See how we do it.
Often times, there is a perception that humanitarian work is considered complete once the physical need is met. In Mongolia, this could be further from the truth as the majority of families that we serve and love have gone through prolonged periods of suffering, leading to poor mental and emotional health. This ultimately degrades and affects the intimate and close-knit institution of a family. This is where we partner alongside our families to help pick themselves back up and continue with life.
Where change begins.
Removing family hunger
The average hunger rate in Mongolia from 2014 to 2017 was 13.7%. In first world countries, this is less than 2.5%.
Hunger leads to malnutrition, unemployment and a host of other issues. That is why a key priority of ours is to ensure our people are fed nutritiously.
Greater education for greater opportunity
In poverty, choices are extremely painful and long-lasting. Do we feed all or some? Do our children go to school or go to work?
Education is often the victim as young family members are taken out of schools and placed into work. This is where your partnership ensures children stay in school, breaking the cycle of poverty.