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    WOLTS Champions Training in Tanzania
    21 July 2020
    Africa
    Eastern Africa
    Tanzania
    Asia
    Central Asia
    Mongolia
    Global

    ‘WOLTS Team Perspectives’ is a new series of blogs launched in February 2020 by the global WOLTS team. In this series, field team members share their views about the impacts of the project’s action-research on gender, land and mining among pastoralist communities in Tanzania and Mongolia.

    9 April 2019
    Eastern Asia
    Mongolia

    What makes a daring woman? Lack of fear, commitment and vision for a great cause.

    And why do we need more daring women? From gaps in paychecks, to domestic violence, to underrepresentation in political sphere, women face plenty of challenges and the time to act is now.

    Tsenkher Soum, Mongolia, WOLTS Project
    28 February 2019
    Asia
    Central Asia
    Mongolia

    The latest report from Mokoro's WOLTS project team is the product of rigorous field research in a third Mongolian community, in collaboration with the Mongolian NGO, People Centered Conservation (PCC). The report addresses critical issues at the intersection of gender, land, mining and pastoralism in Tsenkher soum, in Arkhangai aimag in central-western Mongolia.

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    JASIL’s Program Aim is to support  for community based  pro-poor policies and facilitate the empowerment of communities  and its Associations.

    MCC's compact with Mongolia invested in strengthening property rights, reducing non-communicable diseases and injuries, bolstering vocational education, reducing air pollution, and constructing an all-weather road to link markets.

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    To become an organization that shaped Mongolia in a positive way.

    Mission

    PCC is a Mongolian NGO established in 2006, which aims to promote the protection of natural resources through support to the activities of local residents and civil society, with a strong commitment to addressing issues for gender equality and vulnerable groups.

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