Our community projects help to reconstruct the elements of a healthy life by providing shelter and other basic needs for children from dysfunctional families and by building infrastructure that communities need to survive and thrive in today’s world.
Our Community Development programmes include:
Boys and Girls Shelters
• nutritional meals, clean clothing and emergency accommodation
All children in our shelters attend local school and each shelter can accommodate up to 25 children at any one time.
Bicycle Support Programme
Our Buy-A-Bike Fund provides a complete bicycle kit (bicycle + safety helmet) for children in CNCF Programmes and from extremely poor families, as a means for travelling to school for US$110.
Family Assistance Programme
The Family Assistance Programme (FAP) was set up to help children and their families in need of special assistance, that is not provided through existing CNCF projects. Examples include assistance to families facing immediate financial difficulties or requiring capital to start a small family business.
The objective of the CNCF Capital Projects is to build kindergartens, medical stations and water tanks in remote rural areas in Southern Vietnam to benefit communities living in poverty.
These projects are always executed in partnership with a local government body responsible for the long term maintenance and investment in the project.
Blue Skies Ger Village
The Blue Skies Ger Village in Ulaanbaatar is a long term community shelter run by CNCF staff housing over 60 children who otherwise would be living on the streets. The Ger Village is a loving and safe environment where children are protected from abuse and violence, can continue their studies, take part in extra-curricular classes and receive any necessary medical care.
Give a Ger Fund
The Give a Ger programme gives families in extreme poverty or at risk of homelessness with a home of their own.
Tash McCarroll's mission is to connect with people, share smiles, experience mutual happiness and capture people's inner beauty while enhancing the efforts of the NGO.
Through the eyes of her camera lens, see how she captures the heartwarming stories of our children in Mongolia.
Our inspiring founder, Christina Noble is one of the four finalists for 'THE ONE' Award from the Rotary International District 3450.
THE ONE will be announced on 6th June 2013 at the Award Gala Dinner in Hong Kong.
Mongolia has a population of 2.8 million and 40% are under the age of 20.
HK$7 is all it takes each day to feed a child at the CNCF Tay Ninh Centre for Visually Impaired Children in Vietnam. That's the same as buying a bottle of Bon Aqua water in Hong Kong.