Building on a 3-decade partnership and a new country partnership strategy, ADB will help Mongolia recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and progress toward sustainable and inclusive development.
ADB, with financing from the government of Japan, is supporting Mongolia to improve solid waste management practices, reduce environmental pollution, and enhance community awareness and employment opportunities in the waste management sector.
The CAREC Energy Outlook 2030 provides critical insights on the region’s energy future by analyzing the energy landscape and market trends in member countries of the CAREC Program.
This paper discusses Mongolia's health-care financing system and highlights lessons from reforms.
ADB has worked with the Government of Mongolia to improve the urban environment and people’s quality of life since 1997.
Mongolia’s gross domestic product expanded by 1.4% in 2021, after a difficult year in 2020. Employment has been under pressure because of the prolonged adverse impacts of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. The Government of Mongolia introduced new policy measures o address COVID-19 in February 2021 with a total budget of over $3.5 billion.
ADB launched a new country partnership strategy for Mongolia in 2021, which aims to aid economic recovery and help lay foundations for long-term inclusive and sustainable growth. ADB will focus on fostering equitable social development and economic opportunities, investing in climate-resilient infrastructure, driving economic competitiveness and diversification, and promoting sustainable and green development.
Level 18, Shangri-La Office, Shangri-La Centre, 19A Olympic Street, Sukhbaatar District-1, Ulaanbaatar 14241, Mongolia
Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday)
The Mongolia Resident Mission (MNRM) was established in 2001. It is located in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia's capital.
MNRM's primary responsibilities include:
MNRM will be closed on these dates:
* = Subject to lunar calendar
Last updated: 17 January 2023