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Vocational Skills Development

vocational-skills

01.05.2013 - 29.02.2016

Vocational Skills Development (VSD) is a project which SDC is co-financing with GIZ from December 2013 to March 2016 (Phase 1). The project will pilot short-term skills development training and vocational career guidance aimed at women and men who are not eligible to enrol in the formal TVET sector. Interventions in six Western aimags, Ulaanbaatar, Darkhan and Choir will enhance the employability of around 5,000 rural and urban men and women who lack marketable skills required to be productively engaged in the economy.


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Youth Development Programme

01.04.2013 - 30.06.2018

The Youth Development Programme (YDP) will assist Mongolia in building the resilience of young men and women and reducing their vulnerability in the face of rapid social and economic change. It will focus on youth in mining areas, and vulnerable young men and women in urban areas and the Western aimags. The Programme will enhance the life-skills of 244,000 young men and women, equipping them with skills for a responsible and resilient life.


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Culture and Small Action Project

01.01.2013 - 31.12.2016

SDC's Small Action Projects are a flexible and efficient tool to respond to local needs that couldn’t be directly addressed by the main programmes within the Swiss Cooperation Strategy (CS), while Culture Projects support local cultural initiatives and Swiss-Mongolian exchanges.


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Capacity Strengthening of Local Self-Governing Bodies

01.01.2013 - 31.12.2016

The outcome of the project is to build capacities of local parliaments (hurals) to fulfil their representational and oversight mandates in order to promote effective, inclusive and accountable local service delivery. The capacity building will prepare around 7,000 local hural members to address key challenges of decentralization reform: i) to plan and budget local priorities in a participatory manner; ii) to improve local accountability and management of resources; and iii) to increase access and improve the quality of public services.


Third Sustainable Livelihoods Project (SLP3)

01.09.2012 - 30.06.2020

The Third Sustainable Livelihoods Project (SLP3) aims to foster improved rural local governance and effective service provision by building capacity and institutionalizing community participation in the planning and delivery of priority investments. It will do so by supporting the implementation of the new Integrated Budget Law (IBL), which is the centrepiece of the government’s decentralization reform process. SLP3 will provide essential training, development and performance grants to all 330 soums and benefit 40% of Mongolia’s population.


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GER WASH Project – Sustainable Water, Sanitation and Hygiene services in a Ger area of Ulaanbaatar

01.07.2012 - 30.03.2015

More than 25% of Mongolia’s population lives in the ger districts of Ulaanbaatar, where access to drinking water is limited and the overall hygienic conditions are bad. The GER WASH Project of Action Contre la Faim will improve access to safe water, sanitation and the knowledge on proper hygiene practices for the population of the Songino Khairkhan district, by strengthening the local authorities, CBOs, as well as the public and private institutions at all levels, and working together with all of them on innovative solutions.


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SME Development Project Contributes to professional SME in Mongolia

sme-project

01.02.2012 - 31.01.2017

To assist SME development in Mongolia, the Business Professional Network (BPN), a Swiss initiative, specifically targets niche markets with the aim of contributing to a more professional, competitive, productive, diversified and service-oriented SME sector in Mongolia.


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Mongolian Potato Programme revitalised Mongolia's potato sector

01.01.2012 - 31.03.2016

Potatoes are the second-most important food crop in Mongolia, following wheat. However, despite the importance of potatoes, production in post-communist Mongolia had dropped threefold by 1996. Within a decade, though, the sector rebounded and by 2008 reached the 1990 level in regards to vegetable seeds no significant improvement has taken place since 1990.


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Animal Health Project contributes to Mongolia's livestock health

Ein mongolischer Hirte zu Pferd führt seine Schafherde durch eine verschneite Ebene.

01.01.2012 - 31.12.2016

Livestock husbandry generates 80 percent of total income of the agriculture sector proving livelihood security to one-fourth of the total population in Mongolia. Major problems of the livestock subsector include low animal productivity (quantitative) as well as low quality of animal products, inadequate animal health services, degraded pastureland, unsustainable stocking rate, limited access to markets and underdeveloped value chains resulting in low overall competitiveness. Animal Health Project (AHP) will focus on the macro level on issues of policy review, animal as well as public health, and capacity building.


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