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IMPLEMENTED PROJECTS (2004-2011) BY MPHPA

No

Activities

Period

Supported organization

Partners

Budget

1

Development of MPH training curriculum

2003-2005

OSI Mongolia

SPH, Mongolia

DPHE, Birmingham University, UK

65 945 USD

2

Development of training modules on basics of PH for primary and secondary level health care providers

2004

OSI Mongolia

Directorate of Medical Services,

Association of Family Doctors, SPH

13 850 USD

3

Translation and printing of a book “New Public Health”

2004

OSI Mongolia

National Center for Health development

10 000 USD

4

Development of training courses on epidemiology and biostatistics

2003

OSI Mongolia

Public Health Institute, Mongolia

 

5

Development of PH Glossary in Mongolian and English languages

2004-2006

OSI

New York

 

10 000 USD

6

Translation and printing of  a book “Health promotion”

2006

OSI

 

8 000 USD

Advocacy on mobilizing funding for alcohol prevention and control measures

Year: 2009

Aim: Advocate on ensuring legal environment for alcohol tax policy to fund alcohol prevention and control measures

Development of national VCT promotion toolkit

Year: 2008-2009

Aim: support the 2008-2009 national HIV VCT promotion campaign by developing a promotion toolkit

Data analysis and report writing of baseline survey on HIV/AIDS among UN Staff in Mongolia

Year: 2008

Aim: Determine ways for better planning and implementation of UN Learning strategy on HIV/AIDS

Rapid needs assessment for comprehensive condom programming in Mongolia

Year: 2007-2008
Aim: assess the needs for the implementation of a comprehensive condom program in the country and to identify priority areas for action

Recommendations for improvement of the ‘Healthy Mongolia’ Program

Project title: Recommendations for improvement of the ‘Healthy Mongolia’ Program  

Year: 2007

Aim: To review the ‘Healthy Mongolia’ program and provide evidence-based, inexpensive recommendations for its improvement that are simple to implement and will provide positive outcomes.

Development of a Public Health Glossary in the Mongolian Language

Project Title: Development of a Public Health Glossary in the Mongolian Language

Year: 2007 

Aim: To develop a glossary of commonly used public health terms, definitions and concepts in Mongolian language for nation wide use

Community Participatory Needs Assessment: training for NGOs affiliated with the National AIDS Foundation, Mongolia

Project Title: Community Participatory Needs Assessment: training for NGOs affiliated with the National AIDS Foundation, Mongolia

Year: 2007 

Aim:  To provide participants with participatory techniques and skills to assist communities in assessing needs to inform program development.

A survey on knowledge, attitude, behavior about STI/HIV/AIDS among Mongolian citizens working in South Korea

Project Title: A survey on knowledge, attitude, behavior about STI/HIV/AIDS among Mongolian citizens working in South Korea

Year: 2007

Aim: The aim of the study was to explore knowledge, attitude, behavior regarding STI/HIV/AIDS as well as to identify information needs and to make recommendations on appropriate interventions for prevention of STI/HIV/AIDS among Mongolian citizens working in South Korea

Mongolia Flagship Program on Health Sector Reform and Sustainable Financing

Project Title: Mongolia Flagship Program on Health Sector Reform and Sustainable Financing 

Year: 2006 and 2007

Aim: To build a constituency of health care decision makers and managers in Mongolia who share common understanding of the challenge and paradigms of health sector reform, and appreciate the advantages and disadvantages of different reform options.

Improvement of Master of Public Health training curriculum

Project Title: Improvement of Master of Public Health training curriculum

Year: 2005-2007

Aim: To develop international standard MPH training curriculum at the SPH Mongolia in collaboration with internationally accredited SPH of a foreign country.

Rapid Situation Analysis of sex work in Ulaanbaatar

Project Title: Rapid Situation Analysis of sex work in Ulaanbaatar

Year: 2006 

Aim: To assess the sex work situation in Ulaanbaatar, to develop maps on locations of sex workers and to make recommendations for further programs on prevention of HIV infection among sex workers and their clients.

Evaluation of the National project on iodine deficiency

Project Title:  Evaluation of the National project on iodine deficiency

Year: 2006 

Aim: To assess the second stage of the Mongolian Government`s National project “To struggle against iodine deficiency” and determine its influence on population health, society and economy.

Ex-post Evaluation Study on Maternal and Child Health Project

Project Title: Ex-post Evaluation Study on Maternal and Child Health Project

Year: 2006 

Aim: To conduct ex-post evaluation on impact and sustainability of the Maternal and Child Health Project funded by the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

Training to improve ethics of family doctors and nurses of Ulaanbaatar city

Project Title:  Training to improve ethics of family doctors and nurses of Ulaanbaatar city

Year: 2006 

Aim: To improve openness, transparency, accountability and ethics and to decrease bureaucracy of family clinics through conducting training for doctors and health workers at some family clinics of UB city

Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices Study on STIS / HIV Among Young People of Mongolia

Project Title: Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices Study on STIS / HIV Among Young People of Mongolia

Year: 2005 

Aim: To assess the level of knowledge, attitudes and practices on STIs/HIV among young people aged 15-24 years

To give skills to people with mental disability to participate in social life

Project Title: To give skills to people with mental disability to participate in social life

Year: 2005-2006 

Aim:  To help to improve life quality of people with mental disability by decreasing social discrimination and increasing their participation in social life through family clinics

Developing the Management Tool Kit for the National Reproductive Health Programme

Project Title: Developing the Management Tool Kit for the National Reproductive Health Programme

Year: 2004 

Aim: To provide technical assistance in development of a toolkit to support the National reproductive health programme

Assessment of the Conformity of National Policies with the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in Mongolia

Project Title: Assessment of the Conformity of National Policies with the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in Mongolia

Year: 2006 

Investigators: Mashbadrakh Baasanjav MD, Tugsdelger Sovd MD MPH, Knongorzul Byambajav MPH, Tumurbat Byambaa MD MPH.

Development of a basic public health training module for primary and secondary public health care providers

Project Title: Development of a basic public health training module for primary and secondary public health care providers

Year: 2004-05
 

Aim: To improve the capacity of primary and secondary health care providers through the provision of necessary, integrated training modules and ‘train-of-the-trainer’ courses.

Advocacy on the amendment to the Tobacco Control Law of Mongolia

Project Title: Advocacy on the amendment to the Tobacco Control Law of Mongolia

Year: 2003 

Aim: To advocate high level policy and decision makers and the public to support amendments to the Tobacco Control Law to increase price of tobacco products

Assessment of Master of Public Health Training in Mongolia

Project Title: Assessment of Master of Public Health Training in Mongolia 

Year: 2004 

Aim: To assess the current situation of and needs for public health training in Mongolia and to identify strategies for its improvement.

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