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The places we work: Mongolia

World Vision
14 February 2013 by World Vision
The places we work: Mongolia

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This week we’re sharing photos from World Vision’s Cecil Laguardia in Mongolia:

World Vision Mongolia's Payankhoshuu Area Development Program (ADP) in Bulgan Aimag, Mongolia.

World Vision Mongolia’s Payankhoshuu Area Development Program (ADP) in Bulgan Aimag, Mongolia.

"I love my job", says Muggi, World Vision's sponsorship officer in Payankhoshuu Area Development Program (ADP) in Bulgan Aimag (province).
“I love my job”, says Muggi, World Vision’s sponsorship officer in Payankhoshuu Area Development Program (ADP) in Bulgan Aimag.

Girls in Mongolia like seven year old Altantsetseg are vulnerable to air pollution caused by smoke from various sources for winter heating. World Vision assists by having projects like coal distribution.
Girls in Mongolia like seven year old Altantsetseg are vulnerable to air pollution caused by smoke from various sources for winter heating. World Vision assists by having projects like coal distribution.

Spotted! As their parents got busy at the clean-up project, these kids played football on ice. Incredible stamina!
Spotted! As their parents got busy at the clean-up project, these kids played football on ice. Incredible stamina!

Snonintsetseg shows us how to maintain the zuukh (stove) inside their gerd to keep the family warm. She said the stove was handed down from her grandparents.

Snonintsetseg shows us how to maintain the zuukh (stove) inside their gerd to keep the family warm. She said the stove was handed down from her grandparents.

 

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