeting  


Molecular tests for TB detection: What’s new?

Drug-resistant tuberculosis remains a public health problem worldwide  


UNDP delivered sprayers to support public health measures against acute respiratory disease

UNDP handed-over skid sprayers for disinfectants to the sanitary and epidemiological service (SES) of the Ministry of Healthcare and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan.  


Global Fund Allocates New Grant for Turkmenistan to Fight TB

Turkmenistan has been allocated US $5,067,499 to fight tuberculosis (TB) and building resilient and sustainable systems for health by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global…  


United Nations Development Program and Red Crescent Society held a meeting on the joint project

Participants discussed issues of ensuring the quality implementation of project activities, shared their experience and practical cases.  


Better Quality Treatment of Multi-drug-resistant Tuberculosis with Biochemistry Tests for Side Effects

The UNDP project funded by the Global Fund has purchased and installed Selectra Pro S biochemical analyzers in all regional TB hospitals of Turkmenistan.  


Plastic Waste Management - First Step Towards Integrated Urban Development

In October 2019, the UNDP / GEF project purchased and installed metal containers for the collection and further disposal of plastic waste.  


Tuberculosis detection with Bactec technology is available in Akhal and Balkan

By 2019, all regions of the country are equipped with the automated BACTEC MGIT system, which will allow a full range of drug susceptibility testing, TB diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of TB…  


Innovation and adaptation to climate change in the heart of the desert

The restoration of Esenaman site and the catchment area on it will allow sheep flocks to be moved 30-35 km inland to the sands and will provide an opportunity for pastures of the Adjy Guyy site (30 km…  


Scaling up laser land leveling technology application in Turkmenistan

To solve the problems of irrigated agriculture due to the effects of climate change, it is necessary to carry out measures and introduce technologies to save water resources by reducing the irrational…  

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