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Strengthening of Representative Bodies in Mongolia (SRB)

Bagh leaders meeting

15.12.2016 - 31.12.2020

The project aims to make Mongolia’s sub-national local assemblies (khurals)[1] more responsive and accountable to citizens, ensuring youth participation and realising the rights of the poor and marginalised. A comprehensive capacity-development strategy will be implemented that addresses the legal and institutional environment, the organisational capacity of local councils and the competencies of locally elected politicians. Gender equality and pro-poor approaches are mainstreamed in the project’s design and in its results framework.


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Global Credit for Outlook 2020 and Culture

01.07.2016 - 31.12.2018

The Swiss Cooperation Office (SCO) in Mongolia aims to utilise a flexible and efficient tool to pilot new areas, forms and modalities of cooperation for the strategic strengthening of the programme in view of the development of the new Country strategy and post- 2020 cooperation. Culture projects will support local initiatives that strengthen cultural and artistic diversity.


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Vocational Skills Development (VSD II)

01.03.2016 - 28.02.2019

The second phase of the project focuses on consolidating the results achieved thus far in the development of the short-term skills development and career guidance services. Moreover it will upgrade the schools’ capacities in provision of long-term vocational trainings in the selected most demanded occupations. Interventions in six Western aimags, Ulaanbaatar, Darkhan, South-Gobi and Choir will enhance the employability of around 180’000 young and adult women and men.  


Inclusive and sustainable vegetable production and marketing (VEGI)

01.03.2016 - 31.12.2019

Built on the successful SDC support of the potato sector, the VEGI project intends to contribute to poverty alleviation through a growing vegetable sector in Mongolia. Supports for increased and diversified production, storage, processing, marketing, consumption and a conducive legal framework will contribute to improved livelihood of rural households and to a more diversified economy. In order to foster its poverty focus, the VEGI project promotes vegetable gardening and consumption by poor households in peri-urban areas as well.


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Vocational Education and Training Phase II (VET II)

Mongolia-VETschool-vegetableprocessing

01.01.2016 - 31.12.2018

VET II aims to contribute to equitable and sustainable social and economic development in Mongolia through the promotion of youth employment. The project will be integrated into public systems to improve youth employment policies and their implementation, benefiting all young men and women. A pro-poor and gender equality focus is mainstreamed in the project’s design and its results framework.


Mainstreaming Social Accountability in Mongolia (MASAM)

social-accountability

01.05.2015 - 30.04.2020

The project aims to mainstream social accountability for more transparent, accountable and effective public resource management at national and local levels by (1) increasing the capacity of CSOs to hold government to account; and (2) strengthening the institutionalization of social accountability by improving the effectiveness, formalization and sustainability of disclosure and participation mechanisms. Through social accountability, citizens in poor localities will have increased access to public decision-making processes and quality services.


Governance and Decentralisation Programme Phase II (GDP II)

01.04.2015 - 31.12.2019

Governance and Decentralisation Programme Phase II (GDP II) aims to support Mongolia’s decentralisation reform process by fostering local governments which are empowered, democratic, and accountable to citizens, and which provide sustainable services responding to citizens’ needs. GDP II is working in close collaboration with Mongolian counterpart organizations to strengthen national ownership. The programme is expected to have a nationwide impact, benefitting all local governments as well as citizens (men and women) of Mongolia. A pro-poor and gender equality focus is explicitly mainstreamed in the programme’s design and its results framework.


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Scholarships Programme in Mongolia

20.10.2014 - 31.05.2018

Access to a higher education is a key element in the poverty reduction strategy of the Mongolian Government. Well-educated people can work in the secondary and tertiary sectors, the later already contributing about 50% to the GDP of Mongolia. Yet because many herders live at a subsistence or even lower level, higher education is not affordable without a reduction in animal numbers below the minimum level for an absolute minimal living standard.

 


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Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

01.12.2013 - 31.12.2018

Education for sustainable development (ESD) project is SDC and Government of Mongolia co-funded project that aims to mainstream ESD principles in Mongolia and to support creating legal and institutional framework that is conducive for sustainable development.

“Education for sustainable development” project will closely collaborate with 628 schools, government organizations, private sector and civil society organizations for promoting and mainstreaming sustainable development which defined as “Development that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generation to meet their own needs”.


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Public Investment in Energy Efficiency (PIE)

energy-efficiency

01.08.2013 - 31.12.2017

Public Investment in Energy Efficiency (PIE) is a SDC and GIZ co-financed pilot project running from January 2014 to December 2016 (Phase-1). PIE will demonstrate how newly decentralized public funds can be utilized for much-needed investments in energy efficiency of public buildings in two remote western provinces of Mongolia. The project will empower the local population to actively participate in planning and budgeting of priority investments, which will result in improved well being and living standards for rural citizens.


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Engaging Stakeholders in Environmental Conservation Phase II (ESEC II)

environmental-conservation

01.08.2013 - 31.12.2016

Artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) is a poverty-driven phenomena that contributes importantly to rural job creation, income generation and poverty reduction. However, ASM’s contribution to sustainable local development is limited by its past and current practices leading to significant environmental degradation. ESEC II therefore aims to enhance ASM’s contribution to local development by making it an environmentally responsible activity, thereby benefitting 230,000 rural citizens with a healthier and improved environment.

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