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Proposals and Recommendations

PROPOSALS FOR FURTHER ACTIONS ON FOREST AND PASTURE LAND TENURE SYSTEM 1.To strengthen the legal framework on pasture and nature resources use of local communities and groups —In 2017- 2018: Ø To draft and adopt the project of law on Pasture land conservation Ø To formulate the proposal on economical and social legal status of… Continue reading Proposals and Recommendations

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THE BRIEF NOTES OF THE ACTIVITIES OF “JASIL”

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF LAND RIGHTS OF IP AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES ANDEARTH DAY-2017 Activity 1 On 18 of April, 2017 the Ministry of Environment and Tourism, Environment and Development Association “JASIL”, National Association of Environmental protection and Green development communities held the pre-forummeeting in the Ministry of nature and Tourism, where  following issues were discussed during… Continue reading THE BRIEF NOTES OF THE ACTIVITIES OF “JASIL”

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MONGOLIA’S NOMADIC WEATHER READERS Dr. Hijaba Ykhanbai Environment and Development Association “JASIL”, Mongolia Hijaba.ykhan@yahoo.com ABSTRACT Pastoral agriculture, which is strongly weather dependent, remains the predominant rural livelihood in Mongolia. The study was very timely, considering the ICT development and the need to bring quality weather data to herders for their livelihood improvement. The current use… Continue reading

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Sub-regional Working Group Meeting on Diverse Tenure Systems for Rangelands in Central Asia, 21-22 February 2017 – Bishkek-Kyrgyzstan

First Sub-regional Working Group Meeting on Diverse Tenure Systems for Rangelands in Central Asia under the Asia Rangelands  Initiative of ILC, held in Alpinist hotel, 21-22 February 2017, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, organized by KAFLU and JASIL. Please go to link of the Meeting report below https://cbnrmjasil.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/meeting-_report_short5.pdf

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Pastoral communities need to adopt innovative land management practices

Around 90% of all agricultural land in Mongolia is pastoral land, used by 120,000 herderhouseholds (a total of about 500,000 people). However, according to recent estimates,more than 76% of the nation’s pastureland is increasingly subject to overgrazing anddesertification.  How can an innovative system of  land management  be put  in  placelegally, which addresses the use of… Continue reading Pastoral communities need to adopt innovative land management practices