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We were excited to support Cricket Mongolia in 2017-18 because we could see the great results they were getting and how much fun all the kids were having. Cricket Mongolia is grassroots organization that focuses their programs in some of the most disadvantaged areas of Mongolia. They run programs for boys and girls, teaching them...
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The long line of kind hearted people and organizations which have been encouraging the women and children, the victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, by donating, and giving countenance to them, continues. Currently, workers of ……. are contributing to our shelter’s activity, making donations to the children, as well as having friendly heart-to-heart discussions...
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One of Meg’s charity activities involved buying items for the HOPE Hospice kids room. This included carpet, a mushroom lamp and some other furniture for the room. Meg’s purchases make the room warm, colourful and the environment more welcoming for the children. The future plan is to do more work in this room to assist...
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 On March 30th, 2014, 300 disabled children set out to the heart of Ulaanbaatar where they performed a flash mob to raise awareness for their rights. The event, held in Ulaanbaatar’s iconic Chinggis Square (formerly Sukhbaatar Square), gathered media attention from all over the country and helped inspire a movement that had formerly received little...
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As Mongolia continues to develop, so too does our awareness of pressing social issues. There exists a dire need to support children with disabilities, especially those located in the rural areas. The Association of Parents with Disabled Children (APDC) is a national organization. They are one of the leading organizations working to provide these children...
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Another way travelers can help with our charity projects is to donate gently used clothes. We use these donations in a myriad of ways. Homelessness in UB is an issue, as in many other cities around the world. The varied paths that lead a person there are numerous, but they all endure the same challenges:...
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Merciful World NGO Merciful World are a group of parents with children with disabilities. They established this NGO to provide jobs for parents of children with disability. They spend their profits on projects that benefit the well-being of children with disability. Their main activity is to manufacture eco-friendly products such as non-plastic bags, souvenirs and...
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The 29th School of Ulaanbaatar is unique in that it has the only program dedicated to deaf children in primary and secondary education. We work in conjunction with Dashdendev, the school’s art teacher, by selling these students’ works of art to travelers through our guest house. Proceeds from these sales are returned to the students...
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Enkhtur has hydrocephalus (water on the brain) since he was 8 years old, which has caused him to loose his vision and his ability to walk, but his brain works just fine. Meg met him in the hospice and she decided to purchase a wheelchair for Enkhtur, as he had none. He is a very...
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Meg met a lovely family while travelling in Central Mongolia whose oldest 19 year old son Bayaraa* was half paralysed from the age of two due to medical treatment. His wheelchair was broken and he had to crawl around. The Mongolian government gives disabled people low cost wheelchairs every 5 years.  Bayaraa’s wheelchair had already...
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