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NCCR North-South

NCCR North-South is a consortium of Swiss institutions and their partners in developing and transitional countries. NCCR North-South aims to carry out research on major syndromes of global and local change in developing and transition countries, and to make significant contributions to the design of measures that mitigate these syndromes.

NCCR North-South is financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). It is implemented by the Centre for Development and Environment (CDE) of the University of Berne.
The JACS Central Asia is one of eight research regions or Joint Areas of Case Studies (JACS) which have been established in developing and transitional countries.
The Central Asia partnership region comprises Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Specific research partnerships have been established with institutions in Central Asia, through which integrated, context-specific, and mitigation-oriented research is jointly conducted and developed.

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NCCR North-South: Research partnerships for mitigating syndromes of global change in Central Asia

NCCR North-South is a consortium of Swiss institutions and their partners in developing and transitional countries. NCCR North-South aims to carry out research on major syndromes of global and local change in developing and transition countries, and to make significant contributions to the design of measures that mitigate these syndromes.