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Mongolian MDGs Media Project Key Facts At-a-glance Infographic 2005

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Data and statistics on Mongolia’s media environment as of 2005. Compiled for a report on the fast-changing television and film production sector in the country and what role they could play in advancing the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
13.9%
percent of population living
on less than $1 a day
50.0%
percent of population living
on less than $2 a day
36.3%
national poverty rate
38.5%
poverty rate, urban
population
33
GINI coefficient
Source:
Development Data Group,
The World Bank, 2002
Mongolian Media Project
Key Facts At-a-glance
110.5
2003
Incidence of STIs
in Mongolia (per 100,000)
among pregnant women (31%)
among sex workers (2/3)
125
1999
131
2000
142
2001
152
2002
155
2003
Source:
Yearly TB reports to NCCD,
Mongolia
1999-2003
Incidence of TB
in Mongolia (per 100,000)
MDG targets
Mongolia in 2000 versus MDG 2015
35%
poverty
Mongolia
12%
underweight children
91%
universal primary education
12%
promote gender equality and empower women
percentage of seats held by women in Parliament
42
reduce child mortality for under fives
158
improve maternal health - maternal mortality rate
125
combat STIs/HIV/AIDS and TB
TB prevalence rate (per 100,000)
13%
ensure environmental sustainability
land protected to maintain biological diversity
60%
access to clean water
Source: Implementation of the Millennium Development Goals
in Mongolia: National Report, 2004
18%
MDG
6%
100%
45%
29
50
75
30%
80%
Size
1,566,500 m2
three times the size of France
number of TV sets 232 000
number of functioning movie theatres 1
Source: MNTV, Press Institute
literacy rate 98.0%
potential TV viewers 986 000
average TV watching time
3 to 4 hours
UN Mongolia
Country Team
UNDP
UNICEF
UNFPA
UNV
UNHCR
UNESCO
WHO
ADB
World Bank
IMF
Population
2.45 million
2003
1/3 still live under the poverty line
only half have access to
clean drinking water
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