JCS Mongolian Registration
We have one of the widest registrations of any INGO in Mongolia, permitting JCS to supply qualified, professional volunteers to organisations across the country and to run projects across all sectors.
28 Years ….
Founded in 1993, JCS International is a consortium of global Christian relief and development organizations working together in Mongolia. We aim to see Mongolians building and restoring their families, churches and communities. We love for them to experience fullness of life and we work towards this through our many projects and placements.
We have over 50 long-term volunteers and Mongolian employees
working in the office, within projects, or with our partner organizations. Our volunteers are living in Ulaanbaatar, and Khentii, Khovd and Uvs Provinces providing their professional skills and raising funds for various projects and relief work. They all contribute to Family, Community, Environment and Social Development of Mongolia. They help to build the professional skills and personal character of those involved as employees and beneficiaries, with the aim of empowering Mongolian people to believe in their own abilities and see their own potential and worth. We believe in an interlinked approach to sustainable development and as such incorporate environmental aspects into our actions as well.
JCS continues to seek opportunities to partner with local government offices and agencies, community-based organizations, universities, colleges and training institutes, schools, and medical institutions. We believe that by working closely with our Mongolian partners we can better serve this nation.
Dzud (severe winter with extreme conditions) and Covid-19 Relief
Bayankhongor Development Partnership Team (Хамтын Ажиллагааны Баг – HAB) NGO partnered with JCS to run a dzud relief project for herders in Bayankhongor Aimag (Province) at the request of local herders. With financial assistance from JCS and other partnering organizations, HAB was able to help 86 families in Baatsagaan Soum (County). The relief package included bran and hay for the animals, and flour and rice for the families.
Tsegmed, HAB NGO
Extended partnership through Family Agricultural Resources Mongolia NGO, involving the Governor’s Office of Uvurkhangai Aimag (Province), the Agriculture Department, and the
Governor’s Offices of the five affected soums, enabled JCS to be involved in relief efforts for this area. Assistance in the form of fodder for the animals and some basic food supplies for the families, was granted for 90 herder families affected by dzud.
Turkhuu, FARM NGO
JCS partnered with Agricultural Innovations Development NGO to provide assistance to herder households in five soums of Arkhangai Aimag (Province). The project distributed hay to 110 households in three soums (counties) affected by severe dzud conditions. The Covid-19 lockdown situation threatened food stability for many families. Food aid – including flour, rice, cooking oil, and noodles – was distributed through local churches to 140 households.
Altankhuyag, AID NGO
JCS Mongolian Registration
As the representative office of an INGO registered in the United Kingdom, we have one of the widest registrations of any INGO in Mongolia, permitting JCS to supply qualified, professional volunteers to organisations across the country and to run projects across all sectors.