Child Protection

All children have the right to be protected from violence (physical, emotional, psychological and sexual mistreatment), exploitation and abuse. Violence against children, exploitation or abuse has devastating impacts that often extend long after childhood.

UNICEF is working to strengthen child protection systems in Mongolia, by changing social norms, legislation, policies and services is key to protecting children.

UNICEF’s child protection is working to improve Mongolia’s protection system for all children. The programme is:

· Promoting positive social norms to prevent violence, exploitation and abuse against children

· Advocating for the development of stronger national child protection systems

· Strengthening capacity to protect children from violence, exploitation and abuse and provide support to children that have been victims


Helping children turn their lives around -

Riders on the storm: Child jockeys in Mongolia -

Ending violence against girls -


Ever Innocent Child (English) -

Ever Innocent Child (Mongolian) -

Even Innocent Child -


Raising understanding among children and young people on the OPCP (2013)




What we do

Child Protection


Early childhood development

Health and nutrition

Water and sanitation

Youth participation


Child Protection

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