Australian assistance to Mongolia


Australia will provide $1 million in assistance to Mongolia following the adverse humanitarian situation caused by severe weather conditions.

Extreme winter temperatures have affected the country since the end of December 2009 and follow a recent drought. Together these extremes have caused the deaths of more than 450,000 livestock and threatened the livelihoods of Mongolian herders.

The crisis is affecting pregnant women and children vulnerable to disease outbreaks and malnutrition.

The Government of Mongolia has appealed for food, medicines, heating supplies, and funds to buy food for livestock.

Australian officials are working with the Government of Mongolia, the United Nations, and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent movement to respond to the crisis. We will channel our assistance through the UN and humanitarian agencies who can respond quickly on the ground in Mongolia.

Sourc:Government of Australia; Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)

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