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Training: In this year following actions was implemented to enhance capacity building of research team: The project has organized a training seminar on “PM&E : Best practice” for researchers of the research team on August 30, 2005. At the seminar, following issues, such as project goals, and its implementation, purpose of the participatory monitoring and… Continue reading Capacity Development
In the second year following activities on policy support for CBNRM was implemented: Study on revision of Law on Environment Protection for the support of CBNRM was carried out in cooperation with other projects and organizations. On the results of these multi stakeholder efforts Mongolian Parliament has approved in Nov. 2005, new Articles for Law… Continue reading Policy Support
Assessment of pasture capacity and its degradation in the three study sites and its comparison During the reporting period was carried out the assessment of pasture capacity in all study sites for the period 2000-2005, with the comparison of 1996. In the recent years, substantial changes have occurred in ecosystem of Mongolia, which are revealed… Continue reading Pasture and NRM
Widening of CM structure and scaling-up CBNRM activities is main objective of the project. In the second year project activities are addressed to the effective functioning of CM and CBNRM, with the aim to widely disseminate its results to the study sites, as well as to the regional and national level stakeholders. The selection criteria… Continue reading Co management:
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