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Caritas Internationalis urgently calls for access to COVID-19 vaccines for the developing countries
February 9, 2021 News

Caritas Internationalis urgently calls for access to COVID-19 vaccines for the developing countries

Caritas Internationalis, of which Caritas Czech Republic is a member, calls in a recent statement on the UN and the decisions makers to urgently address the developing countries’ approach to coronavirus vaccine. According to Caritas Internationalis, the access to vaccines across the world has not been as equitable as it should be.

Unpacking Waste Recycling Projects in Mongolia Online Event
February 4, 2021 News

Unpacking Waste Recycling Projects in Mongolia Online Event

ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia, 4 February 2021: The Caritas Czech Republic (CCR) in Mongolia with the National Research Council (CNR-IRISS) are organizing the “Unpacking Waste Recycling Projects in Mongolia” online event. They will present two projects, namely 3R for a Sustainable Use of Natural Resources in Ulaanbaatar (3R4UB) and Sustainable Plastic Recycling in Mongolia (SPRIM). They are funded by the European Union SWITCH – Asia programme. The projects’ stakeholders are involved the event: central, municipal, district, aimag and soum administrations, local communities and plastic recycling SMEs,.

Best of 2020 in Caritas Czech Republic: 6 moments to remember
January 25, 2021 News

Best of 2020 in Caritas Czech Republic: 6 moments to remember

It was a year like no other. We all experienced a lot of changes and uncertainty and will probably remember 2020 forever. And although it was a tough year for Caritas Czech Republic as well, there were certainly moments worth highlighting.

CALL FOR TENDER: SUV 4 WD VEHICLE
January 7, 2021 News

CALL FOR TENDER: SUV 4 WD VEHICLE

Caritas Czech Republic (CCR) in Mongolia is implementing the EU-funded project “Sustainable Plastic Recycling in Mongolia” (05/2020-04/2024) in partnership with Environment and Security of Center (ESCM), TG Masaryk Water Research Institute (WRI), Mongolian Sustainable Development Bridge (MSDB) and Ecosoum (ES). The main objective of the project is to contribute to economic prosperity and poverty reduction and support the development of a green economy and the transition towards a low-carbon, resource-efficient and circular economy in Mongolia. We invite eligible suppliers to submit tenders for supply of SUV 4 WD VEHICLE (hybrid, left hand drive will be advantage, can be second hand but not used in Mongolia) for the project “Sustainable Plastic Recycling in Mongolia”.

Mentorship Program for Mongolian Youth continues
December 30, 2020 News

Mentorship Program for Mongolian Youth continues

ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia – the “All for YOUth, YOUth for all” project, funded by the European Union, launched its’ Mentorship Program for youth in September 2020. By implementing this program, it empowers young people (mentees) for their personal development and better career prospect.

The European Union provided aid packages to Vulnerable People affected by the impact of COVID-19
December 23, 2020 News

The European Union provided aid packages to Vulnerable People affected by the impact of COVID-19

ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia, 22 December 2020: With the financial support of the European Union (EU), Caritas Czech Republic (CCR) in Mongolia handed over humanitarian packages/kits worth MNT 64 million (EUR 18 200) to the Red Cross in Mongolia. The assistance will be distributed to 520 households which are facing challenges as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic and related state of emergency. 

Mongolia is Surfing the “Renovation Wave” through Construction Materials Recovery
December 7, 2020 News

Mongolia is Surfing the “Renovation Wave” through Construction Materials Recovery

Mongolia is the 19th largest country in the world by area, however, its population of just 3.29 million, also makes it the world’s most sparsely populated country. Since the 1990 democratic revolution, 40% of Mongolia’s population migrated to the capital city of Ulaanbaatar, resulting in an increasing demand for new housing and the booming of the construction industry, rapidly expanding until this day. Existing buildings are, however, not resource efficient, with many relying on fossil fuels for heating and cooling and old technologies and wasteful appliances in their operations.

CALL FOR TENDER: TRAINING AND LEARNING NEEDS ASSESSMENT
December 3, 2020 News

CALL FOR TENDER: TRAINING AND LEARNING NEEDS ASSESSMENT

Caritas Czech Republic (CCR) in Mongolia is implementing the EU-funded project “Sustainable Plastic Recycling in Mongolia” in partnership with Environment and Security of Center (ESCM), TG Masaryk Water Research Institute (WRI), Mongolian Sustainable Development Bridge (MSDB) and Ecosoum (ES). The main objective of the project is to contribute to economic prosperity and poverty reduction and support the development of a green economy and the transition towards a low-carbon, resource-efficient and circular economy in Mongolia. The specific objectives of the project are to promote sustainable production and consumption (SCP) patterns by supporting SMEs and MSMEs in adopting SCP practices, and to create an enabling environment to strengthen the implementation of national SCP policies and assist stakeholders in harvesting the benefits of SCP.  

Caritas Czech Republic among the best rated European organizations
November 25, 2020 Humanitární pomoc a rozvojová spolupráce Charity ČR

Caritas Czech Republic among the best rated European organizations

Providing urgent humanitarian aid to those in need has been one of the main pillars of our work abroad. Therefore, we are happy to announce that we have been among the first organizations certified by the EU agency ECHO to implement high-quality and efficient humanitarian projects in the years to come.

We are looking for a Technical Coordinator
November 12, 2020 News

We are looking for a Technical Coordinator

Project: Sustainable Plastic Recycling in Mongolia; Project Objective: To contribute to the economic prosperity and poverty reduction and support the development of a green economy and the transition towards a low-carbon, resource-efficient and circular economy in Mongolia. This will be achieved by promoting sustainable production (development of less polluting and more resource-efficient products, processes and services) and sustainable consumption patterns and behavior in Mongolia through raising awareness of the principles of 3Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle).