Welcome to Boulder-Dushanbe Sister Cities


  • Navruz – Tajik New Year Celebration, March 19, 2017
    • at The Boulder Tea House, boulderteahouse.com
  • Annual Member meeting, December 7, 2017: CU Environmental Design Building room 134 – Open to public
    • Presentations:
      • Cholpon Minbaeva about her work on, “The Socioeconomic Impact of the Modified Water Flow in the Naryn River Basin in Kyrgyzstan
      • Professor Shawhin Roudbari and Nate Jones will present the developing relationships between CU’s ENVD and the Tajik “Built-Environment” community. 
    • Discussion:
      • Election of members to the board of director.
      • Updates on BDSC activities 
  • Fall 2017 Newsletter link
  • Membership – Please renew your membership this Fall. Thank you.
Photographs courtesy of Jancy Campbell, Haryi Nisso, Adam Hermans
Boulder-Dushanbe Sister Cities is a non-political, all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization (incorporated as a 501(c)(3) corporation under U.S. tax laws). Membership is open to anyone sharing our goal of improved understanding and communication between the peoples of the United States and Tajikistan.
The Sister City relationship between the citizens of Boulder and Dushanbe was born during the Cold War and has survived the break-up of the Soviet Union, civil war, and the painful birth of a new nation. With goals of international friendship, peace, and understanding, the people of Dushanbe gave Boulder a magnificent Tajik Teahouse. The Teahouse is now a Boulder institution and is visited by more than 100,000 people annually.Boulder has returned the favor! Boulder-Dushanbe Sister Cities has given a Cyber Café and Friendship Center to the people of Dushanbe on behalf of the people of Boulder.