|OSCE Office in Tajikistan (OiT)||
The OiT has through its current mandate with the host country been encouraged to engage in regional activities that may foster and develop closer intra-regional co-operation.The OiT provides project management of the ICExH programme through a Co-operation Support Cell located within Mine Action Unit/Politico-Military Department. Furthermore, it is in charge of resource mobilization and management of the project’s Extra-Budgetary contributions.
|OSCE field operations in Central Asia and OSCE Secretariat||
The OSCE field operations in Central Asia support the project implementation as a channel of communication and coordination through its regular contacts with the national authorities of pS.The OiT works in close co-operation with the Secretariat’s Conflict Prevention Centre as well as other relevant thematic units within the Secretariat to support project implementation.
|OSCE pS in Central Asia and Afghanistan||The interested CA pS and Afghanistan through their responsible agencies, e.g. Ministries of Defence, Ministries of Internal Affairs, the Protection and Rescue/Disaster Preparedness and Response authorities and national mine action authorities, are the recipients of the trainings, exchange programmes and other project’s opportunities.|
Trainings foreseen within the ICExH programme are delivered by qualified and certified training institutions and/or professionals in partnership with the OiT.
The U.S. Army Central Command (ARCENT), in line with the Memorandum of Agreement signed with the OiT in February 2014, provides in-kind training support for the following courses: EOD level 1, 2, 3 & 3+ (specialization C-IED).
Currently the trainings are being certified by the Tajikistan National Mine Action Centre.
Explosive Hazards Awareness and Reduction course has been developed and delivered with the in-kind support from the LMAC, DCA HMA and UNMAST - UNIFIL
The Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Tajikistan has been hosting trainings (as part of the ICExH programme) organized at its Engineering-Sapper Regiment in Dushanbe and at the Field training centre of the Military Institute in Lyaur.The MoD of Tajikistan plans to utilize the ICExH programme in order to set up a regional Explosive Hazards training centre. For this purpose the OiT has provided support to upgrade the training facilities at the above mentioned locations.
|Donor community||The ICExH programme has been developed as an Extra-Budgetary project. This means that its implementation relies solely on the generous support of the donor community.|