Introduced a presentation “Mongolia’s disaster risk reduction policies and activities”


The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction and the Global Education and Training Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction organized a “Technical Workshop on Integrated Planning and Implementation of Disaster Risk Reduction and Adaptation to Climate Change” held in Incheon, South Korea, between August 22 and 25 August.

The technical workshop and consultation were attended by representatives of governmental and non-governmental organizations such as the National Emergency Management Agency, the Water and Climate Environmental Research Institute of Uvs Province, the Emergency Management Department of Gobi-Altai Province, Hovd University in Hovd Province, and “Eco Development” of Khuvsgul Province.

During the workshop, Colonel B. Bazarragchaa, head of the  Disaster Risk Management and Assessment Department of NEMA, introduced a presentation  “Mongolia’s disaster risk reduction policies and activities”, D. Dulamsuren, head of the Department of Water, Climate, Environmental Research and Information Institute, also introduced a presentation by title “Mongolia’s Climate “policies and measures on change and adaptation”.

The workshop was organized by the Institute of Global Education and Training, which aims to introduce methods for reducing disaster risk and assessing the capacity to adapt to climate change using the climate change assessment scorecard, increase understanding and capacity for assessment-based planning and implementation, strengthen coordination between organizations, and exchange experience. led by teachers, it was organized as part of practices such as exercises, discussions, and on-site visits.

S. Oyun, Director of External Relations of the World Climate Green Fund, and B. Ganbold, Director of the East and Northeast Asia Region of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, met with the training participants in Incheon, South Korea.

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