The National Risk Forum was held at the State Palace on November 20-22, 2023. The Forum aimed to find a collaborative solution and make a concrete contribution to risk management in the public and private sectors, as well as civil society by discussing the social, economic, and disaster risks facing Mongolia, exploring ways to prevent and mitigate these risks, and seeking practical solutions. Jointly organized by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, the National Emergency Management Agency of Mongolia, the Mongolian Agency for Standard Metrology, and the Mandal Financial Group, the Forum brought together over 2400 representatives from government and non-governmental organizations and media in Ulaanbaatar city and 21 aimags, as well as international organizations including UN Food and Agriculture Organization, UNICEF, UN Population Fund, World Health Organization, and Mongolian Red Cross Society.  

The three-day Forum took place with discussions under the topics of “Risk Management and Stability,” “Disaster Preparedness,” “Disaster-Responsive Social Protection,” “Public Health and Safety,” “Food Security,” “Risks and Standards of Construction and Energy Sectors,” and “National Capacity of Disaster Protection.”

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