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  • Up-to-the-minute: Announcement of new projects in partnership with the World Bank and Emory University.



    "Consulting Services for evidence-based public health risk assessment and development of WASH Behavior Change Communication Strategy and Action Plans for Soum Centers" project has kick-started.

    We are excited to announce our brand-new collaboration with Emory University in the United States to implement the "Consulting Services for evidence-based public health risk assessment and development of WASH Behavior Change Communication Strategy and Action Plans for Soum Centers" project. This project is part of the larger "Accelerating Sanitation for All Across Asia and the Pacific" project, which is supported by the Asian Development Bank. The main goal of the project is to assist government organizations in making informed decisions to improve WASH and sanitation projects, infrastructure, investment, and services. 

    In mid-November, we received representatives from Emory University, including Ms. Sarah Durry, WASH Behavior Change Communication Specialist, and Ms. Suraja Raj, Associate Director of Research Projects. At World Vision International Mongolia, we conducted official meetings with our representatives, project partners and other affiliated parties to gain insight into the water and sanitation issues within the community. 

    The project team introduced the project, provided information on the evaluation and monitoring methodology, and discussed the criteria for selecting project target areas with officials from the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Construction and Urban Development. 

    In addition to these official meetings, we also visited the National Reference Laboratory (NRL) on Food Safety to learn about their operations. 

    The project team also took a field trip to the Zuunmod and Sergelen soums in the Tuv province to observe the current sanitation situation, visit the local laboratory, and better understand the behavior of the local communities. 


    "Outreach activities for Kazakh people in Bayan-Ulgii and Khovd Aimags" measure has begun.


    "Outreach activities for Kazakh people in Bayan-Ulgii and Khovd Aimags" are part of the service measures within the framework of the project World Bank financed “Mongolia Covid-19 Emergency Response and Health System Preparedness Project," implemented by the Ministry of Health. These activities began on November 01, 2023, and will be implemented for a period of 6 months. The official opening of the project was organized by the World Vision Mongolia Organization. The online meeting was attended by the project implementation unit (PIU), working groups from Bayan-Ulgii and Khovd provinces, local government partner organizations, and representatives from CSOs.

    During the meeting, Ms. Delgerzul, the coordinator of the 1st component of the "Mongolia Covid-19 Emergency Response and Health System Preparedness Project," gave a detailed presentation about the project. Additionally, the consultant team from World Vision Mongolia and the National Cancer Scientific Center shared information about the project.

    Furthermore, Governor of Bayan-Ulgii Province Mr. Kameliyat and Senior Specialist of the Social Policy Department of Khovd Province Mr. Dorj expressed their support and cooperation for the project during the meeting.

    This measure, which aims to strengthen the capacity of people living in remote areas on epidemic prevention and control, will be implemented for 6 months starting from November 2023. The World Bank financed “Mongolia Covid-19 Emergency Response and Health System Preparedness Project" has started in April 2020 and is still under implementation phase. Under the measure focused to Bayan-Ulgii and Khovd where minority population of Kazakhs and Tuva ethnic groups, especially vulnerable groups including PWD, illiterate, pregnant, children, elderly and who need special care live, World Vision International Mongolia will provide capacity to local Emergency Commission to strengthen the capacity and knowledge of the target community members in developing an effective risk communication strategy for pandemic prevention and response. 


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