Japan to establish Cardiovascular Surgery Center in Mongolia
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of relations between Mongolia and Japan, a delegation of Tokushukai Medical Group arrived in Ulaanbaatar at the invitation of Prime Minister of Mongolia L.Oyun-Erdene.
Production of refined coal briquette to be intensified
The Prime Minister of Mongolia visited the eastern plant of ‘Tavan Tolgoi Tulsh’ LLC on July 14 and became acquainted with the works to ensure winter preparation, giving instructions to the relevant officials to solve difficulties encountered in the preparation.
Ulaanbaatar city’s digital transition to be implemented in cooperation with national IT companies
Municipality organizations will cooperate with 70 national IT companies to create a smart city where citizens can work and live, using information technology solutions in every sector. The "Ulaanbaatar Digital transition" to be implemented in 2022-2024 is the first major public-private partnership project, and its technological solutions and plans were presented.
Ulaanbaatar residents consume an average of 150 million liters of water per day
Ulaanbaatar residents use clean groundwater. The city's population is growing day by day. Due to this, residential areas are expanding and new buildings are being built and accordingly, the management of drinking water is also being improved. On the other hand, water pollution is caused by factors such as improper use, construction, and industrialization. Moreover, there is a risk of further water shortages because Ulaanbaatar residents consume an average of 150 million liters of water per day.
Mayor holds meeting with EBRD Policy Vice President
Governor of the Capital City and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar D.Sumiyabazar held a meeting with European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Vice President for Policy and Partnership Mark Bowman.
Sustainable Development Goals Open Day to be held
Governor of the Capital City and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar D.Sumiyabazar received UN Resident Coordinator in Mongolia Tapan Mishra.
Study on climate change in Ulaanbaatar conducted
Deputy Mayor for Construction, Housing, Industry, and Technology Park B.Sukhbaatar, held a meeting with Senior Disaster Risk Management Specialist in the Urban and Disaster Risk Management Unit at World Bank Poonam Pillai. During the meeting, the sides exchanged their views on the work process of the “Emeelt Eco-Industrial Park”, the needs of the “Urban Competitiveness and Rehabilitation Project” planned to be implemented in this context, and future measures, and cooperation of the capital city.
International Cultural Park opens
Ikh Uilsiin Ereld Group LLC has been implementing the “International Cultural Park” project on 35 hectares of land in Khan-Uul district as part of their social responsibility. The International Cultural Park was opened on May 14.
Mayor expresses support for Prefabricated Apartment Heat Loss Reduction Project
Governor of the Capital City and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar D.Sumiyabazar held a meeting with the GIZ delegation led by Project Manager Dunja Hoffmann and Deputy Manager Thorge Ketelhodt. The sides discussed the results and implementation of the Energy Efficiency Project and the Prefabricated Apartment Heat Loss Reduction Project was presented.
Sister city relations established between Ulaanbaatar and Chongqing
On May 12, Governor of the Capital City and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar D.Sumiyabazar held a virtual meeting with Mayor of Chongqing Municipal People’s Government Hu Henghua and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on establishing a sister city relations between the two cities.
G.Gankhuu: Rising costs of construction material and currency restrictions reflected negatively in the construction industry
We interviewed Head of Housing Policy Department of the capital city G.Gankhuu regarding the construction and housing sector in Ulaanbaatar.
May 28 is car-free day in UB
In accordance with the capital city governor’s order, the capital city will observe a car-free day on May 28.
Present and future of ger area redevelopment
For Ulaanbaatar city, where more than 60 percent of the population lives in ger areas, redevelopment of ger areas and building apartments should be prioritized. A project to construct apartments in ger areas of Ulaanbaatar kicked off in 2011.
2000 trees planted on public tree planting day
The public tree planting day took place at the National Park on May 7. During the event which gathered more than 500 citizens and 50 entities, 2,000 trees were planted.
Ulaanbaatar Mayor issues order to support street food businesses
Governor of the Capital City and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar D.Sumiyabazar received the representatives of street food businesses to introduce the order issued on creating a favorable business environment.
First closure of Ger Area Redevelopment Project takes place
Since the Ger Area Redevelopment Project was launched in 2010, 11,755 apartments have been commissioned on the 2,519 vacated units of land in 28 locations in the ger area by 43 project implementers. The first closure event of the project was held on May 3.
Nationwide medical checkups being organized by 49 health organizations
Landscaping and cleaning of public roads, squares, bus stations, monuments, chairs, and children's playgrounds along the Tuul, Selbe, and Dund rivers have been done with the joint efforts of the citizens of the capital city.
Model green townhouse commissioned in ger district
The Ulaanbaatar Housing Corporation, the GIZ, and Hybrid House LLC are jointly implementing an energy-efficient, green housing project in Denjiin Myanga of Chingeltei district, Ulaanbaatar city. Under the project, about 2,100 square meters of land was vacated for three families, and a model townhouse for seven families was commissioned.
38.7 percent of students attend non-district schools
At the beginning of the Capital City Governor’s Council meeting, Deputy Governor of Ulaanbaatar in charge of Human Development and Social Policy Issues Z.Tumurtumuu presented the results of the risk assessment of the general education school and kindergarten learning environment, further measures to be taken, and the issues on enrollment district.