Regional Upgrades of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures for Trade Project


The project supports the improvement of Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures (SPS) in Mongolia in compliance with the World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement on the Application of SPS measures. The improvement in the SPS system is an essential prerequisite for Mongolia to increase agriculture and food trade and diversify its economy. The project addresses this issue through upgrading of laboratories and inspections facilities, strengthening inspection management systems, and aligning SPS controls and inspections with international standards

Expected Outcome

The project will increase agrifood trade along CAREC corridors and enhance economic diversification to make economic growth sustainable and more inclusive.

Expected Outputs

  • Laboratories and BCP inspection and quarantine facilities upgraded
  • SPS Information Management System established
  • SPS control and inspections aligned with international standards

Project Types



Funding AgencyAmount (USD millions)Notes
Asian Development Bank 15
Government of Mongolia 1.25
Total 16.25