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12 April 2018
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Oyu Tolgoi – UN Population Fund renew partnerships on youth development and to launch social survey in Umnugobi
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia – Oyu Tolgoi CEO, Mr. Armando Torres, and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Representative, Ms. Naomi Kitahara, today signed a joint agreement to continue supporting... Read more
6 April 2018
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ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia – In 2017, the National Police Agency reported 1,120 people were affected by domestic violence. Out of the 1,120 victims, 936 were injured, and nine were murdered, with 92.8% of... Read more
7 March 2018
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ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia – This year, the International Women’s Day comes on the heels of an unprecedented national and global movement for women’s rights, equality and justice. Sexual harassment,... Read more
8 February 2018
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Date: February 8, 2018 Venue: Parliament house Excellency Minister of Health and MP, Ms. Sarangerel, Health Managers from Ulaanbaatar and Aimags, I would like to thank the Ministry of Health for... Read more
1 February 2018
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Honourable Prime Minister Khurelsukh, Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen; I am honoured and delighted to be part of the National Conference on Gender and Development today.  This Conference provides... Read more
3 January 2018
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“We have to speak about [gender-based violence] right now and in the future,” exclaimed Khongorzul, the co-founder of the ‘Beautiful Hearts against Sexual Violence’ NGO and co-host of Mongolia’s... Read more
15 December 2017
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By Naomi Kitahara, UNFPA Representative We hear about it all the time – “Her husband drinks a lot, that’s why he hits her.” For far too long, it has widely been said that alcohol is the main reason... Read more
8 December 2017
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Naomi Kithara (left) and Munkhmandakh (right) pose with the winning journalists from Eagle TV.
Ulaanbaatar - Raising public awareness about violence against women and girls has always been a priority to combat it. Specifically, heightened public awareness seeks to encourage decision-makers to... Read more
27 November 2017
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Nyamka overlooking her home city of Ulaanbaatar.
Violence against women is one of the most pervasive human rights violations in Mongolia. Women’s stories of violence often remain untold and hidden from friends and family. That is, until recently.... Read more
24 November 2017
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ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia - Today, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA), the Government of Mongolia and the National Centre Against Violence jointly launched the “16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based... Read more

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