Mid-term assessment on ‘Whole Liver-Mongolia’ national program ongoing
The mid-term assessment of the national program, ‘Whole Liver-Mongolia’, is jointly being done by the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization.
‘Ikh Nart Pasture Management’ discussion takes place
At the initiation of the Denver Zoological Foundation of the U.S, Dornogobi aimag’s Citizens’ Representative Khural, ‘Confederation for the Protection of Endangered Species of Mongolia’ NGO and the authority of the Ikh Nart Nature Reserve jointly organized the ‘Ikh Nart Pasture Management’ discussion in Sainshand city on August 21-22.
Advancements being made in mother and child health care services
On August 26, Minister of Health D.Sarangerel and officials led by WHO Country Representative for Mongolia Sergey Diorditsa worked at Khuree Maternity Hospital of the Capital City and presented four birthing beds with the financing of WHO to the National Center for Maternal and Child Health and Urguu, Khuree and Amgalan Maternity Hospitals of the Capital City.
Delegates of German Federal Ministry of Environment works in Mongolia
At the invitation of Minister of Environment and Tourism N.Tserenbat, delegates of the German Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of led by Parliamentary State Secretary Rita Schwarzelühr-Sutter are currently on a working visit in Mongolia between August 23 and 28.
On-demand weather information system security audited
In the framework of the project, ‘Leveraging Technology and Tradition for Resilience in Rural Mongolia-2’, jointly implemented by the National Emergency Management Agency and Mercy Corps Mongolia, an SMS platform was introduced in partnership with domestic telecommunication operators and a special system was developed in aims of providing real-time, on-demand weather information to herders.
Agreement on primary health care services for Mongolian judo athletes signed
In the frameworks of the 45th anniversary of the establishment of cultural relations between Mongolia and Japan and in preparation for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the Mongolian Judo Association, the Judo Therapist Association of Japan, and the Embassy of Mongolia in Japan signed a tripartite partnership agreement on giving primary health care services and restoration therapy to Mongolian judo athletes.
Stock Exchange weekly review /August 19-23/
During the week of August 19, 2019 to August 23, 2019, MNT 501,541,024.49 worth of securities were traded through 5 trading sessions on the MSE.
Second bronze claimed from World Master IBJJF Jiu-Jitsu Championship
On August 24, Mongolian jiu-jitsu athlete O.Bayarkhuu won the bronze medal from the +100 kg weight class of the Blue Belt M2 category at the World Master IBJJF Jiu-Jitsu Championship, which took place in Las Vegas, USA between August 21 and 25.
Mongolian and Chinese agricultural ministries hold consultative meeting
The executives of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of the People’s Republic of China did a working visit in Mongolia on August 18-22, holding a regular meeting of the Consultative working group between agricultural ministries.
Consultative meeting on national e-agriculture strategy held
A consultative meeting of stakeholders that develop the national e-agriculture strategy was held at the Ministry of Food Agriculture and Light Industry on August 22.
Canadian travelers climb to the top of Mount Khuiten
Canadian father and son travelers, Khobe and Jamie Clarke, has recently climbed to the peak of Mount Khuiten, one of the summits of the Altai Tavan Bogd Mountains. We did an interview with the travelers that are filming a documentary as they travel in Mongolia.
Temperature to rise during daytime in most parts of the country
The National Agency of Meteorology and Environment Monitoring reports that thunderstorms are expected in some parts of the western and central aimags in the recent few days, with a rise in temperature during the day in most parts of the country.
Countries required to partner in prevention of pandemic
The 13th Biregional Meeting of National Influenza Centres and Influenza Surveillance in the Western Pacific and South-East Asia Region jointly organized by the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization kicked off on August 21.
Warmer days ahead
Rain is expected in most parts of western and central aimags, and in the western part of the Gobi aimags on August 19, in the eastern part of western aimags, and in most parts of the aimags in the central, Gobi, and eastern region on August 20, while thunderstorms are expected in some parts of western and central aimags, and in the eastern part of eastern aimags on August 21.
Scholars urge to take Khoridol Saridag under protection
During a press conference where the scholars of the research team reported about their findings and research works they highlighted the necessity of putting the entire region of the Khoridol Saridag Mountains under special national protection.
Stock Exchange weekly review /August 12-16/
During the week of August 12, 2019 to August 16, 2019, MNT 309,437,997.99 worth of securities were traded through 5 trading sessions on the MSE.
800-year-old vases containing frozen clotted cream and yellow butter found from glacial
The ‘Umard Mongol’ joint research team of the National Museum of Mongolia, the University of Pittsburgh of the U.S, and the American Center for Mongolian Studies has come across a rare finding of three vases full of clotted cream and one vase with yellow butter that were frozen in glacial about 700-800 years ago.
Asian Qazaq Kuresi Championship to take place in Mongolia
The Asian Qazaq Kuresi Championship is to take place in Mongolia for the first time on August 17-18.
Japanese doctors give treatment to children with congenital heart defects
At the request of Minister of Labor and Social Protection S.Chinzorig, doctors of the Heart Saving Project NGO of Japan did check-ups for children with congenital heart defects and heart disease.