In Mongolia, we strengthen anticorruption efforts, improve urban governance, support justice sector development, increase gender equality, and advance climate change mitigation efforts.
Catalyzing the youth vote
A decline in voter turnout is a growing concern for democracy in Mongolia. Using social media campaigns and interactive content in 2020, the Foundation supported a range of youth and women-led organizations to improve voter education and energize youth political participation. Social media campaigns including democracy hackathons, youth policy dialogues, and networking events reached 19,000+ people and accumulated 8 million social media impressions. These efforts helped contribute to a 12 percent increase in voter turnout among 18-25-year-olds, an increase not observed in any other age group.
NEWS FROM MONGOLIA
Australia and The Asia Foundation Support Mongolian Women Entrepreneurs During Covid-19
May 19, 2021
For International Women’s Day, Conversations with Some Remarkable Women
March 3, 2021
Equipping women entrepreneurs for success
Despite challenges produced by the global pandemic, The Asia Foundation’s Women Business Center (WBC) registered 600 new clients this past year; conducted 196 individual and group advisory sessions; provided 31 online training courses for 1,000+ participants; and hosted 13 networking events. Seventy percent of graduates of the center’s flagship Business Incubator program are now employing other women. The WBC also launched psychosocial counseling services and small grant support for women entrepreneurs facing hardships caused by the pandemic.
HIGHLIGHTS ACROSS ASIA
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GovAsia Issue 3 – Barely Staying Afloat: The Impact of Covid-19 on MSMEs in Southeast Asia
August 13, 2021
Leaders on the Frontlines:
Leaders for a Better World
Tuesday, November 9, 2021, 6PM PT