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Mongolia
Biodiversity
2,837.00
Project Number:   MON/04/17
Mongolia had many wild Sea Buckthorn plants in Selenge area. As people get poor and become unemployed, they often start going to these fields and destroy them, while they harvest wild fruits. No body takes care of them. As a result, many wild fruit ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
11,620.00
Project Number:   MON/03/18
Shaamar village used to be one of the fruit growing areas in Mongolia before 1990s. As the country started shifting to a market economy early 90s, many fruit plantations in Shaamar were left abandoned without any care due to lack of financial ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
6,752.00
Project Number:   MON/04/16
The country had many state owned tree nurseries in northern Mongolia during the past socialist economy. But from 1990, when Mongolia started shifting to a market economy, the forestry sector has completely failed and practically all tree nurseries ( ... )
Mongolia
Land Degradation
2,260.00
Project Number:   MON/03/10
Pastureland degradation is one of the most pressing environmental problems in Mongolia. In fact, nature is very vulnerable to climate change effects which bring frequent droughts, practically every summer. In addition to climate change, domestic ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
6,860.00
Project Number:   MON/03/13
Although tree planting continues to be one of the major environmental initiatives in Mongolia, fruit tree planting by local communities is relatively new in the countryside. Having some experience in tree planting in urban areas, the Girls Scout ( ... )
Mongolia
International Waters
11,258.00
Project Number:   MON/03/02
Community based natural resources management is something new in Mongolia since the recent start of shifting the country from communism to a market economy. Currently rural communities are mostly poor people. According to official statistics, the ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
6,156.00
Project Number:   MON/03/06
Valuable natural resources like rare and medicinal plants are rapidly being depleted over the last 15 years. There are even more threats to them to be destroyed for minor market benefits, mostly for the Chinese market. The ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
5,980.00
Project Number:   MON/03/04
During the past socialism, the country had many state owned tree nurseries in northern Mongolia, especially in Selenge region. In early 1990s, when Mongolia started shifting to a market economy, the forestry sector has completely failed and ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
9,550.00
Project Number:   MON/03/09
Glycyrrhiza, locally called sweet grass, is a valuable medicinal plant in Mongolia which is currently under a serious threat to extinct. There is about half the total amount of Glycyrrhiza’s resources of Mongolia in the southern sums of ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
5,000.00
Project Number:   MON/03/08
Gobi region in Mongolia has no willow trees. If not the entire region, at least sum centres need some kinds of trees. Specially, willow trees grow rapidly. Willow trees are usually used for making some home appliences in the countryside. Therefore, ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
10,400.00
Project Number:   MON/03/07
A small grant was given to an NGO in 2003 to help a local community establish a combined fruit and tree nursery nearby Batsumber village of Tuv aimag to produce 50,000 seedlings at the end of the first year of project implementation in order to ( ... )
Mongolia
Climate Change Mitigation
5,120.00
Project Number:   MON/03/12
Mongolia’s forest coverage is 8.2 % only. Moreover, forests are in the north of the country. Therefore, residents in Gobi and steppe regions always face difficulty in making fire with woods and other fuels. What they do is to harvest and destroy ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
12,300.00
Project Number:   MON/03/11
Ecotourism is a new tourism type in Mongolia. As it is a nature friendly activity, SGP has to experience it. The number of individual tourists and eco-tourists coming to Mongolia every year has been increasing more rapidly than that of collective ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
9,674.00
Project Number:   MON/03/03
Due to destructuve nature of some human activities or man made natural disasters like steppe fires or land degradation and desertification, tens of hundreds of bird nests are being destroyed every year and accordingly steppe birds loose their ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
7,740.00
Project Number:   MON/03/05
Although official statistics say that about 17 % of springs in Mongolia has been dried up over the last 15-20 years, in reality this number may exceed 30 %. This sutuation is most likely relates to climate change effects. Springs in dry Mongolia ( ... )
Mongolia
Biodiversity
2,200.00
Project Number:   MON/03/01
Mongolia is a dry country. This natural dryness has been affected by strong climate change effects over the last 10-15 years in Mongolia and as a result land, specially pastureland is rapidly being degraded or deteriorated. Grassland becomes ( ... )
Mongolia
23,220.00
Project Number:   MON/COMDEKS/2014/02
Mongolia
25,377.00
Project Number:   MON/COMDEKS/2014/01
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