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Sustainable Agriculture and Economic Learning (SAEL) Project 2011

Posted by Matthew Lynch over 8 years ago

...some background information about SAEL, as described by ADRA-Mongolia, the NGO facilitating the project:

...some background information about SAEL, as described by ADRA-Mongolia, the NGO facilitating the project:

 

This project proposes an integrated approach to establish food security in one of the poorest and most remote urban capitals in the country, Bayan Ulgii Province. Mongolia has an extreme continental climate, with temperatures ranging across the country from minus 45C in winter to plus 45C in summer. The summer growing period is very short (90 to 120 days for unprotected crops).

Traditionally Mongolians have relied on livestock-based agriculture. During the transition from collective socialism to a market economy in the 1990s the agriculture and food industry virtually collapsed. This challenge was exacerbated by three consecutive winter disasters (dzuds) in 1999, 2000 and 2001, when 7.6 million animals (one third of the national herd) died.
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