Related Posts: Mongolia
March 12, 2014
This year, The Asia Foundation is commemorating its 60th anniversary. Drawing on the expertise of local partners and our own development experts in the 18 countries where we work, we’re initiating a year-long, global conversation on six critical issues facing Asia.
Topics: 60 Years | Access to Justice | Critical Issues | Development and Aid Effectiveness | Disaster Management | Inequality | Transparency | Washington DC | Women's Empowerment | Women's Participation
March 5, 2014
While Asian women are increasingly visible in leadership positions, political participation rates of men and women continue to be vastly unequal. In many countries, women are routinely discouraged from entering public office.
February 12, 2014
Today, there’s no doubt that the global aid landscape is changing. Aid from traditional donors to Asia is declining, with total global aid falling by 6 percent since its high point in 2010. Meanwhile, the volume of development cooperation from non-OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) members is increasing.
February 5, 2014
Across Asia, rapid change is presenting extraordinary development challenges. The goal of improving lives, expanding opportunities, and helping societies flourish will require innovative, effective, and coordinated development efforts, public and private sector…
January 29, 2014
On Jan. 22, 2014, the City Municipality of Ulaanbaatar and The Asia Foundation launched the first-ever interactive website where Mongolian citizens and city officials can find up-to-date information on availability of public services in their neighborhoods.
January 22, 2014
The Ulaanbaatar City Municipality and The Asia Foundation this week launched a new online community website, “manai khoroo,” as an interactive resource for citizens and city officials to find information and download maps on 11 different indicators about the accessibility and availability of public services in the city’s ger districts. One of the site’s main […]
December 24, 2013
Season’s Greetings! On behalf of In Asia‘s editorial board and bloggers, we thank you for your engagement and continued readership throughout the year. We’ll be taking a short break, but will return on January 8. In the meantime, catch up on a few must-read pieces as well as photos that depict some of the most pressing events and issues in Asia throughout 2013.
Editor, In Asia
December 18, 2013
Every year, a “16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence” campaign is held across the globe, including in Mongolia, to increase awareness about this global pandemic. This year in Mongolia, the spotlight was shone on domestic violence…
December 11, 2013
On Dec. 4, 2013, The Asia Foundation and the Sant Maral Foundation released the third installment of its bi-annual “Survey on Perceptions and Knowledge of Corruption,” revealing that efforts to curb corruption in what is considered, as some sources put it, one of the world’s most corrupt countries could in fact be working.
December 4, 2013
This week in Ulaanbaatar, a new survey on corruption in Mongolia came out. The Asia Foundation survey featured face-to-face interviews in 1,360 households in 7 districts. Respondents said corruption continues to be one of the most pressing problems in Mongolia, but those surveyed said they are optimistic about the progress in fighting corruption, and are […]