The Zorig Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 1998 at the initiative of a prominent Mongolian statesman and leader of the 1990 democratic revolution Zorig Sanjaasuren’s close friends, colleagues, and family to continue his work and to promote democratic values.
To prepare informed and skilled young citizens who respect the values of democracy.
Young leadership program
Luby-Jenkins student exchange program
Swiss agency for development and cooperation scholarship
La Mensa Gregge scholarship
Enviromental fellowship program
Merali foundation scholarship
Young scholars program
Rural young leadership program
Women’s leadership program
Democracy summer camp
Rural environmental fellowship program
Rural women changemakers program
Young environmental leadership program
Sustainable employment for youth program
Social entrepreneurship Bootcamp
Empowering women in STEM program
Frequently asked questions
All programs implemented by the Zorig Foundation are free of charge. However, in order to be eligible for the program, you must meet the criteria set out in the program and be selected.
No. Zorig Foundation is a non-member organization. If you would like to volunteer, please send your CV to email@example.com.
No. The Zorig Foundation has no affiliation with any party or political organization and operates independently.
Each of our programs focuses on its target audience, so it cites age.