The herders’ forum was established in Dornod aimag

– “Mongolian Society for the Protection of Livestock from Poisoning” was established in Dornod aimag-
Herders’ forum was held in Dornod aimag on April 1, 2009 to discuss “Legal and regulatory safeguard from livestock poaching”. This forum was organized by the Dornod Aimag Governor’s Office, “Zundui Dorj fund “,” Mongolian Society for the Protection of Livestock from Poisoning “jointly organized by the UNFPA.
At the event, over 160 herders from 14 soums of Dornod aimag participated in the event that the legal environment was weak due to increased crime of livestock poaching. Within the framework of this event, small and medium-sized entrepreneurs introduced the products to the herders, while the Aimag Veterinary Agency was organized and the wells companies provided wells and provided services to herders as well as health examinations.
“Mongolian Society to Protect the Livestock from Poisoning” has hosted the first 1,000 herd of the Mongolian herd, including representatives from 21 provinces and 327 soums last week at the State House. During this time, the founders of the Association said they would fight for theft of livestock throughout the country and will work to reflect on the state budget every year for expenses of vehicles and other necessary equipment. Also, livestock was e-registered, correctly identified the origin of herds and launched a website for herders, aiming to create a network of Mongolian herders. In this way, we organized our first branch council from Dornod aimag to fight against theft of livestock and solve the problem of livestock theft.
Readers will tell you what the relevant people are saying during the event.

M. Badamsuren: The goal is to eliminate livestock theft
We aim to intensify cooperation between these three subjects – Government, NGOs and the private sector – Government of Dornod aimag. In general, there is no problem in livestock theft. Because of migration to Mongolians, there are problems. We believe that there are opportunities to resolve this issue, and we are supporting and cooperating with the Mongolian Society for the Protection of the Mongolian Trade Union of Dornod.
Training of herder communities and groups in combating livestock thefts is important, and the most important is the system of persecution. Together with the Veterinary Organization, it is planned to introduce an international standard to determine the origin of its origin as well as to ensure that the animals are healthy. In addition, there is a need to invest in the local budget for the next year. It is important to know which herder’s town, the soum, the livestock, and the market. I think that all the marketable meat markets are being introduced by police or government-controlled network cameras, efficiently and cost-effective with the patrols, and so it will be possible to implement these activities that require technological advancement.
T.Ganzorig: Complaints and information regarding livestock theft crime
/ Head of Police Department of Dornod aimag / Colonel /
At the national level, livestock numbers have increased over the past three years while the number of herders and herders has declined. In the first 10 months of 2019, complaints and information on theft of livestock was 1637, reflecting an increase of 649 units or 65.7 percent from the same period of previous year. 1487 or 90.8 percent of complaints and information were in rural areas, and 150 or 9.2 percent were registered in the capital city.
216 or 14.6 percent of total crimes were in Khentii, 179 or 12.1 percent in Central, 141 or 9.5 percent in Arkhangai, 132 or 8.9 percent in Dornod and 113 or 7.6 percent in Sukhbaatar aimags. Damage to Dornod aimag has increased by 375.9 million MNT or 3 times compared to the previous year, and the detection of the crime for theft of cattle has decreased by 30.3% or 6.5% from the previous year.
The reasons and factors that affect the incidence of livestock robbery are due to the weakening of animal and meat price increases and control over the purchase of livestock and raw materials. It can also explain the living standard, unemployment, poverty, and easy-to-use thinking. Things that do not have the legal environment and the penalty for punishments / grouping, firearms and vehicles are no longer needed.
Our group found 13 groups that organized crime with organized crime as a “Joint Team” involving the detection of cases that were not concealed, and the control of the criminal and suspected persons. Thus, the joint team members are investigating the case and investigating the suspect.
The “Regulation on the regulation of livestock and meat procurement in the aimag” was carried out at the centralized point where livestock and meat products were sold at the central point where the buyers were guilty of buying and selling cattle and meat. it is possible to monitor the changers who may be operating. Two Community Police Officers are monitoring and registering livestock, meat, and meat sold at Choibalsan, 9 restaurants, 6 sausages, restaurants, cafes, restaurants, shops, schools, and kindergartens. In order to intensify preventive measures against theft and environmental offenses and other violations of the law, the “Five Treasures” program was approved by the aimag governor on 20th of September, 2019, which will be implemented within 60 days. working.
In general, citizens and public involvement in the crime prevention activities are weak, and citizens are not fully informed about the crime and do not report quickly, because the time is in the process of detecting the case, the responsibility to punish the offender, weaknesses, weaknesses, weaknesses, weaknesses, weaknesses, weaknesses, weaknesses, weaknesses, weaknesses and weaknesses of the organization The legal environment for orkhoigüi and control are affected when the absence of crime.
Ts.Batbold: I’m happy to be a member of the community
/ Champion herder of Bayandun soum /
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