The Government of Mongolia will grant monetary incentives to members of herder cooperatives and citizens with livestock when they supply wool of sheep and camel to national factories.
This action has brought many positive results, including growth of herders’ income, production capacity of factories, jobs and number of herders to turn in wool of sheep and camel and so on. Moreover, a large number of wool and other raw material processing factories that have been newly built have increased their production of value-added wool products.
The importance of developing joint strategies for the global market while pointing out that Mongolia and China are big suppliers that account for around 90 percent of the global cashmere production.
‘Sustainable development of cashmere industry on the world market – Pursuing mutually beneficial cooperation’, ‘Supply chain and sustainability’, ‘Reform of Mongolia’s cashmere industry and opportunities for cooperation’, and ‘Export—import analysis of cashmere products’, as well as the issues regarding environmentally friendly cashmere production and the current state and further development of bilateral cashmere cooperation.
(Source: Mongol messenger)
The current situation of the delivery of offspring in Mongolia
Currently, of the total dam livestock, 15.9 million or 53.7 percent delivered, with 15.6 million newborn offspring being cared.
All over the world cities are grappling with apocalyptic air pollution but the capital of Mongolia is suffering from some of the worst in the world. And the problem is intrinsically linked to climate change. The country has already warmed by 2.2 degrees, forcing thousands of people to abandon the countryside and the traditional herding lifestyle every year for the smog-choked city where 90% of children are breathing toxic air every day. Population Reporter Stephanie Hegarty finds out why. Video Journalist: Paul Ivan Harris
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