The regular Steering Committee meeting for STeP EcoLab project was held
The Steering Committee of the STeP EcoLab project aims to reach a consensus on how members can work together to ensure the results of the project, and includes representatives from relevant ministries and the private sector in addition to the project partners. The participants noted the importance of the project in introducing the nature of sustainable production, and stressed the need for regular step-by-step training for on-site implementers to build a good foundation.
In his opening remarks, Guillaume Touati, AVSF Mongolia Country Representative, thanked the stakeholders for their support and contribution to the sustainable production of wool and cashmere: “We strive to ensure that project activities continue to be tailored to the circumstances. There is a lot of work to be done in the future, so it is important to be active and involved.” STeP EcoLab Project Manager U. Sarangoo gave an overview of the work and major surveys: “The results and recommendations of the project researches are important basics of our fieldwork. Therefore, our work has the advantage of producing real results.”
The Steering Committee meeting was attended by officials from the Ministry of Nature, Environment and Tourism, the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry, representatives of the EU Delegation, the Mongolian Wool and Cashmere Association, the Mongolian Sustainable Finance Association, the Mongolian National Federation of Pasture User Group, the Mongolian University of Science and Technology and the private sector.