In the last few years CNCF Mongolia increased its focus on stimulating more government cooperation in tackling critical child protection issues and youth development. In working more closely with the Mongolian government we have been able to increase the scope and impact of our humanitarian work.
Christina and family are immensely proud of the sterling efforts of our Mongolia team who whilst undergoing considerable restructuring and capacity building over recent years with limited resources available, have still been able to produce a deep impact in the communities we work in through their unwavering dedication and commitment to the protection and safeguarding of vulnerable children. It is wonderful that our team has deservedly been officially recognised at the very highest level.
In addition to the above, we are also very proud to announce that two CNCF staff members have also been recognised by the government youth development agency as two of the “Hundred Leading Young People of 2018” - CNCF child social worker- Altanzul, and President of our CNCF alumni community service group “Noble Club” - Dalaitseren. This award is given to outstanding young leaders in their field. To have not one but two members of our team recognised in only one hundred people throughout the whole country is hugely inspiring and a testament to the overall management and leadership of CNCF Mongolia who invest time and place great value on those working with CNCF, as does Vietnam. This is also a testament to the Foundation's values which govern how we behave as an organisation.
As Founder Christina Noble said, “I don’t want all the good people who would like to help to be outside the organisation. I want them all to be part of a big circle. To help the children, to protect them and to give them back their childhood.”
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