EIFL in Mongolia

EIFL is currently engaged in Mongolia on copyright related matters and implementation of the Marrakesh Treaty for persons with print disabilities (read more). As a result of our capacity building, the former EIFL copyright librarian now serves as a resource person for EIFL on copyright issues.

EIFL supported the Mongolian Libraries Consortium from 1999 - 2015, and through this partnership, libraries in Mongolia got access to a wide range of scholarly e-resources.

In 2010-2011, EIFL supported public libraries in an innovative pilot project that is contributing to digital inclusion in Mongolia, as 21 rural libraries serve blind and visually impaired people through a talking books service (read more about the innovative service).



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