НҮБ-ын Хөгжлийн Хөтөлбөрийн дэмжлэгтэйгээр хэрэгжих энэхүү төслийн үр ашиг эмзэг экосистем, байгалийн нөөцөөс хамаарал бүхий амьдардаг, уур амьсгалын өөрчлөлтийн сөрөг нөлөөг хамгийн ихээр амсч буй эрсдэлт бүлгийн 800,000 иргэнд хүрэх юм.
Songdo, 11 November 2020 – At the 27th meeting of its Board, the Green Climate Fund (GCF) yesterday approved a new US$23.1million grant towards strengthening the climate resilience of herder communities in Mongolia. Approximately 26,000 households (130,000 people), living across four of the country’s most remote and vulnerable Western and Eastern aimags (provinces) are set to benefit, with a further 160,000 households (800,000 people) to benefit indirectly – around one quarter of Mongolia’s national population.
Using a systems thinking approach was not new to the country or the UNDP Country Office. At the national level for example, efforts were being made to address complex challenges such as traffic congestion and air pollution in the city. At the provincial levels, efforts were being made to explore SMART city approaches using system thinking. The Country Office has also just rolled out the Sustainable Cashmere Platform- an exciting initiative to position Mongolia as a global leader in sustainable cashmere by bringing herder groups, government and the private sector together to work for solutions.

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77%

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29%

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