Mongolia: Projects and Results
Latest Project Results and Case Studies
Mongolia Battles to Save its Peatlands, and a Nomadic Way of LifeA tenuous ecological balance is fracturing as Mongolia’s peatlands succumb to climate change, over-grazing, and industrial activity.
Demonstrating Community-Based Hydrological and Ecological Restoration of Peatlands in MongoliaMajority of Mongolia's peatlands have significantly degraded due to unsustainable practices and climate change impacts. This pilot study builds upon community restoration efforts by showcasing scientific peatlands restoration techniques, ways to scale up, and how to increase awareness on the importance of peatlands.
High Tech Health Care Comes to Mongolia’s CountrysideNew facilities, equipment, and knowledge mean better primary health care for more than 700,000 rural Mongolians.
Bringing Clean Water to Mongolian TownsIn Mongolia, clean water and modern sewer systems mean better health and greater comfort for more than 290,000 residents.
Development of Pilot Procedures and Reference Document to Select Appropriate Technologies for Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) in SchoolThe main objective of this pilot and demonstration activity (PDA) is to provide policy makers, administrators and schools with tested practical guides for identifying a range of technological options for basic infrastructure available near school premises and selecting an appropriate technology that can make WASH facilities fully functional in school and meet the minimum requirements.
A Teaching and Learning Revolution in MongoliaADB support has boosted school enrollment, trained teachers, and made Mongolia’s education system more responsive to the needs of business and industry.
Mongolia: Small Infrastructure Investments Improve Lives of Ger Area WomenLack of safe water supply, heating, and sanitation; and poor access roads to schools, markets, and health facilities limit mobility and increase time burdens, particularly for women, in ger areas of two large cities, Ulaanbaatar and Erdenet.
Food Stamp Program Focuses Aid on Poorest Families in MongoliaMongolia is now better able to identify and assist the poorest people in the country.
Central Asia Cross-Border Trade and TransportRehabilitated roads in landlocked Tajikistan boost trade at home and with other Central Asian nations and the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
Mongolia: Better Reproductive Health Saves Lives of Women and Children in Mongolia - 2012An ADB-financed health project in Mongolia has helped halve the maternal mortality rate and substantially reduce infant and child mortality, improving the lives of Mongolian women.
- Ulaanbaatar Air Quality Improvement Program
- Modernizing Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures to Facilitate Trade
- Implementing Innovative Approaches for Improved Water Governance
- Improving the Screening Program for Viral Hepatitis
- Preparing the Aimag and Soum Centers Regional Development Investment Program