Donors and Partners

Caritas Czech Republic has a long-term cooperation with a number of important donors. Because of this, we can implement humanitarian and development programs in the chosen countries. Which organizations are involved and how do they participate in our projects?

European Union 

One of our main donors in Mongolia is the European Union.

The European Union supports the "All for YOUth, YOUth for all" project amounts up to 75% of the total project budget. It aims to ensure that civil society organizations can make a better contribution to development in Mongolia by increasing their capacities, building a network of contacts, supporting research and raising awareness. The specific objective of the project is to improve the possibilities of non-profit organizations in how to promote the integration of young people into society. In particular, it will lead to (i) improving capacities of youth-focused CSOs, (ii) contributing to the youth employment, (ii) increasing civic participation of young people and (iii) increasing volunteerism in Mongolia.EU logo with text new

EU SWITCH-Asia programme

Another main donor is European Union's SWITCH-Asia programme. 

The EU SWITCH-Asia programme's support in the 'Improving resource-efficiency and cleaner production in the Mongolian construction sector through materials recovery' project amounts up to 80% of the total budget. The aim of the project is to contribute to alleviating climate change and reducing poverty in Mongolia by working with construction and demolition SMEs. Caritas Czech Republic focuses primarily on the recycling of construction waste and producing construction waste-based products that can be further used in the construction sector.

The project was awarded the "Best Project and Program Implementer" at the Barilga Expo 2020 exhibition.

The 'Sustainable Plastics Recycling in Mongolia' project is promoting sustainable production as well as sustainable consumption patterns and behaviour through the principles of 3Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle) in the management of plastic waste. The EU SWITCH-Asia subsidy amounts to 80% of the total project budget.Eu logo new

Czech Development Agency

Another donor who works with us is the Czech Development Agency (CzechAid).

CzechAid's support in the 'Strengthening CSOs-LAs partnership in the agriculture sector in Khentii Province' project   amounts up to 32% of the total budget. The aim of the project was to strengthen the participation of civil society organisations in the agricultural sector, thus contributing to inclusive and sustainable development in the province of Khentii. In parallel, there has been an improvement in the living conditions of the rural population of Khentii Province.

CzechAid also cooperated on the 'Improving resource-efficiency and cleaner production in the Mongolian construction sector through materials recovery' project. As mentioned above the aim of the project is to contribute to alleviating climate change and reducing poverty in Mongolia by working with SMEs. Caritas Czech Republic focuses primarily on the building waste recycling, which can be further used as a part of new building materials.

CDA

Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) supports Caritas Czech Republic in many development projects.

MFA also cooperated on the 'All for YOUth, YOUth for all' project project. As mentioned above the aim of the project is to ensure that civil society organizations can make a better contribution to development in Mongolia by increasing their capacities, building a network of contacts, supporting research and raising awareness. The specific objective of the project is to improve the possibilities of non-profit organizations in how to promote the integration of young people into society. In particular, it will lead to (i) improving youth employment, (ii) promoting greater participation in social events and (iii) strengthening participation in volunteering.

MFA's contribution amounts to 3% of the total project budget. transition_lg_mfa

Canada Fund

Canada Fund (CF) is co-fuding the 'All for YOUth, YOUth for all' project. As mentioned above, the project aims to ensure that civil society organizations can make a better contribution to development in Mongolia by increasing their capacities, building a network of contacts, supporting research and raising awareness. The specific objective of the project is to improve the possibilities of non-profit organizations in how to promote the integration of young people into society. In particular, it will lead to (i) improving capacities of youth-focused CSOs, (ii) contributing to the youth employment, (ii) increasing civic participation of young people and (iii) increasing volunteerism in Mongolia. CF is co-fuding the volunteer effort of the project.

CF’s contribution amounts to 1.1% of the toral project budget.

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