Nov 29, 2019
Nomingerel Davaadorj, a Sylff fellowship recipient in 2010 while attending the National Academy of Governance, Mongolia, visited the Sylff Association secretariat in Tokyo on Thursday, September 12, 2019.
Davaadorj has been doing research at Japan’s Kyushu University as a master’s student in law. Her research title is "Mine closure regulations and it's socio-economic aspects: a comparative study between Australia and Mongolia". She has just defended her master’s thesis and will return to Mongolia after spending two years in Japan.
She will resume her career as a legal officer at a government agency in Mongolia with responsibilities for government procurements and state property management. She looks forward to reuniting with her family and friends in Mongolia.
During her stay in Japan, Davaadorj participated in the first Sylff Leaders Workshop 2018–19. She contributed to the topic of the “Future of Food Production in 2030” with insights into local foods in Mongolia.
We wish her much success and excitement in her home country.