Mongolian pop singer becomes UNICEF special envoy
Mongolian State Laureate, the singer Dorjsuren Bold has been appointed special envoy of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to fight against air pollution, reports news.mn.
Dorjsuren Bold, who is best known as leader of the famous Mongolian boy-band ‘Camerton’, said: “I will rise voice against air pollution and push other parents like me.”
The singer was appointed at a ceremony launching a report entitled “Reducing effects of air pollution on children’s health” by UNICEF and the Public Health Institute.
Air pollution is serious global problem and in Ulaanbaatar in particular. It is blamed for 3.4 million deaths annually around the world; half million of which are children aged below five.
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