Since its inception in 1997, Children's Ger has provided schooling to over 1,200 children and young people who would otherwise not have attended school. 'Ger' is the name of the traditional Mongolian felt tent, which has housed the Mongol nomads for centuries. Dozens of extremely poor and vulnerable families have been assisted through the project to move forward in life.
The project was originally established on a private initiative in a Mongolian-German collaboration, in response to the large amount of street children in Ulaanbaatar in the 1990es.
CICED support to Children's Ger
Project title: CICED support to Children's Ger
Project start-end: 1.01.2011 - ongoing
Partner: Children's Ger, Bayankhoshuu, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Budget: approx. 40,000 DKK per year
A list of articles in connection with the project. Most articles are written in Danish.