Folgenden Organisationen kommen die Spendengelder zu Gute:
  • Mercy Corps
  • CYPPD – Children and Young People’s Protection and Development
  • CNCF – Christina Noble Children’s Foundation
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Mercy Corps

mercy-corps-logo In Mongolia, life can be extremely tough for rural nomadic people. With the fast pace of today’s modern world entire communities are lacking vital skills and income to support their families. Mercy Corps is helping to change this by supporting rural communities and herding families through a range of projects that help them live an independent and sustainable life.

After last year’s fantastic Rally Mercy Corps is on target to raise £100,000 to support our projects in Mongolia. With your support for the 2010 Mongol Rally our work will continue to help reach out to rural communities and help them lead improved lives.

The projects funded by the Mongol Rally are wide ranging, from setting up schools and building children’s playgrounds to establishing youth centres and helping women find employment opportunities.

Mercy Corps have a full section on their website about the work supported by the Mongol Rally, along with an interview with the Mongolia Country Director Dominic Graham.

See more about Mercy Corps on Mongol Rally. Click here!

Read the interview with Director Dominic Graham.

CNCF – Christina Noble Children’s Foundation

CNCF have a variety of projects in Mongolia that change the lives of kids who have often been given a pretty rough hand in life. The funds from the Mongol Rally support the running costs of the incredible Blue Skies Ger Village in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. All teams that support the village are invited to visit and meet the Country Manager, the staff and some of the kids in the village and all are left pretty much speechless with admiration at the work they do.

The Ger Village houses abandoned or homeless children and gives them a new chance in life with a safe place to live, education, and all the support of a family with their innovative techniques.

Each residential ger is staffed by a Ger Mother, often a single parent herself, who creates a loving home for the children. Older children help to care for the younger, and assist their ger mother with simple domestic chores. The team running the village is continually looking for innovative and effective ways to deliver a better environment for the children and funding has enabled a range of improvements.

At school age the children are enrolled alongside their peers at the local district school: learning within the community and gaining vital qualifications for later adult life.

The Ger Village is on the outskirts of Ulaanbaatar and is enclosed with a large ‘Hasha’ (fence), which helps create a small community atmosphere.

CNCF doctors visit several times per week, and a team of two Managers, both themselves qualified doctors, are constantly on-hand to advise, protect and encourage the children. There are monthly outings, occasions of great excitement.

Wherever possible the Foundation seeks to reunite children with their families and assist the family face the future together.

Visit the CNCF Website.

Nadieshda – Spanish Launch Official Charity

Nadieshda supports projects that improve the lives of orphans and homeless children in Russia and Ukraine. Their mission is to provide basic necessities such as food, clothing and shelter to orphans and homeless children, assist them in gaining necessary skills to become self-supporting functional members of society and increase public awareness of the needs of all disadvantaged and less fortunate children.

Nadieshda is proud to become an official charity of the Mongol Rally. Nadieshda is an official partner of iOrphan so the teams launching from Spain that raise funds for Nadieshda will be able to help any of the projects of their choice that are managed by iOrphan in Russia and Ukraine. They will also have the chance to visit the orphanages en-route to Mongolia and have the opportunity to take material with them for the orphans.

There are millions of abandoned children in this area who need the support of charities like Nadieshda. Officially, 700,000 orphans live in orphanages and shelters in Russia alone, which is more than at the end of the World War II.

Statistics show that only one out of ten of these orphans will become a functional member of society. The rest are lost to crime, drugs, prostitution and suicide. Millions of children are living on the streets, desperately trying to survive the harsh weather, hunger and the dangers of living in cities.

We work with absolute transparency providing the necessary documents to prove our reliability. The donor chooses where the money goes and we guarantee that every penny coming from donations goes directly to an orphanage to help complete the project supported. We report back to the donors with all the details and progress of the projects they are sponsoring so they can see the difference in the lives of children they are helping.

For more information please visit the Nadieshda website.

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