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Global Study on Child Poverty and Disparities in Mongolia

Global Study on Child Poverty and Disparities in Mongolia

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Global Study on Child Poverty and Disparities in Mongolia

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  1. Global Study on Child Poverty and Disparities in Mongolia

  2. Progress of the study - 1 • Administration and coordination: • Agreed with government on study coordination • UNICEF technical and financial support • Research implementing agency – Centre for Social Development, Mongolia

  3. Progress of the study - 2 • Administration and coordination: • Steering committee chaired by the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office • Deputy Prime Minister’s Office • Cabinet Secretariat • Sectoral ministries incl Education, Health, Social welfare and Justice • National Authority for Children • National Human Rights Commission • Civil Society representatives and • Observers form international agencies inc UNDP, WB, ADB, WHO, SC (UK), UNFPA

  4. Progress of the study - 3 • Activities: • Consultative meetings between Government, research team and UNICEF • Created information database (about 300 entries) • Laws of Mongolia focusing children • Policy and Strategy documents • Government Action plans • Government National programs • Various donor agency documents • Survey and study reports • Statistical information and data

  5. Progress of the study - 4 • Activities (cont.): • Development of Policy Template • Review of the laws, policies, strategies and national programs • Matrix of government national programs and strategies drafted • Sectoral consultative meetings • Development of Statistical Template • Consulted and identified major indicators for each sector • Statistical tables drafted (based on LSMS/HIES and administative statistics) • Consultation meetings with children and parents

  6. Challenges • Data quality and inconsistency across provinces and regions • Lack of transparency and accessibility of Government statistics and information • Discrepancies of sources

  7. Thank you for your attention!