The National Statistical Office has abundant history and experience of cooperating with United Nations and its specialized organizations since Mongolia joined the UN in 1961.
From 1992 Mongolia joined international banking and financial organizations namely, International Monetary Fund, World Bank and Asian Development Bank. It was opened new opportunities and created favorable conditions of cooperating in statistics at the international level.
Mr. P.Byambatseren Chairman of the NSO of Mongolia, with Mr.Paul Cheung, Director, UN Statistics Division, 2008.6.3
"Seminar on Labor Force Survey - Key findings" funded by the Asian Development Bank, Ulaanbaatar, 2004.07.28
The NSO has regular collaborations with United Nations Development Program (UNDP), UNFPA, United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFE), United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and United Nations Industry Development Organization (UNIDO), International Labour Organization (ILO), European Commission (EC) and EUROSTAT.
In implementing its international cooperation program, the NSO is participating in international conferences and overseas study tours. Furthermore, consulting services by international organizations provide in improving statistical system of Mongolia. Joint statistical large scale sample surveys such as "Living Standard Measurement Survey", "Reproductive Health Survey", "Labour Force Survey", and "Time Use Survey" have been conducted under the assistance of international organizations.