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Photo Blog: Improving Access to Information on Waste Management in Mongolia

April 30, 2014


More than half of the 1.2 million residents of Mongolia’s capital, Ulaanbaatar, live in the city’s sprawling ger areas, and the majority of residents lack access to basic public services such as water, sewage systems, electricity, and safe waste disposal, and educational resources including libraries.


Undarmaa’s Escape: A Mongolian Woman Finds Safety in Ulaanbaatar Shelter

March 3, 2010


The vehicles traveling from Khovsgol Province in northwest Mongolia to Ulaanbaatar have to spend the night on the way because it’s such a long journey. These roads that connect Mongolia’s rural countryside with Ulaanbaatar have provided new opportunities and access to thousands of people who otherwise would have remained isolated. However, for some… Read more