NEMA was organized introductory meeting to present its outcomes and recommendations in the field of disaster risk reduction within the framework of ADAPT project “Improving the ability to adapt to climate change and risk management of rural people in Mongolia” jointly project implemented by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MOET), and the United Nations Development Programme funded by the Green Climate Fund (GCF).
In this meeting attended by relevant specialists of NEMA, researchers of disaster research center of university of internal affairs, International consultant of the project team, leader and members of the national team.
The project will be implemented in Dornod, Sukhbaatar, Zavkhan, and Hovd provinces. Planned to be implemented until 2028. As a result, faced with the climate information integrated into land and water use planning at the national and sub-national levels, climate-resilient water and soil management practices scaled-up for enhanced small scale herder resource management and herder capacity to access markets built for sustainably sourced, climate-resilient livestock products.