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COMPREHENSIVE SEXUALITY EDUCATION AS A STRATEGY FOR GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PREVENTION

Situation Report

UNFPA Asia and the Pacific Regional Office produced this report as an evidence review on the linkages between comprehensive sexuality education and the prevention of gender-based violence on the basis of a rapid review of existing research.

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UNFPA Mongolia Newsletter #15 September and October 2021

Newsletter

During the reporting period, the number of COVID-19 confirmed cases increased from 213,820 on 1 September to 360,317 as of 31 October 2021. The number of COVID-19 deaths also rose from 944 on September 1 to 1,745 by October 31. The arrival of the more contagious Delta variant during this period saw a sharp increase with almost 90% of cases detected.

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UNFPA Mongolia Newsletter #15 September and October 2021

Newsletter

During the reporting period, the number of COVID-19 confirmed cases increased from 213,820 on 1 September to 360,317 as of 31 October 2021. The number of COVID-19 deaths also rose from 944 on September 1 to 1,745 by October 31. The arrival of the more contagious Delta variant during this period saw a sharp increase with almost 90% of cases detected.

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The journey towards comprehensive sexuality education - Global status report

Publication

Published in 2021 by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 7, place de Fontenoy, 75352 Paris 07 SP, France, UNAIDS Secretariat, Avenue Appia 20, CH-1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland, The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), 605 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10158, United States, The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), UNICEF House, 3 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017, United States, UN Women, 220 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017, United States and The World Health Organization (WHO), Avenue Appia 20, CH-1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland

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Telemedicine Support for Maternal and Newborn Health 2007-2019 Project Implementation Outcome Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet

ЭХ, НЯРАЙН ЭРҮҮЛ МЭНДИЙН ЗАЙН ОНОШЛОГООНД ДЭМЖЛЭГ ҮЗҮҮЛЭХ ТӨСӨЛ

Монгол улсад эрүүл мэндийн тусламж үйлчилгээнд орчин
үеийн шинэ техник, технологи нэвтрүүлэх замаар эх,
нярайн эрүүл мэндийг сайжруулах төслийн гол зорилго
оршино.

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Нөхөн үржихүйн эрх хүний эрх болох нь (Хүний эрхийн үндэсний байгууллагад зориулсан гарын авлага)

Technical Reports and Document

Монгол Улсын Хүний эрхийн Үндэсний Комисс “Нөхөн үржихүйн эрх хүний эрх болох нь” НҮБ-ын Хүний эрхийн Дээд Комиссарын Газар, НҮБ-ын Хүн амын Сан, Данийн Хүний эрхийн Хүрээлэнгээс Хүний эрхийн Үндэсний Байгууллагад зориулан гаргасан гарын авлагыг НҮБ-ын Хүн амын сангийн санхүүгийн дэмжлэгтэйгээр хүний эрхийн хамгаалагч, төрийн албан хаагчид, сонирхогч бусад эрдэмтэн, судлаачдын хэрэгцээнд зориулан орчуулж, шинэчлэн боловсруулж хэвлүүлэв.

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UNFPA Mongolia Newsletter #14 July and August 2021

Newsletter

July and August 2021 have been devastating months in Mongolia, with the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases nearly doubling from 122,339 cases on 1 July to 213,820 cases as of 31 August 2021. The number of COVID-19 deaths rose from 592 in July 1 to 937 by August 31. In this period, the spread of the more infectious and deadly Delta variant of COVID-19 has been underscored by health authorities.

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UNFPA Mongolia Newsletter #13 May and June, 2021

Newsletter

May and June 2021 have been very tough months in Mongolia, with the number of COVID-19 positive cases rising from 37,285 to 115,478 in just two months. The number of deaths has also increased; rising from five at the end of April to 115 in May and 563 in June.

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Covid 19 situation report #11

Situation Report

On 1 March, the Ministry of Health reported 45 new cases of COVID-19 in Mongolia, which brings the confirmed number of cases to 2,952; and represents a spike of almost four-fold in one month. Ulaanbaatar city remains the epicentre of infection with local transmission in 15 provinces.

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UNFPA Mongolia COVID-19 Situation Report #12 April, 2021

Situation Report

April has been one of the most difficult months for Mongolia with the number of COVID-19 positive cases increasing four-fold from the end of March. Ulaanbaatar city continues to be the epicentre of infections in the country; the number of positive cases has risen from 7,000 to 31,362.

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