New project signed aims to enhance the capacity of National Development Policy and Planning

Mar 1, 2013

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - A new project titled “Strengthening the Government Capacity of National Development Policy and Planning” is being signed at an official ceremony by Mr. N. Batbayar, Minister of Economic Development and Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu, UNDP Resident Representative in Mongolia. 

The project aims at providing support to the Government of Mongolia to improve its economic policy formulation, strategic planning and monitoring both at national and local level and guide the preparation of various planning documents to ensure better coordination and harmonization of long-medium and short –term planning in the country. Within the frame of United Nations Development Assistance Framework (2012-2016), the project will contribute to the outcome of economic development is inclusive and equitable, contributing towards poverty alleviation in Mongolia. 

The intended outcome of the project is build Government capacities to meet their objectives of putting in place a stable and robust national development policy and planning framework and promoting fiscal decentralization that will help improving service delivery and effectively manage mining revenue. The project has two main outputs i) Government capacity in development policy and planning strengthened, and ii) Policy analysis and advocacy for evidence based policy making supported. Total of 2 million and 800.000 USD planned for project period. 


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