Operations Team The operations / administration of MongoliaCare is coordinated out of an office which Mongol Khalamj has purchased and is located on the outskirts of Ulaanbaator, approximately 5 kms from the centre of town. Along with an office it contains a large meeting room with an adjoining kitchen, which when it is not being […]

Operations Team

The operations / administration of MongoliaCare is coordinated out of an office which Mongol Khalamj has purchased and is located on the outskirts of Ulaanbaator, approximately 5 kms from the centre of town. Along with an office it contains a large meeting room with an adjoining kitchen, which when it is not being used it is made available to other NGO’s or groups who support our Mission.

Our Board & Corporate Governance

Mongoliacare has been a registered Charity in Australia since 2005 and is comprised of Board of Directors.

Mr James Goss,
James was born in Perth, Western Australia and is married to Margaret and they have three married children and seven grandchildren.
He worked in various supervisory and Management roles in Telecommunications industry for 21 years and has extensive experience as a Lecturer and Management Consultant both in Australia and overseas, having worked for three years as a Telecommunications Management Consultant seconded to the Australian Government in the Fiji Islands. James was the Australasian Director for an International Charity for seventeen years assisting with Community Development and Orphanage work throughout China. Following his first visit to Mongolia in 2000, James became aware of the plight of many Mongolians living in the underground, some of whom were ex-prisoners and upon his return wrote a report highlighlighting these desperate needs along with some recommendations as to how to relieve the suffering and poverty. This was the beginnings of MongoliaCare. James is a Church of Christ minister and currently works part-time as a Chaplain within Bethanie Aged Care.
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Mr David Pirouet
David is a retired School Teacher and School Principal with many years experience in Government Education as a teacher
and over twenty years as a School Principal. His last three years in education was as Principal of a Christian School. His appointments as both a teacher and Principal have been across the State of Western Australia, from the Kimberley region to the South-West and into the Goldfields. Prior to becoming a teacher David attended the Perth Bible College for a two year residential course, and then spent four years at the West Australian Baptist Theological College doing Ministerial Studies. He has also been a Pastor for five years in both the country and also in the city. David has been extensively involved in the local church as Home Group leader, Children’s ministry, Foundational Bible teaching and involved in church leadership. He has participated in over ten Mission trips into India, China and Mongolia. He was also the Literature coordinator for eight years for two mission groups providing Bible teaching material and arranging the printing of these for believers inside China.
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Mrs Helen Pirouet
Helen is currently the Office Administrator and Financial Manager of MongoliaCare. Until recently and for
15 years she was the Office Administrator and Financial Manager of the Australian Base of Antioch Missions/Chinese Church Support Ministries which is an international organization with bases in 9 countries. She has also been responsible for the international finance reports for that organization. Helen has worked as a school bursar which involved full financial management of the school’s finances and payroll along with general administrative duties.
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Wolfgang Jovanovic
Wolfgang currently is the Director of his own Company that provides business consulting services to major industries and private
property development. As well he provides business and leadership advice through mentoring and coaching Executives across Australia and Mongolia whilst delivering, through a small investment team, circa 200 “boutique style” apartments in various locations around Perth. Wolfgang provides specific advice, skills and guidance for the strategic planning associated with the development and ongoing operation of businesses large and small. Wolfgang has worked extensively overseas in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Singapore, Japan, Philippines and Malaysia gaining significant operational and leadership experience on a large number of major civil engineering, building, mechanical engineering and multi-discipline projects around the World. He is well known for his ability to relate to all levels of staffing both within an organisation and with external stakeholders. From 2003 to 2014 he worked for Yara Pilbara Pty Ltd (formerly Burrup Fertilisers Pty Ltd) as a Senior Executive, Company Secretary and Board Member. Wolfgang has also been a Board Member of a not for profit (NFP) organisation continuously since 2003 and was its Chairman since 2009. That NFP organisation merged in 2018 with another NFP and he was appointed to the newly formed organisations’ Board. The merged NFP serviced almost 20,000 people worldwide in 2018 and is well on its way to achieve its strategic plan to increase the number serviced fivefold by 2023.
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Mrs Patricia Field
Patricia is a widow with four married children and is now semi-retired. She was a former Primary school teacher for many years in NSW and W.A.
She currently manages a community cafe for the Salvation Army and teaches English as a second language for the Salvation Army. She along with her late husband have been involved with MongoliaCare since its foundation, having travelled to Mongolia in 2000.
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Mr James Clarke
James is a National Director of the Australia China Business Council and President of its WA Branch. James is a seasoned executive and
holds a number of other roles including President (WA) and National Director of the Migration Institute of Australia. A bilingual English – Mandarin speaker with in-depth China knowledge and experience, James' experience is heavily weighted towards promoting business, trade and cultural exchange between Australia and China. James is also a recipient of the eminent Business News 2020 40under40 Awards.
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Affiliations :-

Mongol Khalamj

Mongol Khalamj is our registered affiliated Charity in Mongolia.

the Mongolian

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Narmandakh DONDOV (Naraa)

Chairman and founder of Mongol Khalamj NGO in 2004. Naraa was a former prisoner who spent eight years in five different prisons across Mongolia from the early 80’s,

 before his rehabilitation in early 1990’s. He is a gifted songwriter, guitarist and singer, becoming famous for various songs which he wrote while in prison. His life story of transformation has influenced 1000’s of other Mongolian prisoners and ex-prisoners to aspire to become upstanding Mongolian citizens. Over the past 25 years he has become a recognised National Church leader,  statesman, a TEDx speaker, as well as a Youth and Family Counsellor. He lives in U.B and is married to Bagi and together they have five teenage children.text
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Badamkhatan TSOGOO (Badmaa)

Deputy Chairman of Mongol Khalamj NGO and the National Director of Genesis-AOM, an international humanitarian and development NGO.

He is qualified as a chemical engineer and worked as a teaching assistant at National University of Mongolia. He is an accredited consultant at Career Direct Int’l that is currently active in 47 countries.  He is currently overseeing leadership development initiatives for youth and fathering training for Mongolian Fathers to enhance the father’s role in child’s development. He pioneered the establishment of an educational NGO that runs a character education program along with parenting training to the high schools in Mongolia. He also created various projects in the past such as developing a tertiary level curriculum to increase the capacity of Mongolian School Social workers and humanitarian projects to support the children from low-income families which is still active in different parts across Mongolia. He is married to Ulzii and they live with their three children in UB.
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Orgil TSEDENISH (Orgil)

Treasurer / Accountant for Mongol Khalamj and has been in this role since its inception. Orgil is a qualified accountant and has

worked in the sales and rental business sector for around 18 years. Over the past 6 years he has been working as a financial director of a Mongolian mining company.  As well, Orgil has provided financial and Management consultancy to various NGO’s and Not for Profit organizations across Mongolia. Orgil lives in U.B. with his wife Tsatsral.
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Enerelsaikhan Narmandakh (Enerlee)

As a Board member and translator for Mongol Khalamj NGO. Enelee is completing her studies at the Mongolian National University and

among other roles is a translator. Enerlee is a well-known National Celebrity becoming a finalist as a singer in Mongolia’s got Talent. She visits, sings and speaks at the women’s prison and other charity events.
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Ulambayar NOROV (Bagi)

Secretary of Mongol Khalamj NG) and wife and mother of five teenage children who works also as a Counsellor of young ladies and women. Over the years she has

worked in a number of roles and was formerly a Director of Habitat contracting company which constructs homes for the needy across Mongolia.
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Otgonchimeg DONDOV (Otgaa)

Executive Officer for Mongol Khalamj NGO and has operated in that position for the past 12 years. She is a qualified social worker and counsellor.

Otgaa has a wide range of experience in different roles. She worked for 10 years with World Vision as the coordinator of the child and family development project. She is also a qualified trainer and life coach from the Human Development Institute, as well a broadcaster on family radio Mongolia and Board member of FEBC Mongolia.  She is currently working part-time in presenting programmes with Mongolian Professional Art Therapy Association in “prevention of bullying” to school students.
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