- Live to Tell: Community Participation and Responsibility in Earthquake Disaster Prevention Dec 6, 2016
Capacity Building Workshop on “Leaving No One Behind” in the context of subnational health system strengthening - Remarks by Ms. Beate Trankmann, UN Resident Coordinator
Nov 3, 2016
Thank you for inviting me to this important event. We all know that the leaders of 193 countries approved the Sustainable Development Goals in 2015. The 17 sustainable development goals are set to transform the world. The SDGs are about making our world a more peaceful, inclusive, and sustainable – for this generation and for those to come; to protect people and planet. In other words, the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs are about doing development differently and about changing the way we live, behave, do business, consume and produce.
Beyond the Glass Ceiling: Expanding Female Leadership in Mongolian Politics and Businesses
Oct 31, 2016
For centuries, Mongolian women have played a central role in their society, holding positions of power ever since the Mongol Empire – hundreds of years before their counterparts in Europe, or elsewhere in Asia.
- Model United Nations Mongolia: Remarks by Beate Trankmann, UN Resident Coordinator Oct 22, 2016
- 2017-2021 UNDAF LAUNCH: Remarks by Ms. B. Trankmann, UN Resident Coordinator Oct 21, 2016
- The Secretary-General-- Message to mark the 55th Anniversary of Mongolia's accession to the United Nations Oct 21, 2016
Speech at the MOU signing ceremony – 10 Oct 2016 Making Mongolia’s Cities Resilient and Sustainable By Beate Trankmann, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Representative
Oct 10, 2016
Mongolia is a nation of nomads. Yet, it is now more urbanized than many parts of Asia. More than two-thirds of Mongolians live in cities. The biggest being Ulaanbaatar, Darkhan and Erdenet. Close to half of the country’s entire population lives in a single city: Ulaanbaatar.
Project Inception Workshop - Strengthening representatives bodies in Mongolia
Oct 5, 2016
In a country as vast as Mongolia, meeting the needs of every citizen is a huge challenge. But I am delighted to say today that we, together, are making that easier. With this project, we aim to support you as the elected representatives in carrying out the mandate entrusted to you by the Mongolian citizens, at the local level.
Speech at the Signing Ceremony By Beate Trankmann, UNDP Resident Representative Project “Strengthening Representative Bodies in Mongolia”
Oct 3, 2016
It is my great pleasure and privilege to join you today to sign this new project between the State Great Hural and the United Nations Development Programme on ‘Strengthening Representative Bodies in Mongolia’. This USD 3.8 million initiative is funded with support from the Swiss Development Cooperation Agency (SDC) and UNDP. It is a follow-up to an earlier trilateral engagement of SDC and UNDP with the Secretariat of the State Great Hural on ‘Strengthening the Capacities of Local Self Governing Bodies’, which was implemented during the term of the previous Parliament.
- A new project to support representative bodies in Mongolia Oct 3, 2016