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Economic Growth Support and Poverty Reduction Strategy

Government of Mongolia Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Mongolia 3 July 2003 Policy document development, strategy

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Development framework
The following are the priorities defined in short term within the framework of Mongolian
development goals:
• to deepen the reforms for ensuring macroeconomic stability, and to intensify the
restructuring process;
• to improve the health of the banking and financial sectors;
• to recover and develop national industry, to ensure economic growth through supporting
export oriented industry;
• to support regional as well as rural development, to intensively develop infrastructure;
• to create an equitable environment for ensuring human development, to improve all
levels of education, its quality, health service provision and its accessibility;
• to reduce unemployment and poverty, to generally improve the living standards of
population;
• to ensure sustainable development and ecological balance, to mainstream nature
conservation and environmental policies as priorities within regional socio-economic
development;
• to speed up the land reforms;
• to reduce the air, water and soil pollution in large cities and settlements; to improve the
living environment of the people through the reprocessing of waste;
• to improve governance to ensure human security;
• To create a fair, moral and democratic society that protects concepts of democracy, basic human
rights and the freedom of each citizen;
• To mainstream gender dimensions in poverty interventions to promote gender equality.

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