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Ica ap workshop in mongolia

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    • In collaboration with Ministry of Labour, Government of Mongolia and Mongolia Cooperative Alliance 1 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia June 3-7, 2013
    • Inaugural Session (June 4)
    • Participants take pictures during the ICA-AP Workshop.
    • Chairman Enkhbold of MNCA gives her welcome address as participants listen.
    • International Participants also gave their respective speeches during the inaugural session.
    • National Media from Mongolia covers the ICA-AP Workshop.
    • During the first international ICA-AP Workshop, it was discussed that Mongolia has increased the participation of women. Also, the government has provided livelihood programs for women whom are cooperative members.
    • In connection with the women involvement and leadership in cooperative development, 54 % of total population of Mongolia is women, therefore, promotion of enterprises is equal to men and women.
    • I had the chance to be photographed with the Mongolian Parliamentary members and other international participants.
    • With me are Mongolian Cooperative Leaders with their Mongolian national attire.
    • As a Vice chairperson of Women’s Committee of ICA-AP, I was given the floor to discussed the NATCCO Gender and Development to the participants of the event.
    • There are a total of 40 participants who attended the Inaugural Session of the ICA-AP Workshop. One from the Philippines, two from ICA-AP, China, Nepal and India. Four from Indonesia and twenty seven from Mongolia.
    • June 5, 2013 Rural Cooperative VISIT
    • I and the leaders from Mongolian Cooperative Alliance posed for a photo in front of Continental Hotel.
    • This is the inside look of our bus with the participants of ICA-AP Workshop when we visited rural cooperatives in Mongolia.
    • The population of livestock in Mongolia such as horses, sheep, and cows is 3-4 times bigger than the population of the said country.
    • Horses, sheep, and cows freely feeds grass in the fields of Mongolia.
    • I had the chance to listen from the presentation of rural community cooperative in Mongolia during the second day of ICA-AP Workshop.
    • This is a toilet where native Mongols from rural communities use for their necessities. It is made of wood.
    • We had a group picture with the members of the rural community multi-purpose cooperatives during our rural visit in Mongolia.
    • This multi-purpose from rural community in Mongolia displays their dairy products and leather shoes.
    • Rural Community Cooperative awards cooperative leaders among the participants of ICA-AP workshop in Mongolia.
    • After the program, we had another group picture with the participants and the members of rural community multi-purpose cooperative.
    • BELIEVE YOUR EYES: This is a gasoline station based at rural areas or village in Mongolia.
    • This is what village looks like from rural areas which Mongols live.
    • The landscapes and mountains in Mongolia are filled with livestock like horses, sheep, and cows.
    • This aren’t mushrooms. This are the traditional houses in Mongolia.
    • We rode this bus during our rural cooperative visit. We had the chance to watch a rodeo which is competed by the Mongols.
    • We were able to taste the delicacies of Mongols from rural community as we waited for the rodeo competitors prepare for the competition.
    • Rodeo is an exhibition or contest in which cowboys show their skill at riding broncos, roping calves, wrestling steers, etc.
    • The competition is composed of 2 teams. I witnessed the dedication of Mongols in this kind of event.
    • After the competition, the score is tied. As a result, representative from each team wrestled to determine who’ll win the said event. Mongolian wrestling is another tradition being performed by the Mongols.
    • The team who won the competition was awarded (with medal and certificate) from the organizers of the said event.
    • Sight seeing
    • Mongolia has a remarkable history. Its landmarks represent the different historical events in the country. The government and its people has nicely preserved its culture and tradition.
    • There are lots of facade that shows tremendous architecture and engineering. We were overwhelmed together with Savitri Singh of ICA- AP.
    • This is the House of Parliament where the monument of Chinggis Khaan whom considered the “Father of Mongols” is placed. It is the central figure of the national Mongolian identity.
    • Mongolia is a developing country. Its growth is seen on the numerous building constructions around its capital.
    • One of the famous brand in the world is the Louis Vuitton and I had the chance to explore the building.
    • I also set foot on the Mongolian Stock Exchange.
    • Departure