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UNICEF Mongolia and its partners have produced books, publications, and reports to advocate for children's rights. You may now access the latest information on children and development in the country. 

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Хурдан морины хаврын уралдаан ба хүүхдийн эрх

Хурдан морины уралдаан нь монголын ард түмний төрт ёсны өв соёлын үнэт баяр цэнгээн байх уламжлалт хэв маягаасаа илүү өргөн цар хүрээтэй болж, зөвхөн зун биш өвөл, хавар уралдаан зохиогдох болсоноор хүүхэд унаж бэртэх, тэр бүү хэл амь насаа алдах хүртэл тохиолдол гарч байгаа тул олон улсын байгууллагууд болон монголын ард түмэн ч уралдаанч хүүхдийн эрхийн асуудалд анхаарал хандуулах болжээ.

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The right of child jockeys in spring horse racing

Horse racing has been evolving from part of the traditional festive culture into a highly commercialized profit-oriented activity that takes place not only in summer but throughout the year in winter and spring when children face a high level of risk of various injuries and fatalities. Not only Mongolians but also the international community should be concerned about the rights of child jockeys.

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Сарын тэмдгийн эрүүл ахуй сургуулийн орчинд

Сарын тэмдгийн эрүүл ахуйн нөхцөл байдлын асуудлаар Монгол Улсад хийгдсэн хамгийн анхны чанарын судалгааг Канадын засгийн газрын дэмжлэгтэйгээр НҮБ-ын Хүүхдийн Сан болон Нийгмийн ажлын хөгжлийн төв хамтран хийлээ. Гол зорилго нь сарын тэмдэг ирэх үед охидод тулгардаг хэрэгцээ шаардлага сургууль болон дотуур байрны орчинд хэр сайн хангагдсан байдаг талаарх охидын үзэл бодлыг судлахад оршиж байв.


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A study on menstrual hygiene management in Mongolia

UNICEF Mongolia and the Centre for Social Work Excellence, a Mongolian NGO, with technical support from Emory University and the financial support of Global Affairs Canada, conducted the first qualitative study on menstrual hygiene management in Mongolian schools from February to June 2015. The aim was to understand, from girls' perspective, how well schools and dormitories meet their needs.


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Хүүхдийн эрүүл мэндэд агаарын бохирдлын үзүүлэх нөлөө, шийдвэрлэх арга зам

 Энэхүү тайлан нь Улаанбаатар хотын агаарын бохирдлын хүүхдийн эрүүл мэндэд үзүүлж буй сөрөг нөлөөг багасгах арга хэмжээг авахад дэмжлэг үзүүлэх зорилготой НҮБ-ын Хүүхдийн сангийн санхүүжилтээр хэрэгжиж буй “Монгол Улс дах Хүүхэд ба орчны өөрчлөлт” төслийн хүрээнд хийгдсэн ажлуудын нэг юм.


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AP Understanding and addressing the impact of air pollution on children's health in Mongolia (English)

The report is part of the project on “Children and Environmental Change in Mongolia” implemented by UNICEF Mongolia with the aim of addressing air pollution-related health impacts on children living in Ulaanbaatar and help develop mitigation measures. 

 


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Online CP "Хүүхэд бидний найз - цахим орчин" өсвөр насныханд зориулсан гарын авлага

Интернэт хэрэглэхдээ юунд анхаарах тухай өсвөр насны хүүхдүүдэд зориулсан энэхүү гарын авлагыг Харилцаа, холбооны зохицуулах хороо, НҮБ-ын Хүүхдийн сан хамтран гаргав.  


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Online CP "Хүүхэд бидний найз - цахим орчин" 6-11 насны хүүхдийн гарын авлага

Интернэт хэрэглэхдээ юунд анхаарах тухай 6-11 насны хүүхдүүдэд зориулсан энэхүү гарын авлагыг Харилцаа, холбооны зохицуулах хороо, НҮБ-ын Хүүхдийн сан хамтран гаргав. 


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Norms and Requirements for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Kindergartens, Schools and Dormitories (Mongolian)

“Norms and Requirements for WASH in Schools, Dormitories and Kindergartens” was approved in June 2015 by three Ministries (MoECS, MoHS and MoF) as a result of series of advocacy activities by UNICEF in cooperation with partners.


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Norms and Requirements for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Kindergartens, Schools and Dormitories (English)

“Norms and Requirements for WASH in Schools, Dormitories and Kindergartens” was approved in June 2015 by three Ministries (MoECS, MoHS and MoF) as a result of series of advocacy activities by UNICEF in cooperation with partners.


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United Nations in Mongolia

The United Nations in Mongolia consist of 11 agencies that contribute to development across various sectors ranging from human rights, democratic governance to environmental protection; as well as facilitating access to quality public services such as health, education, water and sanitation.

This brochure provides a brief description of the UN agencies in Mongolia.


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Progress for children in the land of the blue sky: celebrating 25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Mongolia (Mongolian)

This booklet highlights 25 areas where tremendous progress was reached since the CRC was signed in 1990. It also serves as a reminder that there is still work to be done to ensure that the rights enshrined in the CRC become a reality for every child in Mongolia.


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Progress for children in the land of the blue sky: celebrating 25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Mongolia (English)

This booklet highlights 25 areas where tremendous progress was reached since the CRC was signed in 1990. It also serves as a reminder that there is still work to be done to ensure that the rights enshrined in the CRC become a reality for every child in Mongolia. 


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Analysis of the situation of children in Mongolia 2014 (Mongolian)

This document aims to capture the status of the realization of rights of Mongolian children, presenting also factors that contribute to a better understanding of the barriers and gaps hindering further progress, as well as possibilities to address these.  


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Analysis of the situation of children in Mongolia 2014 (English)

This document aims to capture the status of the realization of rights of Mongolian children, presenting also factors that contribute to a better understanding of the barriers and gaps hindering further progress, as well as possibilities to address these. 


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Guidelines for Industry on Child Online Protection

The Guidelines for Industry on Child Online Protection are aimed at establishing the foundation for safer and more secure use of Internet-based services and associated technologies for today’s children and future generations.


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Guidelines for Industry on Child Online Protection (Mongolian)

The Guidelines for Industry on Child Online Protection are aimed at establishing the foundation for safer and more secure use of Internet-based services and associated technologies for today’s children and future generations.


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Reducing preventable child deaths from pneumonia, diarrhoea and newborn complication in Mongolia

The research provides important new empirical data that contributes to understanding local barriers to newborn care and the treatment of childhood pneumonia and diarrhea in Mongolia.  


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Child rights and business principles (in Mongolian)

 The Children’s Rights and Business Principles provide a comprehensive framework for understanding and addressing the impact of business on the rights and well-being of children. Save the Children, the UN Global Compact and UNICEF hope that these Principles will serve as inspiration and a guide for all business in their interactions with children.


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