Ulaanbaatar/MONTSAME/. In framework of the UNDP’s
Environmental Governance Programme, a country report of Mongolia ‘Women and the
Mine of the Future’ has been published in Mongolian language. The information
of this research is very valuable as it compiles the basic gender data in
Mongolia’s mining industry for the last 10 years (2010-2020).

A gender baseline study is being conducted in 12 countries
to assess the impact of mining industry development trends and supply chains on
women in the industry. This research project was carried out by the
Environmental Governance Program in collaboration with the Intergovernmental
Forum on Mining, Minerals, Metals and Sustainable Development (IGF), the
International Labor Organization (ILO), and the International Women’s Network
in Mining (IWiM) in Mongolia. The national baseline study of Mongolia was
carried out by the researchers of the Council for Sustainable Development and
Social Responsibility (CSS).

Containing a lot of important numerical data that has not
been seen before, the study report will be presented and distributed during the
‘Mining Week-202’” event to be held in September.