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MONGOLIA / SOLAR POWER

Nomadic Mongolian herder families find a source of affordable electricity with portable solar units that withstand their rugged lifestyle. With help from the World Bank, the solar program allows people living in one of the remotest regions on Earth to connect to a wider world. WORLD BANK

2 Nov 2012 | Read More »

SOUTH SUDAN / MONGOLIAN PEACEKEEPERS

Recognizing the urgent need for medical transport in the South Sudanese state of Unity, Mongolian engineers from the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) have been repairing out-of-service ambulances at Bentiu Hospital. UNMISS

3 Oct 2012 | Read More »

MONGOLIA / MICROFINANCE

In Mongolia, a microfinance system aimed at the poor in particular is helping the far flung rural areas to develop by increasing business opportunities. WORLD BANK

6 Feb 2010 | Read More »

MONGOLIA / EDUCATION

In rural Mongolia, life is changing for young students whose schools were often badly equipped and in need of repairs. With the help of the World Bank and other international donors, the government is now making rural schools more efficient, and more comfortable. WORLD BANK

6 Feb 2010 | Read More »

MONGOLIA / SERVICES

Mongolians are making improvements to vital services for rural areas through funds which pay for amenities that local communities decide they need the most – such as water wells and traveling clinics. WORLD BANK

1 Feb 2010 | Read More »

MONGOLIA / HERDERS

The UN says that the extreme winter weather that killed more than 1 million livestock in Mongolia is likely to harm the country’s food supply and worsen poverty. World Bank Programs now underway in the country are helping those who will be most affected. WORLD BANK

29 Jan 2010 | Read More »

 

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