According to the Bank's website, this project finances sustainable forest management throughout Mongolia. This project will address the following areas: (i) forest land use and management; (ii) forest protection and land rehabilitation; (iii) forest resource and product utilisation; (iv) socio-economic contributuions from forestry; (v) adequate institutional arrangements; (vi) human resource development focusing on forestry; and (vii) forestry research.
Project preparation will be supported through a transaction technical assistance (TA). The TA is estimated to cost $800,000 which will be financed on a grant basis by the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction.
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