Participants take pictures during
the ICA-AP Workshop.
Chairman Enkhbold of MNCA gives her welcome address as
International Participants also gave their respective speeches during the inaugural
covers the ICA-AP
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
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
and other international
With me are Mongolian Cooperative
Leaders with their Mongolian
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
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
The population of livestock in Mongolia such as horses, sheep,
and cows is 3-4 times bigger than the population of the said
Horses, sheep, and cows
freely feeds grass in the fields
I had the chance to
listen from the
presentation of rural
in Mongolia during the
second day of ICA-AP
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
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.
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
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