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22 November 2019
There is no doubt that antimicrobial resistance is a growing problem in Mongolia and the rest of the world. In fact, Mongolia is the most prolific user of antimicrobial according to a recent WHO study that surveyed 65 countries (source). Nevertheless, the problem goes beyond the human health sector: In...
18 November 2019
Mongolia’s population is among the most prolific users of antimicrobials. According to a recent WHO study, Mongolia is at the top of 65 surveyed countries by having on average 65 people out of a 1000 on antimicrobials on any given day (Report). While antimicrobials were the major medical revolution in...
18 November 2019
WAAW is held annually in November from 2015 onwards to tackle the growing challenge of resistance to antibiotics and other antimicrobial medicines. WAAW aims to increase awareness of global antibiotic resistance and to encourage best practices among the general public, health workers, farmers and policy makers to avoid the further...
11 November 2019
In accordance to the Animal Health Law approved in 2017, each soum has appointed a veterinary epidemiologist, whose main role is to monitor, investigate and report the disease situation and to organize control measures when an infectious disease is outbreaks. In case of FMD and PPR, s/he should be able...
08 November 2019
Five-day training workshop on Food Security SDG Indicators of 2.1.1- Prevalence of Undernourishment (PoU) & 2.1.2- Prevalence of moderate and severe food insecurity based on (FIES) has been organized successfully at National Statistics Office of Mongolia (NSO). Mr. Sattar Abdul, Statistician from the FAO HQ in Rome has led the training and...
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