- Papua New Guinea
- Dominican Republic
- Sri Lanka
Dye Extractor Project
To develop a natural dye extractor capable of extracting and dyeing natural dyes simultaneously
Nooson Zangilaa Cooperation
Deep Winter Greenhouse Project
Mongolia is one of the coldest countries in the world, with temperatures dropping to -40¢ªC during winter nights. As fruits and vegetables are unable to grow in such extreme temperatures, there is a lack of such fresh produce until the summer.
To develop a Deep Winter Greenhouse for the cold climate of Mongolia.
The Deep Winter Greenhouse would allow small-scale farmers and gardeners to grow hardy crops that thrive with minimal light throughout the winter so as to sustain crop production year-round.
Made from polycarbonate and other insulation materials, the Deep Winter Greenhouse is especially suited for the cold climate of Mongolia due to its low-cost and renewable solar heating system.
After KIPO promoted the "Establishment of Deep Winter Greenhouse for the Cold Climate of Mongolia" project in 2018, farmers have been learning about smart irrigation technology while some companies entered business relationships with agricultural solutions firm Shinhan-a-Tec. Some kindergartens in the Bayanzurkh district have begun offering students healthier, vegetable-based dishes. The Erudite Institute NGO organized several workshops for the local community in the Nalaikh district, which resulted in many families planting their own vegetables in greenhouses. Moreover, crop-growing capacity increased by 65% (based on 10x10 size greenhouses) and users' income rose 30% after the project.
- Last updated 25 May 2023
- Trade and Cooperation Division