Postage stamp released for 50th anniversary of Mongolia-Japan diplomatic relations
On May 19, the unveiling ceremony for the postage stamp issued for the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Japan took place at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Mongolian youth working at leading tech companies to share their experiences
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the NGOs, ‘Council of Mongolians Abroad’ and ‘Tsakhim Urtuu Kholboo’ will be co-hosting the 17th Forum for the Development of Mongolia on July 3.
Cabinet approves list of imported food products to be exempt from customs duty
At its regular meeting today on May 18, the Cabinet approved a list of imported sugar, vegetable oil, and rice to be exempt from customs duty in order to ensure the stability of the products’ prices.
Public transportation to be completely renovated in two stages
Mayor of Ulaanbaatar and Governor of the Capital City D.Sumiyabazar presented the renovation of public transportation in Ulaanbaatar city at today’s regular meeting of the Cabinet.
Food production sector to receive comprehensive state support
President of Mongolia U.Khurelsukh is working in the country’s farming region, and holding meetings with representatives of entities in the farming sector.
Minister of Environment and Tourism meets ANA Holdings President
Minister of Environment and Tourism B.Bat-Erdene is paying an official visit to Japan on May 16-20. As part of his visit, the Minister held a meeting with President and CEO of ANA Holdings Mr. Koji Shibata.
Mobile service EXCLUSIVELY dedicated for expats in Mongolia
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IFC supports Mongolia to promote better mining data usage, build digital skills in local communities
IFC has signed an agreement with the Ministry of Mining and Heavy Industry (MMHI) today to build the digital skills of people, including those in the public sector, to spur greater use and understanding of existing data for the benefit of local mining communities.
Appropriate learning environment to be created for special needs children to learn among their peers
On May 12, the Ministry of Education and Science, the General Authority for Education, and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) co-organized a consultative meeting on ways to ensure the right to education for children with special needs.
China Matters Documents the Journey to the Sacred Natural Wonder in Guizhou
Fanjingshan, an other-worldly mountain in southwestern China’s Guizhou Province, hosts two Buddhist temples at its peak as one of the most extremely situated monasteries in the world.
World Bank’s monitoring and evaluation team works in Uvurkhangai aimag
A team in charge of monitoring and evaluation led by World Bank specialist Christopher Finch worked in Uvurkhangai aimag to become acquainted with the implementation of the Third Sustainable Livelihoods Project and the operations of the Local Development Fund (LDF).
Minister of Health holds meeting with USAID Mission Director to Philippines
On May 12, Minister of Health S.Enkhbold received U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Director to the Philippines Ryan Washburn and other representatives of the agency.
'Youth Employability Landscape Study Mongolia' launched by Lorinet Foundation
Lorinet Foundation launched the 'Youth Employability Landscape Study Mongolia’ on May 10, 2022. The launch event was attended by over 60 representatives from the public and private sectors as well as several participants from the development sector including international NGOs and civil society organizations.
USAID-funded project being implemented on strengthening Mongolia’s COVID-19 response
Save the Children is implementing the project, ‘Technical Assistance to Strengthen the COVID-19 Response in Mongolia under Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC)’ in cooperation with the nonprofit human development organization, FHI 360, with financing from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
China Matters Documents the Surprising Exploration in Asia’s Biggest Cave
Guizhou Province in China has long been known for its expansive karst landscape. It’s home to towering limestone peaks, deep gorges and cascading waterfalls, but perhaps its most remarkable feature is the underground kingdom of caves that spans through its mountains and below the surface.
Team of researchers begins to conduct study on implementation of syllabuses
One of the objectives that have been reflected in the action program of the Government of Mongolia is to create an internationally-acknowledged general education system in the country. In its framework, a team of researchers from the University of Cambridge are working in Mongolia.
Minister of Road and Transport Development checks progress of Ulaanbaatar-Darkhan autoroad construction
On May 6, Minister of Road and Transport Development L.Khaltar became acquainted with the progress of the first and second sections of the Ulaanbaatar-Darkhan autoroad, giving tasks to corresponding officials.
Operations of Legal Committees of Child Rights to be made more accessible
A project on mitigating the impact of COVID-19 by increasing children’s access to justice in Mongolia is being implemented by the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) with funding from the European Union.
Livestock birthing at 72.4 percent nationwide
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. As of today, 20.2 million dams (72.4 percent of a total 27.9 million) have delivered offspring nationwide, with a survival rate currently at 99.1 percent.