Young families reflecting on their transition to sustainable livelihood

Supported by Lorinet Foundation and implemented by World Vision Mongolia, Young Family Livelihood Improvement Program (YFLIP)  has been assisting vulnerable young families from “ger” areas (large, unplanned settlements with lack of access to basic services) with training, coaching, and access to savings and consumption support. In addition to enabling income generation through sustainable employment or household businesses, the program also focuses on improving community engagement and equipping such families with the knowledge and skills required for positive family relationships.

To learn more about the program results and participants’ reflection, please watch the below video of the graduates from the 2nd Cohort. They are among the 75 families who completed a 1.5-year journey of transitioning to sustainable livelihood.