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Since the 1990s, Mongolia has improved its sexual and reproductive health care services. However, improvements are still very much in progress, and there are still major issues to address. You will find that contraceptive options, like condoms and birth control pills, are available in pharmacies and clinics. However, Mongolian pharmacies have historically experienced periods of stock-outs, especially in urban areas like Ulaanbaatar, so there is no guarantee that any one pharmacy will have what you are looking for. It should also be noted that hospitals and clinics provide other contraceptive options, such as IUDs and contraceptive injectables, and NGOs like Marie Stopes also help provide critical health care services.