Mongolia
If community members are united and understand each other well, everything can be done successfully.
Mr. P. Dagvadorj
Beneficiary and Community Leader, Bayangol Soum
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Country Programme Snapshot

Start Date 2002
# of Projects 425
Total Grant Amount US$ 3,640,664
Total cash Co-Financing US$ 1,247,824
Total In-Kind Co-Financing US$ 2,779,837

Country Portfolio by Area of Work

Biodiversity
Chemicals
Climate Change Mitigation
Community Based Adaptation
International Waters
Land Degradation
Global Publications
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This publication highlights the work of the GEF Small Grants Programme (SGP) in the international waters focal area that not only generates global environmental benefi ts through community-based management approach to international waters issues, while assisting communities to increase theirresilience and adapt to climate change.

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Examples of Successful Projects
Headwaters Protection and Management
Headwaters Protection and Management

Goal: Building a green belt to stop sand shift and rehabilitate eroded land, protect river headwaters and create alternative livelihood (fruit field).
Main Activities: Plantation of 8000 trees to build a green belt.
Key Results: River headwaters protected , green belt built, sand shift stopped, surrounding ecosystem has been rehabilitated and improves from year to year.

Country Impact

At national level:

  • 2 legislative initiatives on land degradation –desertification and community forestry, and 3 government regulations on sea buckthorn fruit, green wall and renewable energy;

At local level:

  • 36 decisions and local programmes regarding the establishment of community/locally protected areas , fruit planting , eco-tourism development, making briquettes, fish conservation, green village and green development, etc.

Successful projects scaled up and replicated:

  • 3 projects scaled up and 4 types projects replicated in many places.

SGP activity in figures:

  • 1.3mln. ha. Habitat areas of globally significant biodiversity species, 200,000 ha. of forests and 320,000 ha. of grass land.; 3 endangered animals & 8 rare medicine plant species in over 30 different places .
Awards
May 2014 - Energy Globe Award

The receiver of this Award is Mrs. Tsolmon head of SGP grantee partner Clean Energy that has implemented the GEF SGP funded project MON/SGP/OP5/CC/CORE/12/15

2016 - Order of the Polar Star and Energy Globe Award

Mr. Dovdondemberel, head of  SGP grantee partner Bayanchatsargana,  is the receiver of two Awards: in February 2016 he received  the  Order of the Polar Star of president of Mongolia, and in June 2016 he received Energy Globe Award. 

SGP grantee partner Bayanchatsargana has succesfully implemented projects : MON/SGP/OP4/Y3/Core/09/17 and MON/COMDEKS/2014/01

2015 - Energy Globe Award

SGP grantee partner Clean Energy is the receiver of this Award.

NGO Clean Energy has implemented the GEF SGP funded projects MON/SGP/OP5/CC/CORE/12/15 and MON/COMDEKS/2014/06.

2012 - Order of the Polar Star by the President of Mongolia

Won by Grantee-Community Leader Dagvadorj. The project, establishing one of the first community owned gardens in the country after socialist regime has been awarded the Order of the Polar Star by the President of Mongolia, just before the President's nationwide annual tree planting day. View video.

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