Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS Sep 9, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Sep 14, 2018
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According to ADB website, the Community Vegetable Farming for Livelihood Improvement project is a pilot initiative aiming to improve the livelihood of smallholders involved in vegetable production in selected soums of four of Mongolia's aimags: Bornuur in Tuv, Orkhon in Darkhan-Uul, Ulaangom in Uvs, and Yeruu in Selenge. This is to be achieved by introducing a community farming model, applying improved climate-resilient farming practices, strengthening farm-to-market linkages, and integrating farming groups into inclusive agriculture value chains. Project beneficiaries will be vegetable growers, seed producers, and household-based food processers across the four sites.
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