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2013

Turning Sheep Wool into Environmentally Friendly Building Material – Integrated Approach for Supply Chain Development (Mongolia)

Mongolie

Titre : Turning Sheep Wool into Environmentally Friendly Building Material – Integrated Approach for Supply Chain Development (Mongolia)

Pays : Mongolia

Durée : 1 January 2013 - 31 May 2016

Contexte
Mongolia had some 45.1 million livestock including 20 million sheep at the time the project was launched in 2013. The country used to see as much as 51% of its raw sheep’s wool flowing into China without a single tugrik value added to it. Revival of the domestic agro-processing industry, specifically the primary processing sector, and the diversification of final products from locally available raw materials, were the reason to ban the exports of unprocessed agricultural raw materials

Objectifs
The overall objective of the project is to promote sustainable production and sustainable consumption patterns and behaviour within the construction industry in Mongolia by mobilising the private sector - pastoralists, producer SMEs and construction sector SMEs - along with relevant public sector authorities and to stimulate the final consumer demand for local, sustainable, energy-efficient products and practices.
The specific objective is to develop a sustainable supply chain of sheep’s wool building insulation (SWBI) as a green, environmentally-friendly innovative product improving resource efficiency, contributing to poverty reduction, economic development and reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.

Organisme d’exécution : CLOVEK V TISNI OPS

Contribution Union Européenne (EUR) : 713 129.00
Coût Total (EUR) : 891 412.00

Union Européenne

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