The impact of the Project will be an improvement in the quality of life during winter months in remote rural areas (soum centers) in Mongolia.
The outcome will be provided sustainable heating services in remote rural area.
The outputs will be (i) reduction in coal purchases by local government, (ii) strengthen local boiler manufacturing capacity, and (iv) establishment standard operation and maintenance (O&M) systems.
The activities consist of (i) site selection for pilot projects, technical design and development of heating system packages, and community mobilization; (ii) installation of heating systems and training; and (iii) grant management, monitoring and auditing.
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|Community-Based Heating Supply in Rural Remote Areas (Financed by the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction)||Jun 2007|
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