What we do

We help where we are needed. We provide immediate humanitarian aid to people affected by war or natural disaster. As part of our development cooperation, we help people to cut loose and make a living. We focus on the development of health care and social protection as well as  rural development and environmental protection and actively work on systemic changes in Mongolia.

Issue of the visibility and inclusion of disabled people is most significant barrier to them
September 27, 2021 News

Issue of the visibility and inclusion of disabled people is most significant barrier to them

For many people living with a disability, their disability is not the most significant barrier to their participation and inclusion in the community.  Instead, these barriers are all around us and often unnoticed.  They are wheel chair ramps that are too steep, icy, or not maintained.  They are government processes that are overly centralized or exclusively online.  They are transport systems that don’t include stepless sidewalks or even pedestrian access at all.  The real barriers for many people living with disabilities is actually the way we build our communities. 

SWITCH-Asia SPRIM is Taking Action in Mongolia on World Cleanup Day 2021
September 20, 2021 News

SWITCH-Asia SPRIM is Taking Action in Mongolia on World Cleanup Day 2021

Celebrated every year on 18th September, World Cleanup Day is the world’s largest one-day civic action to engage more than 180 countries to tackle the global waste crisis. This day, however, is not just about cleanups. It's a strong and unique network of doers who share the common vision of living in a waste-free world and believe that together, we can clean up the world from waste. 

Small support for green environment
September 15, 2021 Stories

Small support for green environment

Plastic has become an essential aspect of our lives. However, the growth in the usage of plastics is a major contributor to environmental degradation in Mongolia. Thus, Caritas Czech Republic in Mongolia (CCR) is helping to reduce the harmful effects of plastic on the environment and support micro, small and medium entrepreneurs in the recycling sector under the Sustainable Plastic Recycling in Mongolia project that is funded by the European Union, EU SWITCH-Asia programme and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.

Caritas Czech Republic launches an appeal for Afghanistan
September 7, 2021 Humanitární pomoc a rozvojová spolupráce Charity ČR

Caritas Czech Republic launches an appeal for Afghanistan

Afghanistan has long been facing conflicts, the effects of climate change and poverty. The recent takeover of the country by the Taliban will inevitably deepen the humanitarian crisis and significantly worsen the security situation in the country. A large number of Afghans have no choice but to flee the country and seek a safer place to live. A significant increase in the number of refugees in the surrounding states is expected. In response to the situation, Caritas Czech Republic is launching the appeal Caritas Czech Republic for Afghanistan to help refugees in neighbouring countries.

Young Mongolians share what they learned from volunteering
September 7, 2021 News

Young Mongolians share what they learned from volunteering

The Caritas Czech Republic in Mongolia is working to improve youth participation under the “All for YOUth, YOUth for all” project funded by the European Union. In the framework of the project, we are organizing an “iVolunteer” media campaign to advertise the benefits of volunteerism. How does volunteering impact young people and what changes does it bring to their life and view of life? Young Mongolians who are influencing their community while developing and rediscovering themselves by volunteering and helping people have shared their stories with us to support the iVolunteer media campaign.