India to collaborate in empowering civil servants
The Governor’s Office of Ulaanbaatar city and the Local Governance Initiative and Network (LOGIN) of India agreed to collaborate in empowering civil servants and formulating a training program. Within the framework of it, authorities of the Civil Service Council of Mongolia held meeting with delegates from the organization on February 24.
NEMA to help train mountaineers
The Mongolian National Climbing Federation (MNCF) will cooperate with the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) on improvement of professional skillis of Mongolian mountaineers.
Mongolian culture promoted in Macedonia
The Mongolian Embassy in Bulgaria organized an event themed ‘A Nation with Unique History and Mongolia Today’ on February 22 in Macedonia.
President hears some pressing issues of cashmere industry
On February 25, President Kh.Battulga got familiarized with operations of ‘Evseg’ cashmere factory of ‘Cashmere Holding’ LLC, hearing pressing issues in wool and cashmere sector.
Erdenes Mongol to introduce Anti-bribery management system
The Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Erdenes Mongol LLC and the ISO Mongolia LLC.
Hunnu air to conduct flights for Khuvsgul ice Festival
The Hunnu Air Company will conduct flights en route Ulaanbaatar-Khuvsgul on March 2-4 for the ice festival to be held on March 3-4.
Mongolian History II Olympiad to be organized
On the occasion of General D.Sukhbaatar's 125th birth anniversary 'Thanksman' non-governmental organization and the Mongolian National University of Education will jointly organize a 'Mongolian History II' Olympiad on February 26, 27 during 'Patriot Day'.
MONTSAME renews cooperation with Cuban state news agency
MONTSAME news agency has renewed its cooperation agreement with Cuban state news agency Prensa Latina.
MUST to have new block
A ground breaking ceremony of the 8th block of the Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST) was held on February 23.
Interregional Standardization Association Conference to be held in Mongolia
On February 15-16, the third annual forum of the Strategy, Business and Development Coordination Board of the Interregional Standardization Association was held in Izmir, Turkey and the representatives of 17 member countries participated the forum.
New technologies to be introduced for the public services provided by capital city
First meeting of the working group created according to Capital City Governor’s Order in connection with the state policy on information technology and capital city Governor's action plan was held yesterday.
Municipal organizations to be relocated in Yarmag
At its regular meeting on February 22, the Cabinet assigned the Governor of the capital city and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar to satisfy preparations urgently to relocate offices of the City Council of Ulaanbaatar, the Governor Office of Ulaanbaatar and relevant organizations in Yarmag, 4th and 8th khoroos of Khan-Uul district.
National nutrition survey reveals increasing levels of overweight
The fifth national nutrition survey report shows that vitamin and mineral deficiencies still remain at the same level as 2010 among the Mongolian population.
Annual report released on state of human rights in Mongolia
Amnesty International launched the annual report titled ‘The State of the World’s Human Rights’ on February 22, which covers 159 countries and delivers the most comprehensive analysis of the state of human rights in the world today.
Regular population and housing census to be held in 2020
On February 22, the State Commission on Population and Housing Census 2020 held its first meeting, chaired by Prime Minister and head of the State Commission U.Khurelsukh.
Mongolia ranks at 103rd in Corruption Perception Index 2017
On February 22, the Transparency International Mongolia called a press conference to introduce the Corruption Perception Index 2017 (CPI) released by Transparency International.
MONES starts 88 day fundraising campaign
The Women’s Fund of Mongolia (MONES) is launching a 88 day fundraising campaign on the matter of ‘Defence of underage sexual assault victims’.
UNICEF: Air pollution threatens Mongolia’s human capital
Inaction towards air pollution in Ulaanbaatar would lead to an increase in the costs of treating air pollution-induced diseases in children of 33 percent between 2017 and 2025, costing health providers at least MNT 4.8 billion extra per annum by 2025, says a joint report commissioned by the National Center for Public Health and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
Mongolian Academy of Sciences to cooperate with American Center for Mongolian Studies
President of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences (MAS) D.Regdel met Resident Director of the American Center for Mongolian Studies Tricia Turbold on February 22.
G.Tumurchuluun: I found out from my students that my book was being sold at Cuban bookstores