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WWF-Mongolia was established
in 1992 by the invitation of the
Government of Mongolia and
later officially registered as branch of WWF International.
WWF-Mongolia, one of the most experienced conservation
organizations in Mongolia, focuses its efforts on critical
conservation issues in two of the world’s outstanding places for
biodiversity conservation, the Altai-Sayan Ecoregion – “Land
of the Snow Leopard” in Western Mongolia and Amur-Heilong
Ecoregion Complex – “The Beauty of Peaceful Black Dragon” in
Eastern Mongolia.
Over the past 25 years, the organization implemented the fourth
5 year conservation strategic programmes and has grown
substantially both in terms of size and conservation
achievements: from a modest two person office into the largest
conservation organization staffed with 30 highly experienced
staff members located in head office in Ulaanbaatar and two
branch offices; one in the city of Khovd of Khovd Aimag and a
second one in Dadal Soum of Khentii Aimag.