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19 Oct 2017 description

This revised Emergency Appeal seeks a total of 856,387 Swiss francs (increased from 655,512 Swiss Francs) to enable the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to support the Mongolian Red Cross Society (MRCS) to deliver assistance and support to some 11,264 people for 13 months (increased from 10 months) with a focus on health; livelihoods, nutrition, food security; shelter (including household needs), disaster risk reduction (DRR) and National Society capacity building.

16 Oct 2017 description
report Mercy Corps

Mongolia is a story of extremes, and how it wears on Batsaikhan depends on the season. In June, grass carpets the steppe to the edge of every horizon. It’s herding weather, clear and mild, and from the back of a horse his way of life looks limitless.

13 Sep 2017 description


  • Due to a prolonged drought, the 2017 wheat output is estimated to drop by almost 50 percent from last year’s near-average output. Production of other food crops, such as potatoes, barley, oats and vegetables, also has been severely affected.

  • Limited fodder availability and pasture access in drought-affected areas raises serious concerns for the livestock sector in the forthcoming winter months.

  • Cereal import requirements in the 2017/18 marketing year forecast to rise sharply.

12 Sep 2017 description


  • Wheat output in 2017 is forecast to decrease considerably from last year’s level due to dry weather

  • Wheat import requirements in 2017/18 marketing year are forecast to sharply increase from previous year’s high level

  • Prices of beef and mutton increased seasonally in recent months

Wheat output in 2017 forecast to fall from last year’s above-average level due to dry weather

05 Sep 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

By Ariunzaya Davaa

Twin boys Tseveensuren and Tsendsuren, aged two and a half, are all smiles as they don their cool new sunglasses. Tseveensuren, the older of the two, gently puts his arm around his little brother’s shoulders as they pose for the camera.

Their mother Otgonsuren, 37, is a single parent who also takes care of her elderly mother. “My boys are like two peas in a pod”, she says, kissing them both on the cheek. “They like the same things and do everything together. And they’re so energetic and active, they don’t sit still for a moment!”

31 Aug 2017 description

This operation update n° 2 gives an account of the humanitarian situation and the response carried out by the Mongolian Red Cross Society (MRCS) during the period between 2 January to 30 June 2017, as per emergency plan of action (EPOA) with the support of IFRC to meet the needs of families affected by severe winter conditions, locally known as Dzud, in Mongolia.


28 Jul 2017 description

by Reuters
Friday, 28 July 2017 08:11 GMT

Authorities are also dealing with wildfires in Mongolia's fragile steppe and desert environment

ULAANBAATAR, July 28 (Reuters) - Mongolia has suspended grain exports with as much as a third of its farmland suffering from severe drought after temperatures last month rose to the highest in more than half a century, agricultural officials said.

Read more on the Thomson Reuters Foundation

01 Jul 2017 description

Date of Issue: 1 July 2017

Operation start date: 15 January 2016

Operation end date: 28 February 2017

Description of the disaster

09 Jun 2017 description

By Gabrielle Emery

A new and revitalised legal base for disaster risk reduction and response has emerged in Mongolia, with the recent passage of the revised Disaster Protection Law. The new disaster law was passed by Mongolia’s Parliament, the Great Khural, and serves to strengthen Mongolia’s governance framework for disasters. It also ushers in a more contemporary approach to disaster management, moving the country from a reactive response paradigm to one which is proactive and works to prevent and reduce the risk of disasters on people, livestock and the environment.

08 Jun 2017 description
report UN Population Fund
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2016 marked the last year and successful conclusion of the UNFPA’s 5th Country Programme 2012-2016 for Mongolia. The successful completion of the Country Programme coincided with the closing of a decade long of support to Mongolia in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). In particular, MDG 3: Equal rights for women and men, MDG 5: Reducing maternal mortality, and MDG 6: Combating HIV/AIDS. In 2015, Mongolia succeeded to become one of the only 9 countries that successfully met the target to reduce maternal mortality by 2/3.

31 May 2017 description

Date of Issue: 31 May 2017

Operation start date: 15 January 2016

Operation end date: 28 February 2017

Description of the disaster