The Integrated Geospatial Information Framework was approved at the eighth meeting of the UN Advisory Committee on Global Spatial Information Management.
In order to implement this document at the national level, the Advisory Committee decided to implement the "Strengthening geospatial information management in developing countries towards implementing the 2030 Agenda" project by selecting six developing countries in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific region for a period of three years until 2021. The fact that Mongolia was selected as one of the six countries was a beneficial event to build the national spatial data infrastructure and leverage the activities of expanding the use of spatial data.
In accordance with the national characteristics of the country chosen to implement the project, how to create opportunities to integrate spatial data and statistical data, to exchange, share and distribute information, how to improve operational mechanisms, how to strengthen national spatial data management capabilities, innovative and ready spatial data , the goal of the project is to provide professional and methodological advice and empower them on how to increase accessibility.
The Agency, in cooperation with the World bank and UN-GGIM, started implementing the 1819D project "Strengthening geospatial information management in developing countries towards implementing the 2030 Agenda"-1819D from December 2018. For our country, the stage of research and analysis of needs has been completed successfully.