Coherence of Sustainable Development Goals, Climate Change Adaptation and Sendai framework on Disaster Risk Reduction at the International Perspective
May 9, 2017
Risk is inevitable. In the age of climate change, we have entered into unchartered territory. Floods and droughts, fires and dzuds – hazards that shift from far-flung corners to our own neighbourhoods. Risks cannot be avoided – but they can be managed. In light of this, Disaster Risk Reduction has shifted from prevention, to building resilience
SECOND NATIONAL FORUM FOR LOCAL COMMUNITY CONSERVATION ORGANIZATION
Apr 21, 2017
“The earth is what we all have in common.” Those are the words of environmental activist, Wendell Berry. On behalf of UN and UNDP Mongolia, it is my great pleasure to join you at this second National Forum on Nature Conservation Communities. For, it is in our communities that conservation must be carried out first and foremost.
CLOSING WORKSHOP OF THE “STRENGTHENING LOCAL LEVEL CAPACITIES FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION, MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION IN MONGOLIA” PROJECT
Jan 31, 2017
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the closing workshop of the “Strengthening local-level capacities for disaster risk reduction, management and coordination in Mongolia” project, and thank you, Brigadier General Badral, for your kind remarks on our long-lasting and fruitful partnership and cooperation in the field of strengthening disaster management system in Mongolia.
CONFERENCE FOR THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CONSTITUTION OF MONGOLIA - Opening Remarks by Ms. Beate Trankmann, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative,
Dec 20, 2016
That this Constitution has endured for 25 years is a remarkable achievement. While social stability has played a part, credit is also due to the wise choices of its founding fathers. Since 1992, the Constitution has provided a solid basis for democratic governance in this country.
Dialogue on “How to ensure policy coherence for achievement of the SDV - options for institutional arrangements” organized by the State Structure Standing Committee
Dec 13, 2016
Mongolia’s SDV for 2030 – approved early this year – is firmly anchored in the global goals agreed by World leaders last September, making it an early adopter. It envisions a Mongolia that is a leading Middle Income Country by 2030 – ending poverty, preserving its environment, while continuing to build strong and stable governance.
Opening remarks by Beate Trankmann, UN Resident Coordinator & UNDP Resident Representative, at the Inception Workshop of the Project “Land Degradation Offset and Mitigation in Western Mongolia”
Dec 9, 2016
Land degradation is one of the greatest environmental challenges in Mongolia. 70% of its land already degraded, and a quarter has turned to desert. Climate change and human activity are destroying the country’s remarkable landscapes, threatening its ecosystems and wildlife. It is therefore crucial that Mongolia develops and applies policies to mitigate such damage, and rehabilitate its land.
- 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.
- Model United Nations Mongolia: Remarks by Beate Trankmann, UN Resident Coordinator Oct 22, 2016
- The Secretary-General-- Message to mark the 55th Anniversary of Mongolia's accession to the United Nations Oct 21, 2016