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2012

Enhancing the Resilience of Pastoral Ecosystems and Livelihoods of Nomadic Herders

Regional

Titre : Enhancing the Resilience of Pastoral Ecosystems and Livelihoods of Nomadic Herders

Pays : Regional

GEF Project ID : 4764

Approuvé le : 2012-06-07

Organisme d’exécution : GRID-Arendal (Norway) - Ministry of Nature, Environment and Tourism of Mongolia - International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry St Other Executing partners : - Taiga Nature Society (Mongolia) - All-Russian Institute of Nature Conservation (Russia) - Saint Petersburg State University (Russia) - Institute for Indigenous Peoples of the North of the Herzen State University (Russia) - Taiga Nature Society (Mongolia) - Association of World Reindeer Herders - International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry (Norway) - UArctic EALAT Institute for Circumpolar Reindeer Husbandry (Saint-Petersburg office, Russia) - UArctic EALAT Institute for Circumpolar Reindeer Husbandry (Norway) - IUCN/WISP

GEF Agency : UNEP

Description
Reduce pasture degradation, sustain resilience of habitats and livelihoods of nomadic herder communities, and conserve and enhance the globally important biological diversity and traditional cultural values of rangelands in Russia and Mongolia The project will directly benefit the nomadic herders and improve ecosystem management through its capacity building and awareness raising activities. Information products and training materials will be developed on the basis of an ad-hoc training needs assessments and communications strategy and adapted to each selected target audience (including e.g. nomadic herders, local authorities, industrial companies operating in the project region, and the global community)

Informations financières
GEF Grant : 4,818,180 USD
Cofinancing Total : 15,080,000 USD
Project Cost : 19,898,200 USD

GEF (Global Environment Facility)

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