Milestone Reached in SAPPHIRE Central Asia Project

Today marks another significant milestone in the SAPPHIRE Central Asia project, an initiative aimed at modernizing operational hydrology workflows and discharge forecasting within National Hydrometeorological Organizations. This project, supported by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, operates under the Blue Peace Regional Initiative.

In a key meeting, representatives from the Government of Switzerland and hydrosolutions GmbH convened today with the Agency for Hydrometeorology of the Committee for Environmental Protection under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan. The primary goal was to establish a framework for long-term and mutually beneficial cooperation between the Tajik Hydromet and our team.

To formalize this partnership, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed, marking a commitment to work together under the SAPPHIRE Central Asia project. This collaboration aims to leverage our expertise and the capabilities of the Tajik Hydromet to advance the project's objectives.

We are excited to embark on this journey with our colleagues in Tajikistan and look forward to the innovative advancements and strengthened relationships that will emerge from this cooperation.

Photo credits: Swiss Cooperation - Tajikistan

Tobias Siegfried (CEO hydrosolutions GmbH), Carlos Munos (SDC Regional Advisor on DDR), Orzu Odinaev (Agency for Hydrometeorology)
Presentation of the SAPPHIRE Project
MoU signing: Tobias Siegfried, CEO hydrosolutions GmbH (left) and Jamila Baydulloeva, Deputy Director, Agency for Hydrometeorology


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