11-11 center continues to receive calls about social concerns


The “11 11″ governmental hotline received messages from 1,085 people this week.
Sixty-six percent of the calls and messages were focused on social issues. Some callers inquired about hospitals with cervical cancer treatment available, and others complained about the poor quality of medicine provided through the health insurance fund.
Pensioners, on the occasion of the Lunar New Year, asked about the possibility of issuing their pensions before the celebration. Some 350 people were interested in the capital city’s issues, complaining about a delay in welfare allowances and the recent increase in bus ticket prices.
The New Government for Changes of Mongolia is implementing a number of projects to involve its citizens in the government’s activities and being more open to public dialogue. The public government contact center opened its doors on October 13, 2012. The 11-11 center is designed to provide feedback and information to the government about the effectiveness of public services and concerns.

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