Projects

All for the Youth, Youth for the All
March 13, 2020 Projects

All for the Youth, Youth for the All

Mongolia is a country of young people. More than one million youth aged 15–34 represent the largest demographic group in the country, constituting 34.9 percent of the population in 2019. Youth is shaping the future of the nation, which depends on how well youth are integrated into the country’s development and become responsible and productive citizens. Young people hold tremendous potential, yet also face many challenges: finding work, gaining quality education, participating social activities, and so on. Thus, we work to increase NGO and CSO capacities to empower the youth and to better integrate them in society through the support of innovative programmes and initiatives that encourage youth to be active and visible in public policy and local economies. As well as, we connect them with job trainings, volunteering and mentoring programmes and more.

Strengthening CSOs-LAs Partnership in the Agricultural Sector in Khentii Province
July 27, 2019 Projects

Strengthening CSOs-LAs Partnership in the Agricultural Sector in Khentii Province

Khentii Province with 70,900 inhabitants is a rural province in eastern Mongolia. It has one of the highest unemployment levels in Mongolia (17.5%). The economy of the province is led by the livestock sector and suffers from the lack of diversity and limited market for livestock products. The province has the potential to develop its vegetable sector to boost its development and improve local living standards. The local production covers around 60% of the local needs in vegetables.

Improving Resource-Efficiency and Cleaner Production in the Mongolian Construction Sector
July 27, 2019 Projects

Improving Resource-Efficiency and Cleaner Production in the Mongolian Construction Sector

Caritas Czech Republic (CCR) in Mongolia has been implementing “Improving resource-efficiency and cleaner production in the Mongolian construction sector through materials recovery” project since 2016 in collaboration with the Mongolia University of Science and Technology (MUST), Delft University of Technology (TUD) of Netherlands and Mongolian National Recycling Association (MNRA). The action is financially supported by the European Union (SWITCH-Asia program) and Czech Development Agency and the total budget is 1.36 million EUR.