ADB's Mongolia Resident Mission today held an awards ceremony for the winners of two competitions—on journalistic stories and students’ public speaking—organized to kick off the anniversary commemoration...
The southern region of Mongolia has potential for sustainable growth if investment for green development, renewable energy, and tourism are matched with large infrastructure projects in energy, transport, and extractive sectors...
The Asian Development Bank today approved a loan package of $19 million for Mongolia to purchase safe and effective vaccines against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
With ADB support, the Government of Mongolia has improved its state registry services by connecting 290 soums and sub-districts to the online registry system and improving legal environment, data quality, and accessibility.
ADB is helping Mongolia to mitigate severe health and economic impacts of COVID-19 by improving preparedness and response, delivering much-needed medical equipment and supplies, and supporting the government’s social protection measures.
ADB has approved a loan and technical assistance package totaling $31 million to support the improvement of livestock production systems in 20 soums (districts) of four aimags (provinces) in Central Mongolia.
ADB is improving the livelihoods of Mongolian herders by helping a leading privately-owned dairy processor to expand its operations
The Government of Mongolia and ADB are implementing a $570.1 million project, including about $410 million in private sector investment, to turn Ulaanbaatar’s ger areas into affordable, low-carbon, climate-resilient, and livable eco-districts.
In what was once an isolated province in western Mongolia, a road project that links the country to the People’s Republic of China and the Russian Federation is changing lives for the better.
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