Ms. Sarangoo Radnaaragchaa
Ms. Radnaaragchaa joined UNECE in 2014. She has extensive experience dedicated to improving conditions for environmental and sustainable natural resource management in the private, public and international organizations. Following undergraduate studies at the University of Humanity Studies in Moscow, she joined the Mongolian Ministry of Nature and Environment. She began her international career following Postgraduate studies in Environmental Management at the Flinders University (Australia). She has worked with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and the German International Cooperation (GIZ). Find out more here.
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Technical Cooperation Activities in Environment
UNECE technical assistance in the area of environment is focused on facilitating subregional and cross-sectoral environmental cooperation. All activities aim to improve the capacity of countries with economies in transition to implement the UNECE environmental conventions. Another important objective is to enhance synergies between the five UNECE environmental conventions.
Technical cooperation activities in this field are linked to UNECE's normative work, limited to those particular areas where UNECE has recognized expertise, and aim at ensuring effective and efficient responses to the needs of UNECE member States. The work is focused mainly on the countries with economies in transition of Southeast and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia. Most of the activities are developed and implemented in cooperation with other international or regional organizations.
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