MONGOLIAN NATIONAL RANGELAND FORUM II

2018.10.31-11.01

“TOWARDS RESPONSIBLE RANGELAND MANAGEMENT”

The new edition of Mongolian national rangeland health report will be presented at the Forum summarising the results of nationwide rangeland health monitoring between 2014-2017. The Forum aims provide a platform for discourse and exchange of views and experiences among stakeholders on sustainable rangeland and livestock management in Mongolia, and to facilitate reaching an agreement for necessary measures and policy implications.

 

 

AGENDA

Day 1.

08:30-09.00 Registration

09:00-09:50 Opening remarks

  • S.Batzorig, Member of Parliament, Minister of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry
  • G.Temuulen, Member of Parliament, and Member of the Standing Committee for Environment and Rural Development of the Parliament
  • Gabriella Spirli, SDC Country Director, Consul General of Switzerland

Group photo session

09:50-11:10 Key note presentations “TOWARDS RESPONSIBLE RANGELAND MANAGEMENT”

  • “Current state of Mongolian rangeland health”
  • “ Implementation of the resilience-based responsible rangeland management- Achievements, lessons learnt”
  • “Grazing impact monitoring system, as a tool for responsible and sustainable livestock management”
  • “Aspirations and strategies for sustainability of global rangelands”
  •  “Responsible Nomads” standards for improved marketing of livestock products from Sustainable, Ethical, High Quality

11:10-11:30 QA

11:00-11:30 TEA BREAK

11:30-13:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS :

  • A: “Potentials to improve hay and fodder production in Mongolia: Best practices and Lessons learned”
  • B: “Local initiatives for responsible rangeland management through improved grazing pland and de-stocking: Best practices and Lessons Learned”
  • C: “Grazing impact monitoring system- verification and certification of Responsible Nomads standard”

13:00-14:00 LUNCH

14:00-15:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS:

  • A: “Needs for effective extension system in rangeland and herd management”
  • B: “How to improve the value and reputation of Mongolian livestock products on international market?”

15:30-15:50 TEA BREAK

15:50-16:50 “Reading the Land” competition among young scientists and students

16:50-17:30 POSTER SESSION “SHIFTS AND CHANGES IN RANGELAND ECOLOGY”

17:30-18:30 Award ceremony for LEADERS of the resilience based, responsible rangeland management

11:00-18:00 EXHIBITION STAND: Service & Partnership for sustainable Rangeland management-TRADE-SHOW

18:30-19:00 FINAL CLOSING SESSION

 

Day 2:

09:00-16:00 PARALLEL SEMINARS/ WORKSHOPS ON “STRENGTHENING OF THE RESILIENCE BASED, RESPOPNSIBLE RANGELAND MANAGEMENT IN MONGOLIA” for following stakeholders:

  • Agricultural professionals, extension officers
  • Land manager and land management officials
  • Meteorology engineers
  • Representatives from local government
  • Executive directors of aimag federations of PUGs

 

 

Published: 2018-09-28 03:48:22

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