Nomadic Nature Conservation is a Mongolian non-profit organization established in March, 2010. It follows on the successful launch, in 2007, of The Nomadic Nature Trunk program in the three eastern-most provinces Dornod, Khentii and Sukhbaatar, funded by Wildlife Conservation Society in partnership with Conservation Ink and Denver Zoo. This program is aimed to bring much-needed ecological education to Mongolia’s rural schools and communities. The trunk contents include a full curriculum with 25 lessons designed on the participatory approach, along with all needed lesson materials and enrichment supplies. After the successful implementation of the first trunk program, NNC was established to expand the service to all schools and communities across Mongolia. In addition to implementing the trunk program, NNC also works in several different areas including:
- To support the natural science teachers through providing a new teaching methodology with participatory approach and lesson materials in rural Mongolia
- To encourage conservation activities of communities and children’s club in different eco-regions of Mongolia
- To support and empower local community institution in conservation and poverty alleviation
- To increase public awareness of and participation in conservation activities
- To develop community based wildlife monitoring and mechanisms to link its data to a central government database
- To conduct research and studies on biodiversity, ecological, pasture, natural resources management and socio-economic
And we are happy to cooperate with other organizations.