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2021

SRBM - Strengthening Representative Bodies in Mongolia

Mongolie

Direction du Développement de la Coopération (Suisse)

Titre : SRBM - Strengthening Representative Bodies in Mongolia

Pays/Région : Mongolie

Durée : 01.08.2021 // 31.12.2023

Résumé
On request of the authorities, the project ensures the implementation and oversight over new local governance laws to ensure public service delivery and sustainable rangeland management. Based on SDC supported achievements on democratic governance in Mongolia, increased technical cooperation between the Swiss and the Mongolian Parliamentary Services is at the core of the project. Gender equality and pro-poor approaches are mainstreamed.

Projet en bref
* Contexte : End of 2019, Mongolia made amendments to its Constitution. The roles of the Parliaments at all levels increased, secured by the revision of related laws. The national Parliament committed to mainstream gender in all its decisions and processes. The adoption of new laws marks a progress toward decentralization, with the ability for the first time to raise taxes at local level. The delegated functions are formalized, local revenue and expenditure increased. Among the new ability to raise taxes at local level, the Animal Tax Law was adopted in 12.2020. This law is key, both under a decentralisation and a climate change perspectives : overgrazing, absence of a regulatory framework, underrepresentation of herders at decision making levels, are aggravating rangeland degradation while rangelands represent the natural resource base for the 2nd pillar of the economy. As the decision-makers at local level, municipal councils with herders’ participation play an important role to set tax rates for animals, formulate and monitor rangeland policies. It is strategic that bodies at local and national levels have capacities to ensure implementation and oversight of these key steps of decentralization.
* Objectifs  : Representative bodies in Mongolia are more responsive and accountable to citizens, ensuring youth participation and realising the rights of the poor and marginalised.
* Groupes cibles  : - The Mongolian Parliament Secretariat (MPS) - Parliamentary standing committees - Parliamentary Research Institute - The Cabinet Secretariat of Government of Mongolia - Sub-national local assemblies (khurals) in Ulaanbaatar city, at municipal and provincial levels - Sub-national governments - The Office of President of Mongolia - National Federation of Pasture User Groups (NFPUG) ; Pasture User Groups (PUGs) at local levels - Citizens (male and female) - Local Governance NGOs

Budget de la Suisse  : CHF 2’250’000

Présentation : Coopération Suisse

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