Mongolia has been suffering from what the local population refers to as a dzud – a very hot and dry summer followed by an exceptionally severe winter.

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Mongolia is a territory of 1,566,500 square kilometres in size. It has been suffering from what the local population refers to as a dzud – a very hot and dry summer followed by an exceptionally severe winter. This phenomenon can be devastating for livestock, the only source of revenue for the Mongolian people. We have been supporting an agricultural development project in the Gobi Altai region with the help of the European Union since 2014.

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