FAO in Mongolia

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09 July 2019
Livestock in Mongolia is rightly considered to be part of the nation's wealth and is subject to state protection under the country's constitution. As of 2018, the number of livestock reached a record of over 66 million heads and yet is considered largely unsustainable given current challenges related to pastureland...
04 July 2019
The Project on “Strengthening capacity in the Agricultural, forest and land-use (AFOLU) sectors for enhanced transparency in implementation and monitoring of Mongolia’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC)” was officially marked its’ launch on July 3rd, 2019 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.  The Project is being implemented by UNFAO and Ministry of Environment and...
01 July 2019
...Our mission is to make the food systems more nutrition sensitive and promote good eating habits. We plan to promote greenhouses, and the cultivation of fruits and vegetables. In addition, we plan to introduce new technologies, particularly information and communication technologies, to make agriculture sector more productive, efficient and environmentally...
23 June 2019
Rome Qu Dongyu of China was elected Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) today. Qu Dongyu received a total of 108 votes out of 191 cast, constituting a majority in the first round. The election took place during the 41st session of the FAO Conference(22-29 June 2019), the...
13 June 2019
Gladly would the author like to provide ‘all about’ it but confident data on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) is unfortunately rather lacking in Mongolia. The country is not alone however with this challenge.  In recent decades, the world has been confronted with the accelerated emergence of AMR due to the overuse...