This report discusses the findings from CHIP's research on rural-urban migration and children's access to education in Mongolia. It suggests that unless the impacts of migration are considered more systematically, national goals on access to education will not be met. This will require both a number of education sector-specific actions, which are outlined, and a series of other broader anti-poverty and other development policy measures.
Batbaatar, M., Bold, T., Marshall, J., Oyuntsetseg, D., Tamir, C., Tumennast ,G. (2005) CHIP Report 17: Children on the move: Rural-urban migration and access to education in Mongolia. Childhood Poverty Research and Policy Centre (CHIP), London, UK, ISBN: 1-904922-18-X, 77 pp.