FAO in Mongolia

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13 October 2016
UN FAO with the Mercy Corps Mongolia to organize the Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS) training to build capacity to support the saving of livestock based livelihoods of communities affected by natural disasters. The first 3-day LEGS training was held on 10-13 October in Ulaanbaatar with 27 representatives of Central...
12 October 2016
Participatory Guarantee System Training 10-11 October and 1st National Organic Food Forum and 12 October 2016 was sponsored by the Mongolia Productivity Organization, Mongolia National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry and UN FAO. Mr. Konrad Hauptfleisch from the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movement...
22 September 2016
A new project to promote fruit and berry production is under formulation by the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry with the assistance of FAO's horticultural expert, David Doolan, working with the Fruit and Berry Association led by former-Minister of Food, Agriculture and Industry, Mr. Nasanjargal Darjaa, and Dr. Bayarsukh at...
28 July 2016
Farmers, academia and government officials attended the field day events which included presentations from the IPAS, field visit to wheat field demonstrations of top varieties supported by KOPIA (Korea RDA), and IPAS field research on pulses. Dr. Steve Shirtliff and Dr. Eric Johnson from the University of Saskatchewan were special...
11 April 2014
China and Mongolia are moving forward to implement activities following an agreement reached last month on South-South cooperation, the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization announced today. The two countries and the FAO signed the Memorandum of Understanding in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on 14 March. The South-South Cooperation (SSC) Tripartite Agreement between Mongolia,...
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