News & Events

Ambassador Campbell to Deliver Opening Address at Building Resilience of Mongolian Rangelands Conference

On June 9, Ambassador Piper Anne Wind Campbell will address the first interdisciplinary and international scientific conference on rangeland science ever to be organized in Mongolia. The two-day conference “Building Resilience of Mongolian Rangelands,” sponsored in part by the U.S. Embassy, unites researchers from the physical, biological and social sciences to discuss the complex issues ... Read More»

Civil Military Emergency Preparedness Program SLS Workshop

On May 26-27, instructors from CFE-DMHA and U.S. Pacific Command held a Civil-Military Emergency Preparedness Senior Leader Seminar (SLS) Workshop in Ulaanbaatar. Sixteen leaders from eight organizations and agencies of the Government of Mongolia attended the SLS workshop, including representatives from the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and Mongolian Armed Forces (MAF). Activities from the ... Read More»

USAID Launches New Disaster Risk Reduction Projects

On June 4 at the U.S. Embassy in Ulaanbaatar, Ambassador Piper Campbell and senior officials from USAID, Mercy Corps, and the National Institute of Mongolia — held an official ceremony to launch two disaster risk reduction projects to assist Mongolia in preparation for natural disasters.  Ambassador Campbell opened the ceremony by noting, “Disaster risk reduction ... Read More»

Fourth Mongolian Admitted to the United States Military Academy at West Point Class of 2019

On June 2, 2015, Ambassador Campbell presented M. Ariunbold with his United States Military Academy Admissions Acceptance Certificate for the class of 2019. He will be one of 60 non-U.S. cadets at the Academy, and is the fourth Mongolian to be admitted to West Point. The U.S. Embassy in Mongolia announces the application process to ... Read More»