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PRINCESS Center for the protection of girls and young women’s rights

The PRINCESS center for the protection of girls and young women’s rights was established in 2003. It is a non-governmental and non-profit organization



Presence in: Mongolia
Focus: Women's Rights

Our organization’s mission is to help girls and young women that deal with complicated social problems by the means of socio-psychological counseling and social work services. With our work we want to contribute to let them become active members of the society.

Who does the PRINCESS work for?

  • Pregnant girls and teenage mothers
  • Girls and young women who don’t have an education, a profession or a permanent workplace, up to the age of 25.
  • Victim girls of sexual abuse
  • Adolescent girls and boys

What does the PRINCESS do?

One. Social work service provision program

  • Counseling, social work service
  • Research and advocacy
  • Training and education
  • Advertisements

Two. Girls and young women’s capacity building program

  • Vocational and handicraft trainings
  • PRINCESS CLUB, Young mothers’ club
  • Organizational capacity building program

 

People Associated With This Organization

Erdenetsetseg Erdenedondog

Mongolia  
PRINCESS Center for the protection of...
Joined October 2018
Interests: Health
Erdenetsetseg Erdenedondog initiated Training program for teenage mothers on sexual education, life skill training, human rights and measures against domestic violence etc. Throughout her working at the Princess Center for 6 years, she reached her hand to 2000 vulnerable girls. Now she is focusing on human rights based on arts therapy, songs and literature encouraging their strength to fight back.
Erdenetsetseg Erdenedondog is the network champion (main point of contact) for PRINCESS Center for the protection of girls and young women’s rights.

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