Construction work of infrastructure to establish new city starts after 40 years
Mongolia has not built a new city since 1980. After 40 years, the planning of a new city is in the process. As part of the infrastructure construction for the new residential area, the construction of water and electricity supply sources has started.
Youth development campaign kicks off
The UN General Assembly adopted the World Programme of Action for Youth in 1995 and declared the August 12 International Youth Day. The Programme encourages youth around the world to organize activities to raise awareness about the situation of youth in their country.
Project to support employment of people with disabilities being implemented
Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Protection S.Zulpkhar received Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Mongolia Kobayashi Hiroyuki and Head of the Japanese Ethic Committee Ito Naoki.
“Mongolians have the potential to participate in international AI projects”
In cooperation with the Mongolian Neuroscience Society and the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO), the Brain and Mind Research Institute of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences is organizing the ‘Multidisciplinary Brain Science 2022’ international academic conference in Ulaanbaatar on August 8-13.
Representatives of Singapore’s Central Provident Fund arrive in Mongolia
The representatives of the Central Provident Fund of the Republic of Singapore arrived in Mongolia to provide consulting services for the establishment of Mongolia’s Unified Accumulation Fund.
Mongolia’s Ambassador meets head of the Republic of Tuva
At the meeting, the parties exchanged views on some issues of cooperation between Mongolia and the Republic of Tuva.
UN Secretary-General pays tribute to Mongolia's commitment to being a nuclear-free zone and calls on countries to follow suit
Mr. Guterres highlighted that Mongolia is a valued UN partner, “a symbol of peace” and an increasingly important contributor to the work of the Organization.
Foreign Minister meets young scholars of Mongolian studies
This year’s summer school attracts 30 young scholars from 17 universities in 11 countries such as Russia, Mozambique, Taiwan, Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Turkey, China, Japan, Laos, and the United States.
U.S. Army Civil Affairs Team supports livestock health
A veterinarian from the Mongolian Institute for Veterinary Medicine led classes on good veterinary practices to maintain livestock health, identifying and treating common animal diseases, and Mongolian veterinary laws.
Grid energy storage to be put into operation before 2023 winter peak
13 measures and 22 development projects are planned to be implemented in phases as part of the implementation of the Energy Recovery, reflected in the New Recovery Policy. In this context, the construction work of the project ‘Grid energy storage’ is commencing today.
Health Minister meets UNFPA Head of Office in Mongolia
Both leaderships of UNFPA and the Ministry of Health expressed their full commitment to continuous partnership in the UNFPA’s next country programme in improving maternal and sexual and reproductive health in the country.
30 peer educators for persons with disabilities trained
The trainers from five target areas of the project received ‘Trainer Certificate’ and began their next work of peer counseling to prevent and respond to domestic violence against persons with disabilities through the Support Group.
Meeting held with representatives of Holt International
On August 2, Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Protection S.Zulpkhar received the representatives of Holt International.
Project to develop sustainable tourism being implemented in three aimags
Within the framework of the ‘Sustainable Tourism Development Project’ being implemented by ADB, a solid waste landfill facility is being built in Khanh and Khatgal soum of Khuvsgul province.
Cultural education and services to be provided equally to children with disabilities
During this 3-month program, numerous activities will be organized, including cognitive tours and nature training to become acquainted with Mongolian nomadic way of life, training for developing children with special needs through culture and arts and others
New World Bank Country Director for China, Mongolia and Korea
Based in Beijing, Ms. Warwick leads a team that is managing an evolving partnership with China, a growing program of support to Mongolia, and a deepening knowledge partnership with Korea focused on innovation and technology.
COVID-19 vaccine starts being administered to children aged 5-11
In Mongolia, the vaccine against COVID-19 has started being administered to children aged between 5 and 11 years old from today, August 1, on a voluntary basis.
A protocol for ‘Accelerating the progress towards the elimination of preventable maternal and perinatal mortality’ project signed
The Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has supported the Telemedicine for Maternal and Child Health Project in Mongolia for 12 years since 2007.
Crucial IT and medical furniture equipment handed over to National Center for Mental Health
The equipment will be distributed to psychological counselling units in nine District Health Centers in Ulaanbaatar.