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U.S. Embassy in Ulaanbaatar Is Helping Advance Entrepreneurship Education and Curriculum Development in Mongolia

U.S. Embassy in Ulaanbaatar is helping advance entrepreneurship education and curriculum development in Mongolia by donating six 1-year licenses for SimVenture, a software simulation game that teaches entrepreneurship skills, to the School of Business at the National University of Mongolia (NUM).  The School of Business was launched in 2013 as a result of the merger ...
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Mongolian Leaders Visited United States to Advance New Disability Rights Legislation

Seven Mongolian leaders, including Minister S. Erdene of the Ministry of Population Development and Social Protection, members of Parliament, and leaders of disability rights non-governmental organizations, spent two weeks in the United States exploring the legal and regulatory framework that supports the rights of persons with disabilities.  This exchange program allowed the delegation to draw ...
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Ambassador Campbell Speaks at Alumni Distinguished Speaker Series

After kicking off the New Year with the lecture of the renowned author and political analyst of Mongolia in January, the Distinguished Speaker Series project continued in February with a captivating discussion on career development and women participation with Ambassador Piper Campbell, a senior career Foreign Service Officer. On Friday, February 27, Ms. Campbell shared ...
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Press Release on U.S. Citizen Justin Kaplas’ Pardoning

We have seen the reports that on February 26th, 2015, President Elbegdorj issued an official pardon to the three defendants in the South Gobi Sands trial, including American citizen Justin Kapla.  We appreciate President Elbegdorj’s action. Mr. Kapla’s lawyers have confirmed that he has been released from detention.  We understand that resolution of this case ...
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Mongolian Leaders Visit United States to Advance New Disability Rights Legislation

Seven Mongolian leaders, including the Minister of Population Development and Social Protection, members of Parliament, and leaders of disability rights organizations, will spend two weeks in the United States exploring the legal and regulatory framework that supports the rights of persons with disabilities. This two-way Professional Fellows On-Demand exchange program will allow the delegation to ...
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