Blue Sky Bulletin Issue Number 10: Internal Newsletter of UNDP's Partnership for Progress in Mongolia: Internal Newsletter of UNDP's Partnership for Progress in Mongolia
First launched in 1997, Blue Sky Bulletin was the monthly newsletter for the United Nations mission in Mongolia.
In this issue: the youth of One World, the Mongolian rock and pop book, and the internet revolution on the steppe.
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Internal Newsletter of UNDP's Partnership for Progress in Mongolia David South, Editor. UN Population Fund gets new boss ... The Mongolian government has decided not to issue permits for commercial hunting of gazelle this winter.
A joint Mongolian/ Korean team confirmed the national wisdom of using mare's milk for treating stomach and ... The plethora of donor agencies and diplomatic missions in Mongolia has led to concerns over the government's ability to ...
Mongolians have even garnered the attention of the foreign press, including a November article in the New York Times Magazine, calling the country the youngest in the world. On an average Friday night at the Top Ten Disco, government ...
UNDP and the Government of Mongolia have established walk-in, public access Internet centres around the country, called Citizen's Information Service Centers. Unfortunately, their profile is low. And the services don't come cheap: fees ...
This question is being hotly debated by Mongolian Parliamentarians, with the population now exceeding 2.4 million. ... The government and the Health and Social Welfare Ministry should concentrate on guaranteeing health security.