How Telecommunications Changed the Lives of Herders in Mongolia
October 20, 2014
In 2005, less than 30% of soum centers (villages) in rural Mongolia had reliable telecommunications. By 2013, 100% had access to modern phone and Internet services. Take a look at how the lives of Mongolian herders have been changed by this.
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