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Mongolia

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Basketball Tournament- ALL AUSTRALIAN ALUMNI

The Embassy of Australia and Mozzies Association are pleased to invite you to attend annual Australian Alumni basketball tournament which will be held at Naadam Club Sport hall on Saturday, October 20. You are invited to attend this event to play for or cheer your favourite team(s). For more details on the tournament please contact Mr Tamir (Board Member of Mozzie’s Association) at tamir@gent.mn or at 99111183.  Information on the venue is available at this link http://network.mn/product/771. Feel free to pass on this invitation to other alumni as the tournament is open for all Australian alumni.  

 

NCAV implemented "Futures without Violence" project successfully 

With the grant of Australia's Direct Aid Fund, the National Centre Against Violence has improved the conditions and access of services at the shelter for victims of domestic violence. 

 

Australia Future Unlimited Education Exhibition 2018 

The Australia Future Unlimited Education Exhibition (AFUEE) is the premier education event organised by the Australian Government in Mongolia annually is now here!

 

Eight organisations received DAP funding for 2018-19

The National Emergency Management Agency will i) establish volunteer firefighting groups in the soums of  Selenge and Khentii provinces and provide training and tools and equipment;

 

Visit to Mongolia to attend the Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction

Senator the Hon. Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, Minister for International Development and the Pacific, will attend the Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (AMCDRR) in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, from 3 and 6 July 2018.

 

Australia's Great Bark Artists' exhibition tours Darkhan-Uul Province

"Old Masters: Australia's Great Bark Artists" international touring exhibition opens in Darkhan-Uul Province Museum between 20 November and 20 December 2017.

 

Australia shares disability inclusiveness policy and practices with Mongolia

The Australian Government is committed to improving the quality of life of people with disabilities in developing countries.

 

Ten organisations received Direct Aid Program funding for FY2017-18

Ten out of well over 500 applicants for Australia’s Direct Aid Program (DAP) will receive the funding that totals AUD240 thousand in 2017 and 2018.

 

Mongolia Launches Its First Geological Metadata System

The Mineral Resource and Petroleum Authority of Mongolia launched Mongolia’s first Geological Metadata Catalogue System with financial and technical support from the Australian Government.

 

2017-18 Direct Aid Program (DAP) small grants scheme - Outcome

Congratulations to the 10 organisations selected for funding under the 2017-18 Direct Aid Program in Mongolia, and a thank you to the record number of organisations applying for DAP grants. Applications were generally of high quality and the process was very competitive. A full list of successful projects and feedback to unsuccessful applicants can be found here.

 

Australia’s Consular Strategy 2017-2019

Minister for Foreign Affairs, The Hon Julie Bishop MP, has launched the Australia Government’s Consular Strategy 2017-19, which will guide Australia’s consular priorities for the next three years and ensure our service maintains world’s best practice. 

 

Ambassador Paid a Courtesy Call on President

Am­bassador Langtry congratulated the Presi­dent on his election, and handed over a congratulatory letter from Australian Gov­ernor-General Peter Cosgrove. 

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