El Programa de Apoyo a los Modos de Vida Sostenibles


Acceso de la población pobre a los recursos forestales - Mongolia

Improving the legal framework for participatory forestry: Issues and options for Mongolia Lindsay J., Wingard J. and Manaljav Z. (2006). Improving the legal framework for participatory forestry: Issues and options for Mongolia. FAO LSP WP 30. Access to Natural Resources Sub-Programme.

Represents part of an area of work in support of enhancing access to land and forest resources in support of rural livelihoods in Mongolia. Information on the work is provided through LSP Working Papers number 30,31 and 32.
Depleting natural wealth  perpetuating poverty: Rural livelihoods and access to forest resources in Mongolia Schmidt S. with Altanchimeg C., Tungalagtuya K., Narangerel Y., Ganchimeg D., Erdenechimeg B., Dambayuren S. and Battogoo D. New Zealand Nature Institute - Initiative for People Centered Conservation. (2006).Depleting natural wealth perpetuating poverty: Rural livelihoods and access to forest resources in Mongolia. FAO LSP WP 31. Access to Natural Resources Sub-Programme.

Represents part of an area of work in support of enhancing access to land and forest resources in support of rural livelihoods in Mongolia. Information on the work is provided through LSP Working Papers number 30,31 and 32.
Rural livelihoods and access to forest resources in Mongolia: Methodology and case studies of Tsenkher Soum, Ulaan Uul Soum, Binder Soum, Teshig Soum and Baynlig Soum

















Schmidt S. with Altanchimeg C., Tungalagtuya K., Narangerel Y., Ganchimeg D., Erdenechimeg B., Dambayuren S. and Battogoo D. New Zealand Nature Institute - Initiative for People Centered Conservation. (2006).Rural livelihoods and access to forest resources in Mongolia: Methodology and case studies of Tsenkher Soum, Ulaan Uul Soum, Binder Soum, Teshig Soum and Baynlig Soum. FAO LSP WP 32. Access to Natural Resources Sub-Programme.

Represents part of an area of work in support of enhancing access to land and forest resources in support of rural livelihoods in Mongolia. Information on the work is provided through LSP Working Papers number 30,31 and 32. While extensive and systematic work has been undertaken on rangeland and livestock issues in Mongolia, a knowledge gap existed on the links between rural livelihoods and forest resources.