REAP Mission

REAP promotes Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) practices in the agri-food production and processing industries along the entire supply chain in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. Business case for resource efficiency measures by micro, small and medium enterprise (MSMEs) is developed, while promoting eco-efficiency based on international standards and supporting companies in presenting bankable projects to financial institutions. SCP consultants are trained locally to support the MSMEs during and beyond project.  Project uses approach that has been successful in multiple countries in South and South East Asia making over 1000 industries more profitable.

Objectives

Our Contribution to SDGs


Industries

Who can join the project?

MSMEs in the agri-food processing industries.  Wide range of MSMEs, such as those engaged in fruit or vegetable canning, beverage production, dry fruit processing, confectionary, dairy products as well as those engaged in horticulture, fruit and vegetable producing, are invited to join the project

Why join the project?

The project will work with participating industries in reducing resources for same production output (increasing efficiency of resource use) and provide handholding for implementing the improvements, along with links to financial institutions and technology providers.  This will lead to the following benefits.

More Produce with Less Resources

What other industries have experienced?

Quotes

To learn more about the project

Uzbekistan: uzbekistan@reap-centralasia.org
Tajikistan: tajikistan@reap-centralasia.org


What We Do

Partners

The Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC) www.carececo.org
National Association of small and Medium Business of the Republic of Tajikistan www.namsb.tj/en
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan www.chamber.uz/
adelphi Research gGmbH, Germany www.adelphi.de/en/
Austria Recycling, Austria www.austriarecycling.at/en/
STENUM Asia Sustainable Development Society www.sustent.in/stenum-asia/
The Energy and Research Institute, India www.teriin.org/