About us

MYDSC was founded by two sisters of Enkhzaya Tsogt (1985 – 2007) who was a psychologist and dedicated her personal and professional lives for the development of Mongolian youth. She was passionate and intelligent young women with lots energy to help people particularly youth.

Munkhjin & Otgonjin Tsogt are much excited to carry on her passion to provide development opportunities for youth in Mongolia.

MYDSC aims to provide developmental opportunities for Mongolian youth that they will have enhanced personal management and social skills , as well as increased healthy behaviors and leadership skills.

MYDSC is an independent, non-government and a transparent organization with high level of integrity, and professional standards. Our team of social work, psychology and education professionals have an extensive theoretical knowledge and practical experience in school and community based youth development, capacity building of social workers and teachers on asset and strength based youth development approaches.

  • Motivation

    MYDSC was founded by two sisters of Enkhzaya Tsogt (1985 – 2007) who was a psychologist and dedicated her personal and professional lives for the development of Mongolian youth. She was passionate and intelligent young women with lots energy to help people particularly youth.

    Munkhjin & Otgonjin Tsogt are much excited to carry on her passion to provide development opportunities for youth in Mongolia.

    MYDSC aims to provide developmental opportunities for Mongolian youth that they will have enhanced personal management and social skills , as well as increased healthy behaviors and leadership skills.

    MYDSC is an independent, non-government and a transparent organization with high level of integrity, and professional standards. Our team of social work, psychology and education professionals have an extensive theoretical knowledge and practical experience in school and community based youth development, capacity building of social workers and teachers on asset and strength based youth development approaches.

  • Our Vision

    Mongolian youth  (12 – 25 years old) have sense of purpose, enhanced life skills and healthy behaviors and demonstrate good morals that they will become competent citizens who are engaged in the development of their own communities, and contribute to the enhancement of democratic society in Mongolia.

  • Our Mission

    We provide opportunities for Mongolian youth that they will have enhanced personal management, social, and leadership skills, and skills for healthy behaviors through developmentally appropriate techniques which is facilitated in youth club/group settings.

    We develop and deliver youth development programs based on strength based perspectives of social work.

    We consider youth, parents/guardians, and the communities as our key partners.

    We promote evidence based programming models and framework on the basis of provisions of UN Convention on the Rights of the Child with particular emphasis on youth development, youth community  service learning, and youth participation in community development.

    We strive to build partnership with local and international non-government and government organizations to implement effective youth development programs in Mongolia.