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Nový příspěvek - obrázek

Nový příspěvek - obrázek

 In January 2011, at national level, 64.5 thousand adult animals had lost, which equals to 0.2 percent of total livestock at beginning of the year. Out of the losses of adult animals, 2.3 thousand heads were horses, 5.2 thousand heads were cows, 0.1 thousand heads were camels, 22.2 thousand heads were sheeps and 34.7 thousand heads were goats. Out of losses of adult animals, 53.8 percent were goats. Read more...

A consultative meeting for the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry and international donors have been held.
    At the meeting, officials of the Ministry have introduced to the representatives their works done last year and planned projects and programs to be realized this year. They have heard some proposals and criticism as well.
    For the time being, twenty non-refundable aid projects and two soft loan programs are being implemented in the sectors of food, agriculture and light industry. They are realized by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), World Bank (WB), UNDP, FAO, UNIDO, JICA, KOICA, USAID, and some organizations of 16 countries such as the USA, Vietnam, Laos, France, Italy, Bulgaria, Israel and Turkey. Implementation of seventy per cent of all projects is for animal husbandry sector.
    A head of the animal husbandry department of the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry P.Gankhuyag has told about the "Mongolian livestock" national program. He has said that veterinary service and breeding sections have been established in 329 soums of all aimags in frames of the national program which launched in June of 2010, under objectives to regulate and control the works and services of the sectors of food, agriculture and light industry and to provide them with professional advice and methodology. In addition to it, job places have been created in 329 soums. The program also aims to prevent lack of pasture lands and to introduce methods and experiences of pasture management. In a scope of the "Sustainable livelihood-2" project implemented by the WB, all soums had map of pasture utilization, its plans and data.
    Representatives of foreign donors have asked questions about how to connect their activities with the related sectors.

Source: Montsame


18.02.2011 01:57:08
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