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This programs goal is increase awareness of gender-based violence against women and child sexual abuse to facilitate behavior and attitudinal change, and achieve prevention and early detection of abuse.


"Be smart on the internet" program launched in 2016 and our volunteers teach school age children online safety. We reached over 10,000 school children in Ulaanbaatar through this program. 


"Strong girls – Strong nation" program with a view to take preventive measures against all forms of sexual violence, and empower children, teenagers, and young women.

 Within its framework, over 30 peer instructors have been prepared in Ulaanbaatar city and 10 aimags throughout the country, and animated videos and a smartphone application have been developed on the issue of gender-based violence.

Concerning gender-based violence, three animated videos have been produced for children, which reached over 550,000 people so far.

As for the application, it offers the users to acquire a thorough understanding of the issue as a preventative measure. The application is available for download in Mongolian, English and Kazakh languages on both iOS and Android. This mobile application developed since 2017 and has created the "Strong Girls" mobile application for creating a SAFE, HEALTHY, and FRIENDLY society for girls and women, which has been downloaded by more than 5,000 times. 

We would like to introduce you to a mobile application designed to prevent girls and women from gender-based violence and to increase awareness among girls and women.

"My heart - My right" program aims to strengthen parent and child relationship through educating them about Emotional Literacy. The project implemented among children aged 4-5 in 3 suburban kindergartens. We developed 3 picture books Anger, Joy, and Fear. Children learn about the healthy expression of emotions and feeling. Through interactive workshops and children’s picture books about Sad, …. parents, children and teachers will have comprehensive knowledge about emotions, feelings and healthy behavior. Eventually, Emotional Literacy builds self-reliance, self-determination, self – esteem, and self-confidence. As a result, it will prevent from gender-based violence.