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Цахим үндэстэнг бий болгох эхний алхам: Цахим ур чадварын судалгаа

НҮБХХ-ийн Хурдасгуур Лаборатори IRIM судалгааны хүрээлэнтэй хамтран хийсэн 'Зорилтот бүлгийн иргэдийн цахим хүртээмж, ур чадварыг үнэлэх чанарын судалгаа”-ны үр дүнгийн талаарх товч нийтлэл хүлээн…  


Capacity building in the Civil service of Mongolia for women leaders, human resource managers, and ethics councils

A professional, modern and efficient civil service builds public trust and confidence. UNDP Mongolia and the Civil Service Council’s ‘Towards a Professional and Citizen-Centred Civil service in…  


REFORMING SUBSIDY PRACTICES HARMFUL TO BIODIVERSITY IN MONGOLIA

Line Ministries and UNDP Mongolia are jointly implementing project “Biodiversity Finance Initiative/BIOFIN II” with the objective of re-designing existing environmentally harmful subsidy practices.…  


Digital Skills Assessment: The first building block of the “Digital Nation”

UNDP Mongolia's Accelerator Lab conducted a qualitative assessment among vulnerable population groups such as low-income, migrants, remote and rural, senior citizens and people with disabilities to…  


Preventing soil pollution & protecting human health in Orkhon aimag for SDG 3 Good Health and Well-being

To help alleviate the health and environmental threats caused by wooden toilets in Orkhon aimag, Mongolia, the ‘Supporting the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda in Mongolia’ project of the United…  


Gauging Poverty and Inequality with Big Data Rapidly

UNDP Mongolia teamed up with the National Statistical Office, the National University of Mongolia, the Ministry of Finance and the Tax Data Centre to put to use the Value-Added Tax (VAT) data to…  


Why do we need Smart Cities?

Mongolia has experienced rapid urbanization in the past two decades, where now more than half of the population lives in urban areas. The third biggest city Erdenet aims to become a smart city, and…  


Iterating a Mongolian version of Digital Literacy

A little over 25 years ago, a herder community in remote locations in Mongolia had to travel to a village (Soum:) center to make a call. Things have totally changed since then, with the introduction…  


Uniqueness of the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing Amid Pandemic

The term used for implementing the Nagoya Protocol, “Access and Benefit sharing (ABS) from the utilization of genetic resources”, is relatively new. It really alters the current way of using…  


CASHMERE INITIATIVES WORKING TOGETHER TO IMPROVE THE VALUE CHAIN

The world cashmere market produces an average of 24,000 tons of cashmere a year, of which China alone supplies 50% (12 thousand tons), while Mongolia supplies 40% (9,6 thousand tons). Italy and the…  

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