The development of the Fine Arts Zanabazar Museum is part of the larger “UNESCO Programme for the Preservation of Endangered Movable Cultural Properties and Museum Development ” , initiated in October 2003 with main funding provided by the US Government. Least-developed countries, low income countries, and countries in transition are the target beneficiaries with UNESCO seeking to develop international and intra-regional cooperation for sustainable preservation of cultural heritage and for museum development. The programme provides on-site and in-service training opportunities designed to enhance the skills national and local museum staff. Projects are worldwide with several ongoing in the Asian region including: “ The Preservation of the Endangered Collection in the National Museum in Kabul , Afghanistan ”, and “The Preservation of Endangered Cultural Assets of Tajikistan ”.
The Mongolian component of this Programme is the Zanabazar Museum Project for Museum Development and Preservation of Endangered Cultural Assets, which started in 2004. The Project seeks to improve specific aspects of the Fine Arts Zanabazar Museum. Four /changed- “ three” areas in particular are being addressed:
The Project, together with the commitment of the museum staff, specialist advisors and UNESCO, will not only improve on technical aspects of museum functions, exhibitions and displays, but will also offer the general public an enriched environment for experiencing the artistic works of Mongolia’s distinct cultural heritage.
SECURITY AT MUSEUMS
МУЗЕЙН АЮУЛГҮЙ БАЙДАЛ
The Trainer’s Manual - Running a Museum: A Practical Handbook
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ГАМШГИЙН ЭРСДЛИЙН МЕНЕЖМЕНТ БА МУЗЕЙ
DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT FOR MUSEUMS
DOCUMENTATION OF ARTEFACTS’ COLLECTIONS
ЦУГЛУУЛГЫН ЭД ЗҮЙЛСИЙН БАРИМТЖУУЛАЛТ
CARE HANDLING OF MANUSCRIPTS
ГАР БИЧМЭЛҮҮДИЙГ ХАДГАЛЖ ХАМГААЛАХ НЬ
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