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.
- A new project to support representative bodies in Mongolia Oct 3, 2016
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.
Social Good Summit Mongolia: Opening remarks by Beate Trankmann, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative
Sep 24, 2016
As we begin this year’s Summit, I would like to take you on a journey. Imagine, for a moment, that we are in the year 2030. What kind of Mongolia do you want to be living in? A country in which every child in the countryside can afford to finish school?
UNDP Executive Board approved a new Country Programme for Mongolia (2017-2021)
Sep 22, 2016
The Executive Board of the United Nations Development Programme approved the Country Programme for Mongolia for the period 2017-2021 in New York.
Speech at North East Asian cities Mayors’ Forum, By Beate Trankmann, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Representative
Aug 4, 2016
In 2008, for the first time in human history, the world population living in cities exceeded that of people living in the country side. The Asia Pacific region is home to half the world’s urban population. Eleven of the largest 20 cities in the world are located in Asia.
Young People Critical to Mongolia’s Future
Jun 14, 2016
With northeast Asia’s youngest population and more than a third of citizens at working-age, land-locked Mongolia has the potential to develop rapidly in the coming decades. To unlock that potential, expanding the capabilities and choices of young people is crucial, says the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in its latest Regional Human Development Report. Now is the time to capitalize on this, to ensure that Mongolia’s demographic dividend does not become a demographic burden.
Speech by Ms. Beate Trankmann, UNDP Resident Representative - Launch of Mongolia National Human Development Report 2016
Jun 14, 2016
Welcome to the launch of the sixth Mongolia National Human Development Report, Building a Better Tomorrow: Including Youth in the Development of Mongolia. Since the introduction of the concept in the first Human Development Report in 1990, human development has been about expanding the richness of human life, rather than simply the richness of economies. This idea focuses on people, and explores the opportunities people have to live the lives they choose.
Ms. Beate Trankmann, UNRC and UNDP RR at the signing ceremony of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions in the construction sector in Mongolia” Project Document
Jun 9, 2016
It is a great pleasure to be here to sign this new project titled “Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions in the Construction Sector in Mongolia”. This initiative is supported by the Global Environment Facility with a budget of USD 1.37m spanning over a period of over 3 years. It aims to develop and incentivize the introduction of ecological, low emission approaches in the construction sector of Mongolia.
Mongolia to Cut Carbon in Construction Sector
Jun 8, 2016
A new initiative to develop and incentivize ecological, low-emission and energy-efficient approaches in Mongolia’s construction and housing sector is being launched this year. The “Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions in the construction sector in Mongolia” (NAMA) Project will run until 2020. It aims to limit the need for coal-powered heating and reduce the country’s winter air pollution.