||Financial Management and Policy Training
||1. This project was initiated by the city mayor and supported by the Asian Foundation with the goal of facilitating a financial management and policy training involving the executive administration’s financial professionals and advisors and 35 officials in order to improve city budgeting and supervisor evaluations.
||Banking and finance
||Public Assumptions on Inflation Survey
||The goal was to assess public expectations about inflation, the world economic recession and its negative influence on Mongolia’s economy.
||“Elaboration of Business Plan and Marketing Strategies for Sheep Wool Building Insulation Producing SMEs”
||People in Need NGO (Clovek v Tisni) from the Czech Republic
||People in Need initiated a program named, “Integrated Approach for Supply Chain Development Turning Sheep Wool into Environmentally Friendly Building Material” in 2013 under the European Union’s SWITCH-Asia program. PIN-SWITCH’s long-term program framework focused on “developing sufficient know-how among SMEs, including cooperatives and community level entrepreneurs, to produce and market SWBI” as well as raising awareness and technical know-how among pastoralists, architects, construction companies, policy makers and home owners.
The goals of the training were defined as such: “to develop business plans and marketing strategies for producing SWBI with selected SMEs through intensive training and systematic coaching.”
The following deliverables were divided into two phases:
Phase I (July 14th – August 3rd)
● Develop training agenda and training content
● Train 20 SMEs on the elaboration of business plans and oversee the creation of 1st draft business plans
Phase II (August 4th- August 13th)
● Participate in the selection of SMEs for further cooperation according to set criteria in close cooperation with the PIN-SWITCH team.
● Provide individualized coaching for chosen SMEs to elaborate and refine their SWBI business plans and marketing strategies based on identified needs and market surveys;
● Approve elaborated business proposals as suitable for approaching financial institutions.
||Training for Business Opportunity: Green Building in Practice
||Caritas Czech Republic
||Orkhon, Darkhan-Uul, Dornod, Umnugovi, Ulaanbaatar
||The training goal is to present the findings of market survey on fly ash based building materials to stakeholders in building sector
||Methodology for collecting survey data
|| JTI Kazakhstan LLC In Mongolian Representative
||Training on data collection methodology was held from September 1 to April 04, 2012 by MIRIM Consultant LLC, researcher and trainer N. Yanjinpagma and training for 4 researchers from JTI.
||Business Management Capacity Building Training Program For Forest User Groups and Cooperatives/Enterprises Tunkhel village
||The following general topics were defined for the trainings, but the trainings also included other topics:
● Team management/ Management skill
● Cooperative management
● Business plan development/ Value chain /Production planning
● Cooperative accounting/finance
The training modules consist of the following steps:
• Lectureing and seminars
• Exercise sessions
• Face to face mentoring
• Group discussion
||Research Methodology Training
||Mobicom corporation LLC
||The purpose of the training is to acquire basic research methodology skills that is the main pillar, as well as the ability to conduct comprehensive analysis and summarize and interpret the results. Therefore, with the help of modern research methods and techniques, we aim to acquire research basic skills through the training.
||Consultancy service on organizing Policy implementation transparency and monitoring and evaluation trainings
||GIZ Integrated Mineral Resources Initiative program
||Erdenet, Selenge, Dundgovi, Bayankhongor provinces
||To organize 10-day trainings in Orkhon, Selenge, Dundgovi and Bayankhongor provinces on relevant topics for the province Governor's Office, Public Representative Khural and representatives of relevant organizations within the “Sustainable Development Partnership” councils