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21 March 2020
Манай дэлхийн амин чухал экосистемийн нэг болох ойн сан нь хуурай газрын гуравны нэгийг эзэлж ургамал, амьтан, шавж хорхойн төрөл зүйлийн амьд организмын 80 гаруй хувийнх нь амьдрах орчин болдог. Ой болон бусад эмзэг экосистемийг тогтвортой удирдаж, нөөцийг зөв ашиглах нь  уур амьсгалын өөрчлөлттэй тэмцэх болон өнөө болон ирээдүй хойч үеийн...
21 March 2020
Forests are one of the most vital ecosystems in our world covering one third of the Earth's land mass, performing vital functions around the world. Forests are also home to more than 80% of the terrestrial species of animals, plants and insects. Forests, their sustainable management and use of resources,...
05 March 2020
Based on the Dzud risk map issued on 2nd of January by the Mongolia National Agency for Meteorology and Environmental Monitoring (NAMEM) the Food and Agriculture of the United Nations in Mongolia (UNFAO) implemented “Early Action to protect the key livestock-related assets of vulnerable herder households in areas at very...
04 February 2020
On 8 January 2020 the Mongolia cabinet has approved the order #11 that lays the ground for establishing a Secretariat office for “Dairy Asia” in Ulaanbaatar. Dairy Asia is a multi-stakeholder partnership committed to building a socially and environmentally responsible Asian dairy sector that enhances rural livelihoods, improves nutrition, and...
22 November 2019
There is no doubt that antimicrobial resistance is a growing problem in Mongolia and the rest of the world. In fact, Mongolia is the most prolific user of antimicrobial according to a recent WHO study that surveyed 65 countries (source). Nevertheless, the problem goes beyond the human health sector: In...
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