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Mongolian U.S.G. Alumni Help Build Houses for Low-Income Families

On June 28, 2010, Mongolian U.S.G. alumni joined an Embassy wide public Diplomacy outreach event to help build houses for the low income families in Ulaanbaatar. Mongolian alumni from variety of exchange and scholarship programs such as Fulbright Student, FLTA, Global Undergraduate, and Humphrey volunteered for the "Blue Sky Build", a Habitat for Humanity Mongolia project that aims to eliminate poverty and homelessness by building simple, decent and affordable housing for people in need in Ulaanbaatar in partnership with international and domestic volunteers.

Jun 28, 2010
Mongolian U.S.G. Alumni and Ozomatli: Celebrate Diversity with Mongolian Children

On June 3rd, 2010, the Mongolian U.S.G. Alumni Association in association with Wind Bird, an NGO that works on the behalf of disabled people, and Education TV, a non-profit television network, organized a Children’s Day event at the Children’s Pal-ace for more than 300 Mongolian children in an effort to commemorate the 59th anniversary of the national holiday for children. The theme of the event, "Inclusive Not Exclusive", was selected in order to promote the idea to Mongolia’s younger generation that their many differences are what truly contribute to a more meaningful, dynamic and worthwhile society. As one of the attendees put it, "If we ignore our differences, it would be like living in a house that had only one window."


Jun 03, 2010
MUSGAA Past Activities: English for Disabled

The Project "English for Disabled" by the Alumni Association "Ambassadors for Development" was completed on July 8, 2009. It was an enormous success.

The project initiated in 2008 was funded by the State Alumni Office. The project goal and mission were to support the dis-advantaged community through teaching English, motivational talks, educational and cultural programs and information sharing.

The Alumni Association selection panel chaired by Association board member Ms. B. Gantuya interviewed 68 applicants and selected 34 students who met the re-quirements of the project.

Jul 08, 2009
MUSGAA Past Activities: The Education/US College Fair

The US College Fair aimed at promoting host universities of US Government alumni, pro-vide opportunities for Mongo-lian students to learn more about studying and living in the USA, help prospective students find right colleges and majors, introduce US State sponsored programs and promote State Alumni as well as Ambassadors for Development to the general public. The alumni contacted their host American universities and obtained posters, brochures and admission information.

Sep 27, 2008
MUSGAA Past Activities: Cooking Show series on American holidays

 The goal of the TV cooking show series was to deliver informa-tion about American culture through television shows featuring various holidays. The participants were the US Embassy officers and alumni. Each show was hosted by the US Embassy officer and took place at hosting officer’s residence. Four cooking shows were organized and broadcasted:

Jun 28, 2008

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