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Mongolia

While Mongolia is still known for its nomadic herding, its population has become increasingly urban as families seek job opportunities and better education for their children. Data show that two in five vulnerable people in Mongolia are children under the age of 15.

Partnering since

1993

people reached

80,642

programs and shipment

4

Level of Fragility

High Developing

Gender Equality Rank

71.6%
CHANGE

the percentage of parents and caregivers who had been affected by disaster but were able to maintain their standard of living increased from

46% to 55%

Khan Uul

2013 - 2021
CHANGE

households with enough food year-round for their family needs increased from

52.6% to 74.4%

Chingeltei

2013 - 2021
Progress

3,754children and adults participated in trainings on child protection

Progress

39,674people learned how to protect themselves against COVID-19

Progress

68,082USD was distributed to families through cash and vouchers

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Chingeltei|Mongolia

Landscape in Mongolia

Country Details

While Mongolia is still known for its nomadic herding, its population has become increasingly urban as families seek job opportunities and better education for their children. Data show that two in five vulnerable people in Mongolia are children under the age of 15.
World Vision Mongolia

World Vision has been operating in Mongolia since 1993.

Today, we are known as a child-focused organization that works with the poor, and are recognized as one of the leading non-governmental organizations in Mongolia.

The programs developed by World Vision in cooperation with children, adults and communities are now accepted as being credible, realistic, functional and long-lasting with significant results being seen at individual and community levels. The Mongolian government also recognizes the excellent programs that World Vision has instigated throughout Mongolian society.

While Mongolia currently represents one of the better examples of an emerging democracy, the poor and vulnerable continue to face considerable challenges as they seek to establish themselves in the new international environment and seek to provide "life in all its fullness" for their children.

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A young boy and girl smiling as they collect water from an outdoor faucet with a bucket.

Results

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Unless otherwise stated, data presented on this page reflects results of World Vision Canada programs reported between October 2020 and September 2021.