MNT 300,000 for every herder family with total loss of livestock

Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the National Emergency Commission M.Enkhbold has revealed how the MNT 3.4 billion (approximately USD2.5 million) given by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for dzud relief will be used. Altogether MNT 2,252,800,000 will be allocated to 8,576 rural families of Arkhangai, Bayan-Ulgii, Bayan-Khongor, Gobi-Altai, Dornod, Dundgobi, Zavkhan, Uvurkhangai, Tuv, Uvs, Khovd and Khuvsgul who have lost all their livestock, or around MNT300,000 to every family.

The rest will be spent on providing automobiles and equipment to dzud-ridden aimags to improve health and social welfare services and strengthen local capacity in emergencies. MNT366 million will be used to buy 20 Russian-made UAZ-31512 cars, MNT 185 million to buy 10 vans for Emergency departments of the 10 aimags, MNT96.2 million to equip these cars with radio communication devices, and MNT240 million will be to buy six vehicles to be used for sanitation and removal of animal carcasses.



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