Helping Children Live in Secure Environments
This woman transformed her life through World Vision's program. Here's how.
World Vision first began emergency relief work in Mongolia in 1993, after a severely cold winter known as dzud. In 1995, World Vision Mongolia opened its national office in Ulaanbaatar city.
Now after nearly 16 years, World Vision Mongolia implements its projects through 32 Area Development Programmes in Ulaanbaatar and in 17 rural communities across the country.
Setting five priorities in the field, World Vision programmes focus on healthy living, child and family well-being, economic resilience, environmental improvement and child sponsorship, with the aim of achieving transformational development.