Other national and international volunteer involving organizations (VIOs)
Aus-training International: Australian Volunteer for International Development (AVID) Programme
Australian Volunteer for International Development (AVID) programme run by the Australian Red Cross will support the development of host organizations to ensure that they are able to do more and work more effectively with vulnerable people in ways that are adaptable and relevant to local needs. The progamme brings skilled volunteer to work on the three main areas of Disaster Management and Risk Reduction, Urban Migration, and Organizational Development.
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) & Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers (JOCV)
Mission of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers (JOCV) are: Addressing the global agenda; Reducing poverty through equitable growth; Improving governance; and Achieving human security.
Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) & Korea Overseas Volunteers (KOV)
Mission of Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and Korea Overseas Volunteers (KOV) is to make a better world together by: Assisting for the sustainable socio-economic development of developing countries; Actively participating in alleviating poverty towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs); and Promoting for humanitarian assistance and human security
Mongolian Red Cross Society
Network of Mongolian Volunteer Organizations (NMVO) / Mongolian Organization of Volunteer Efforts (MOVE)
Network of Mongolian Volunteer Organizations (NMVO) is an independent, non-profit and membership organization of the Mongolian volunteering sectors, comprising over 30 VIOs working in a diverse range of areas, including health, education, environment and human rights. to increase recognition of volunteering as a essential mechanism for development and change in Mongolia. Mission of NMVO is “Building the capacity of local volunteer organizations through public awareness.” Goals of NMVO are: to promote recognition of volunteering as an essential mechanism for development and social change in Mongolia; to bring together the volunteering sectors to share expertise and to create an unified voice for volunteering; to raise awareness of and increase participation in volunteering work; and to strengthen volunteer management and quaity of volunteering work. Its major activities range between capacity building, advocacy, partnership building and public information.
Peace Corps has three main goals, both in Mongolia and world-wide: 1. Help people of host countries meet their needs for trained men and women; 2. Promote better understanding of Americans by the people of host countries; 3. Promote better understanding of the people of host countries by Americans. Peace Corps operates in Mongolia at the request of the Mongolian government, to provide trained men and women volunteers in four target areas: English Education, Health, Community and Youth Development, and Community and Economic Development. The current contingency of 141 volunteers (as of 2012) live in soums and all 21 aimags and only a few in Ulaanbaatar. After 3 months of rigorous Mongolian language and cultural immersion while living with Mongolian families in the country side, our volunteers are provided a very modest stipend, and trained to identify assets and resources from within their communities and to build on such assets to increase individual and organization capacity including linking their community partners to financial resources to help meet community goals.