United Nations hands over supplies for dzud affected households
Ulaanbaatar, 11 April 2016 - In response to the recent Dzud disaster that has directly affected the lives of as many as 63,000 nomadic households in Mongolia, the United Nations mobilized $2.4 million from its Central Emergency Relief Fund (CERF).
Child protection legislation passed in Mongolia
Ulaanbaatar, 5 February 2016 – The Parliament of Mongolia passes the first ever Law on Child Protection making a significant step towards fulfilling every child’s right to protection.
UNICEF facilitates an expert consultation on air pollution and its effects on child health
Ulaanbaatar, 25 January 2016 – Top international, national experts and policymakers gather in Ulaanbaatar as an international expert consultation on the impacts of air pollution on children’s health kicks off today.
Launch of the Urban Profile of Children
Ulaanbaatar, 25 Nov 2015 - Urban centres can offer children the advantages of schools, clinics and playgrounds. Yet the same cities are also the setting for some of the greatest disparities in children’s health, education and opportunities.
Innovation can drive change for most disadvantaged children – UNICEF report
Ulaanbaatar, 26 June 2015 – Urgent action is needed to prevent millions of children from missing out on the benefits of innovation, UNICEF said in a new report launched today.
NO to child labour – YES to quality education!
Ulaanbaatar, 12 June 2015 – Today is World Day against Child Labour. While the rate of children at work is on the decline worldwide, child labour remains a substantial global challenge.
UNICEF National Ambassador T.Ariunaa reaffirms her commitment for children
Ulaanbaatar, 29 May 2015 – At a special event today, UNICEF National Ambassador Ariunaa Tumur reaffirmed her commitment to UNICEF for the next two years with a special focus on advocating for new born health in Mongolia.
UNICEF to promote respect for children’s rights among business community in Mongolia
Ulaanbaatar, 29 May 2015 - UNICEF will partner with Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry to advance international best practices related to child-focused corporate social responsibility in Mongolia.
Ulaanbaatar to be more child friendly in cooperation with UNICEF
Ulaanbaatar, 29 May 2015 – UNICEF Mongolia and Ulaanbaatar city will be working together to improve the well-being of children living in the capital and to reduce urban disparities having signed a memorandum of understanding between two organizations.
UNICEF calls for global action to protect children online and foster their digital citizenship
Ulaanbaatar, 4 May 2015 – UNICEF called for proactive and multi-stakeholder commitment to child online protection at the fifth annual Freedom Online Conference hosted by the current FoC chair – Mongolia.
Doing business differently: CSR for child rights
December 4 2014, Ulaanbaatar – UNICEF and Save the Children are calling on Mongolia’s private sector to integrate child rights into their everyday business.
CRC@25 in Mongolia
Ulaanbaatar, 20 November – UNICEF is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and calling for more greater joint-efforts to be made to promote equity and protect the rights of all children.
Innovation protecting children in Mongolia
Ulaanbaatar, 12 November 2014 – Over 100 young people will gather today to hear how innovation is being used to protect children in Mongolia, as part of UNICEF’s Activate Talks series.
UNICEF calls for more investment in ending deaths from pneumonia
Ulaanbaatar, 11 November 2014 – UNICEF is calling for increased efforts in Mongolia to prevent, protect and treat pneumonia, to achieve the goal of zero child deaths from pneumonia by 2025.
Flying high for children's rights
Ulaanbaatar, 12 October 2014 – Ulaanbaatar’s skyline will change when a UNICEF branded hot air balloon flies over the city, departing from Chingis Square this afternoon.
ING Bank gives mobile kindergartens to Nalaikh
ULAANBAATAR, 17 September 2014 - Over 50 children will be able to attend pre-school this year due to a donation of two fully equipped ‘ger’ kindergartens by ING Bank, one of the largest global financial institutions.
UNICEF calls for exclusive breastfeeding in Mongolia
ULAANBAATAR, 31 July 2014 – UNICEF has called for exclusive breastfeeding of infants in Mongolia for the first six months of life, followed by complementary feeding and continued breastfeeding until the child is two years old. The organization is concerne
Children can now lodge complaints with the United Nations
ULAANBAATAR, 23 April 2014 – At this year’s first regular meeting, Mongolia’s Child Rights Group, comprised of UNICEF, World Vision Mongolia, Save the Children and other organisations , expressed their appreciation to the Government of Mongolia for signin
End violence against children - Children are innocent
Ulaanbaatar 20 November, 2013 – UNICEF Mongolia today launched the next phase of the global End Violence Against Children Initiative, participating in a high-level meeting with the Mongolian National Council for Children and launching a special song.
Grass-root movement key to ending toilet problems
ULAANBAATAR, 19 November 2013 – Toilets are still out of reach for more than one-third of the global population, with devastating consequences to the health and development of children, UNICEF said on World Toilet Day.
Supporting health and nutrition actions
12 November 2013 – Today, in observance of the World Pneumonia Day and several countries around the world are organizing activities that inform the public on prevention measures.
UNICEF HANDS OVER SUPPLIES TO SUPPORT EDUCATION RIGHTS OF MONASTIC BOYS
Ulaanbaatar, 18 November 2013 – With the goal of supporting education rights of all children including monastic boys, UNICEF handed over ICT equipment and tools to Dashchoimpel datsan of the Gandantegchenlin Monastery in Ulaanbaatar.
South south cooperation for child rights
New Delhi, 25 October 2013: A New Delhi Declaration, renewing governments’ commitments to the rights of children and pledging to support each other in the achievement of those rights, was adopted unanimously on the 23rd of October.
Global handwashing day in Mongolia
Ulaanbaatar, 15 October 2013 – Preventable illnesses such as diarrhea and pneumonia are behind the deaths of millions of children around the world. In Mongolia, the lack of improved water and sanitation facilities, especially in rural areas causes nearly
"Local development fund" serving for children
Local development and children’s well-being are interrelated and therefore the Local Ddevelopment Fund is opportunity for both local development and improving the well-being of children
Handing over supplies for Khuvsgul children
Murun soum, Khuvsgul aimag, 30 September 2013 – With the goal of improving child-friendliness of schools and kindergartens, UNICEF handed over supplies including ICT equipment, furniture, toys, kitchen tools and gers.
UNICEF HANDS OVER SUPPLIES FOR CHILDREN
Ulaanbaatar, 18 September 2013 – With the goal of improving child-friendliness of schools and kindergartens, UNICEF handed over supplies including ICT equipment, furniture, toys, kitchen tools and gers for the Student and Teacher Development Centers
Infant and Young Child Feeding/Stunting Reduction planning and programming workshop
Although the stunting rate in Mongolia has progressively declined over the past 20 years, it still remains a concern, with 16% of children under 5 years old being stunted.
Breastfeeding is the cheapest and most effective life-saver in history
During World Breastfeeding Week starting today, UNICEF is focusing on breastfeeding as the most effective and inexpensive way of saving a child’s life.
Statement on use of child jockeys
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 16 July 2013 – UNICEF would like to congratulate the Government of Mongolia and the Mongolian people on this year’s Naadam celebrations, which mark 2222 years of Mongolian Statehood, 807 years of the Great Mongol Empire, and the 92n
Presidential candidates pledge support for children
Presidential candidates from the three major political parties – Ts. Elbegdorj, B. Bat-Erdene and N. Udval – have pledged to work for the well being and bright future of Mongolian children, by each individually signing an identical Children’s Statement.
Mongolia launches "Children with Disabilities" report
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 31 May 2013 – Children with disabilities and their communities would both benefit if society focused on what those children can achieve, rather than what they cannot do, according to UNICEF’s annual State of the World’s Children’s r
Women’s Parliamentary Caucus and UNICEF Mongolia sign new partnership agreement for children and women in Mongolia
Ulaanbaatar, 7 March 2013 – The Women’s Parliamentary Caucus and UNICEF Mongolia have formed a new partnership and will work together to benefit the nation’s children and women.
Hand over of Ger kindergarten to Khuvsgul province
04 November 2012, Murun, Khuvsgul province - UNICEF hands over gers, children's toys and complete set of furniture to be used for ger kindergartens. Over 200 children will have access to early childhood education services.