Results
FEATURED
A project helped improve Mongolia's capacity to detect and respond to Avian & Human Influenza and other infectious diseases.

RECENT RESULTS
Between 2007 and 2013, the Rural Education and Development (READ) Project made learning materials available in rural Mongolia by establishing 3,560 classroom libraries in all 383 rural primary schools.
Electricity access must be reliable to reduce poverty and environmentally and socially sound to be sustainable.
EITI promotes transparency, good governance, and accountability in the use of oil, gas, and mining revenues in resource-rich countries.
The World Bank promotes policies and programs around mining that strengthen governance and environmental performance.
Community-driven development gives control of development decisions and resources to community groups and has been a key operational strategy for the World Bank.
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human consumption wells have been built
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Evaluation

Renewable Energy for Rural Access Project (REAP)

The project increased access to electricity and improved reliability of electricity service among the herder population and in off-grid soum (district) centers.