The financial and economic crisis has forced the Government of Mongolia (the Government) to embark on a process of fiscal adjustment. This is primarily centered around expenditure restraint in view of the dramatic worsening of prices of key exports, dwindling international reserves, and increased pressures on its currency. The Government is acutely aware of the pressure the current global crisis is placing on Mongolia's most vulnerable citizens and has therefore asked the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to help safeguard achievements in the education sector and to mitigate any negative impact of the crisis on the poor.
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