Within the framework of “Social health insurance reform” project which is implemented in close collaboration with the Social Insurance General Office (SIGO) and German Development Agency (GIZ) provided a consulting services on development of social promotion program of health insurance. This consultancy service consisted from:
The NGO staff is recruited by the Swiss Development Agency funded “Livestock health” project to assist in implementation of the following tasks:
• Translation of 21 days training on epidemiology
• Development of research protocol to study sero-monitoring of livestock mass vaccination in Central region of Mongolia in Mongolian and English
• Provision of technical support for research team in field work
• Analysis of collected data
• Preparation of final reports
The CIRDI CCGHR HIA Program is designed to build capacity for public officials and knowledge users to manage the public health and health system implications of extractive industry activities in order to contribute to social and economic growth and sustainable development. The program’s overarching objective is to create capacity for implementing, managing and evaluating health impact assessments within EIAs.
The Third Health Sector Development Project (THSDP) of the Asia Development Bank (ADB) in Mongolia supports the 2006-2008 Country Strategy and Program pillar of inclusive social development and is included in the ADB's Mongolia Country Strategy Program and Update (2007-2009). The impact of the Project is improved health status and quality of life for the population of Mongolia.
The aim is to launch an advocacy and information campaign, about core concepts and benefits of the primary care reform.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in Mongolia has implemented Sustained Poverty Reduction through Agricultural Development (SPADE) project in 7 soums of Zavkhan aimag since 2008.
In December 2012, the research team of Leading Researchers NGO has been engaged by ADRA to conduct impact evaluation of the SPADE project.
FLOM has implemented “Information Society” project in Zavkhan aimag, involving Governor’s office, Education and Cultural Department, Universities and secondary schools.
The main purpose of the project was to provide information and technological education to staff of government and non-governmental organizations, organization of training for preparation of trainers.
Within the framework of “Social health insurance reform” project which is implemented in close collaboration with the Social Insurance General Office (SIGO) and German Development Agency (GIZ) provided a consulting services on development of social promotion program of health insurance.
By the request of the Mongolian Public Health Professionals Association, the “Leading Researchers’” conducted an assessment of selected non-government organizations of Mongolia.
Assisted in organizing the nationwide trainings for primary school teachers to use information and communications technologies within the framework of “Fast track initiative – Education for all” of the World Bank and the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science of Mongolia (May-December, 2009).
Assisted in the Mongolian-Korean joint project “Medical healthcare services to poor and low-income families and people” (August, 2010 and August, 2011).
Organized and conducted trainings on capacity building of local volunteers (October, 2011- until present)
Conducted the comprehensive study on organizational capacity of non-governmental organizations engaged in the public health sector commissioned by the Mongolian Public Health Professionals’ Association (March-June, 2011).
Provided facilitation services for the German GOPA organization (consultant organization for the vocational education and training project funded by Millennium Challenge Account of the U.S.A.) to organize a coordination meeting of stakeholders in provision of vocational education and training in Mongolia.
Provided consultancy for the Mongolian Family Welfare Association to develop TV programs to promote sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Commissioned by the Colombo plan of the U.S. State Department to attend the 9th Asian Youth Congress in Osaka, Japan (July, 2012) and roll out national implementation of “Drug free Asia” program in Mongolia.
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