Mongolian woman wins UNESCO writing competition


The UNESCO Office in Bangkok and Tokyo Institute of Technology jointly announced an e-contest themed “Skill for better life” among students and teachers in Asian Pacific countries from August to December, 2013.
Mongolian teacher Ts.Urantsetseg won the competition through her article titled “Secrets of being healthy and happy” and received an award from the UNESCO Office in Bangkok on March 27.
Ts.Urantsetseg’s award for best article was handed to her by Barbara Trzmiel, program assistant of the UNESCO Office in Bangkok.
Ts.Urantsetseg has been working in the education sector of Bulgan Province for 34 years.
The competition received 198 materials including essays and videos from over 19 countries.
Ts.Urantsetseg is the second Mongolian woman who received the prize from UNESCO.

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