Lorinet Foundation continues to provide emergency response to vulnerable communities most impacted by COVID-19 pandemic.

Last year, when COVID-19 first hit Mongolia, Lorinet Foundation, in partnership with World Vision Mongolia, supported in-need children and their families  and provided emergency food and sanitation packages to 1000 households in Ger Districts and back-to-school supplies to 1000 school-aged children.

The COVID-19 spikes followed by prolonged and recurring lockdowns have further hit the poor and vulnerable families, causing severe employment and income loss. Food security became a critical issue in Mongolia, also identified in World Bank’s recent Mongolia Covid-19 household response survey.

This year, we have continued with our emergency response with World Vision Mongolia and provided un-conditional, multi-purpose cash support to 1000 most-vulnerable families hit hardest by the pandemic. We hope this support will allow beneficiaries to independently address their household needs, and also prevent risks of community transmission.

Read full article at World Vision Mongolia’s website