ADB has been assisting in agriculture, natural resources management, and rural development of Mongolia since 1996. This proposed assistance will help herders, the most vulnerable group affected by the climate change to (i) strengthen their preparedness for recurrent dzud, and (ii) rehabilitate and/or improve their livelihoods. Lessons learned from the ongoing JFPR 9124-MON, which are relevant to the proposed assistance, will be incorporated in the design, implementation arrangements, and implementation schedule of the proposed project.
The proposed project will target livelihood improvement of herders, who are largely poor and vulnerable, by ensuring sustainable pasture management, which accounts for about 72.3% of the national land area. It will support the objectives of the National Mongolian Livestock Program 2010 2015, which aims at developing a livestock sector that is resilient to climate change, conductive to social development, and economically viable.
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