IFRC


Mongolia

16 February 2017

Red Cross respond as Mongolian herders struggle to survive winter Dzud amidst rising livestock deaths

More than 157,000 people affected by severe winter in Mongolia
Traditional Mongolian herder families endure another severe winter
10 January 2017

Traditional Mongolian herder families endure another severe winter

An estimated 157,000 people may be affected by extreme weather conditions this year
Working with the most vulnerable girls and boys
11 October 2016

Working with the most vulnerable girls and boys

Red Cross volunteers receive training on Psychosocial Support in Emergencies to help children affected by 'dzud'
Adapting to climate change to save Mongolia’s ancient herding culture
25 August 2016

Adapting to climate change to save Mongolia’s ancient herding culture

Red Cross revisits homes of herders in Mongolia to help them better prepare for the next inevitable disaster
Red Cross steps in as children struggle to cope with impacts of Mongolian Dzud
5 August 2016

Red Cross steps in as children struggle to cope with impacts of Mongolian Dzud

Red Cross plans to equip children with the life skills needed to cope with disaster and build their confidence
Mongolia’s herders face a bleak future in the face of livestock losses
11 April 2016

Mongolia’s herders face a bleak future in the face of livestock losses

Vast number of former herders forced to move to urban centres and live in extreme poverty
Displaced Mongolian herders destined for a life of deprivation in urban slums
6 April 2016

Displaced Mongolian herders destined for a life of deprivation in urban slums

Lack of occupational skills in an urban setting are forcing herders to live in extreme deprivation and unhealthy living conditions
Mongolia’s nomads struggle to survive as starvation decimates livestock herds
28 March 2016

Mongolia’s nomads struggle to survive as starvation decimates livestock herds

The province of Uvs has 2.7 million livestock, of which over 54,000 have already perished
Mongolian herders desperate to save their animals
18 March 2016

Mongolian herders desperate to save their animals

A pile of sheep, dead and frozen. Cold grassland wind moves their wool. A skinned goat, so starved it’s all bones.
Disaster looms for nomadic herders in Mongolia
23 February 2016

Disaster looms for nomadic herders in Mongolia

Red Cross plans to launch emergency appeal this month to help the most vulnerable herders.
1 2 3 4 5 > »

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian organization, with 190 member National Societies. As part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, our work is guided by seven fundamental principles; humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality. About this site & copyright