With the topic “Mongol studies and sustainable development”, the 11th International Congress of Mongolists successfully took place on August 15-18 in Ulaanbaatar under auspices of the Mongolian President Elbegdorj.
These days Mongolia is hosting ASEM consultative meeting on food security. Three key topics are addressed at the meeting, particularly, the food industry, the food safety and the nutrition.
Every month Mongolia gives MNT 20 000 to children under the age of 16. At the end of year 2015, a total of 1 million children have been receiving monthly allowances of MNT 20,000 each. Between 2012 and 2015, 127 kindergartens with 12,735 beds, 79 schools for 37, 760 students, 39 dormitories with 4,160 beds and 33 school sport halls were commissioned nationwide which created for children wider access to pre-school and school education.
Japan’s Nagoya University professor, Nobel laureate Mr Amano Hiroshi who is invited by Minister of Education, Culture and Sciences Mr L.Gantomor, has arrived in Mongolia.
The President of Mongolia Mr Elbegdorj received Tuesday scholars and researchers of the Stanford University. At the meeting, professors, teachers and researchers of the university asked questions related to Mongolia’s democratic transition, path toward success, way of life, market economy, society, livestock farming and other interestedissues.
The Embassy of Mongolia in Washington is participating in Washington Performing Arts’ Embassy adoption program in the academic years of 2015-2016 and working with McKinley STEM Middle School to promote and share Mongolian culture and history under its sixth grade Social Studies curriculum.
Four plastic-bottle-objects are hanging now in the Entrance hall of the German-Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology. They were designed and built by 9 engineering-students of GMIT /The German-Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology/ and 9 design-students of the School of Fine Arts/Mongolian State University of Arts and Culture during April until September 2015.