Vegetable Production and Value Chains in Mongolia

Publication | August 2020

This publication analyzes Mongolia’s market and value chain for vegetables, including aspects of climate-resilient smallholder production and access to promote self-sufficiency and generate more income for vegetable growers.

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The Government of Mongolia has identified agriculture as a priority area for growth. Agriculture sector development is key to diversifying the economy, reducing the reliance on vegetable imports, alleviating poverty, and improving nutrition in the country’s large rural population. In line with the government’s focus on accelerating economic diversification and job creation, this publication is intended to aid in informing donor support for Mongolia’s agricultural diversification agenda.


  • Key Findings
  • Market Assessment
  • Value Chain Analysis
  • Technical Analysis: Connecting Smallholder Farmers to Markets
  • Connecting Smallholder Vegetable Farmers to Markets in Other Developing Central Asian Countries
  • Recommended Approach for Public Sector Projects to Increase Farming Incomes
  • Appendix

Additional Details

  • Agriculture and natural resources
  • Food price volatility
  • Agricultural and food productivity
  • Access to rural finance, technology, and markets
  • Industry and trade
  • Mongolia
  • 94
  • 8.5 x 11
  • TCS200222-2
  • 978-92-9262-320-3 (print)
  • 978-92-9262-321-0 (electronic)
  • 978-92-9262-322-7 (ebook)

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