Results & Impact Officer
Vandandorj Sumiya is an ecologist, with bachelor and master’s degree from the National University of Mongolia, and started his research career from the Institute of Meteorology, Hydrology and Environment, Mongolia. He continued his study at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia for his second master’s degree on the effects of grazing and climate change on ecosystem services in Australian drylands. After his return to Mongolia, he joined Wildlife Science and Conservation Center of Mongolia, where he coordinated a wetland research and conservation project in Khurkh and Khuiten River Valleys Nature Reserve in north-eastern Mongolia for about 5 years. Currently he is the Manager for the Monitoring, Evaluations and Learning (MEL) at Sustainable Fibre Alliance.