Outcomes

Outcomes

Economic outcome

Economic Sustainability is achieved when herders participating in the program receive a higher net yearly income, through increased diversity of income, lower costs, and fibre value when compared to the current business as usual scenario.

Economic outcome
Environmental outcome

Environmental outcome

Environmental Sustainability is achieved when herding pressure on rangeland, as expressed through measures of quality, have been removed and or reduced to a point that allows for a reversal in the current trend in rangeland degradation. In addition, pressures on wildlife populations have been reduced to a point where grazing of domestic stock does not present an extinction threat.

Social outcome

Social Sustainability is achieved when the herders’ position in the supply chain is strengthen when compared to business as usual and as a consequence, they are able to better maintain a herding lifestyle that is rich and fulfilling and not seen as a negative lifestyle choice by Mongolians.

Social outcome