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Our Charity Work
Wheelchair Project
APDC
Single Parent
Flash Mob
Paintings
Cricket Mongolia
NCAV NGO

There are many social issues in the communities through which we travel around Mongolia. There are many people living in poverty, there are single parents who often struggle to feed, clothe and educate their children and families of disabled children often struggle to give their children the best healthcare and opportunities they can. As such, poverty and disability are two areas where Inspire Mongolia have chosen to support a movement towards positive change in the communities in which we travel.

Meg began by volunteering at the state run orphanage, it made her sad to see many young children without a home or family. Meg hopes these children are adopted before they begin to have childhood memories. Meg enjoys seeing them happy when they receive small gifts. However, without their parents it is apparent that there is sadness in the children’s eyes.

Since, there are many social issues in Meg’s country, including poverty and disability, Meg wanted to use her business as a way of contributing to her community to make positive change.  In Mongolia many people are living in poverty on the streets collecting empty bottles and cans, just trying to make enough money to survive, struggling as single parents whose children may be without food for several days. Those children who are disabled or abandoned rely on the generosity of others to supplement what the government can provide.

Meg began by volunteering at the state run orphanage, it made her sad to see many young children without a home or family. Meg hopes these children are adopted before they begin to have childhood memories. Meg enjoys seeing them happy when they receive small gifts. However, without their parents it is apparent that there is sadness in the children’s eyes.

Meg undertook research on different charities in Mongolia, mostly involving children and single parents. As a result of the research she has instigated different activities in the past few years including: Donations for the State Orphanage, supplying wheelchairs, donations for single parents, human rights, and the Association of Parents with disabled children. Meg’s family did a volunteering in Malawi, Africa. Meg loves to think of it as only the beginning of her work and is expanding her activities every year where possible.

How you can help

By choosing Meg’s Adventure Tours in Mongolia, you are already helping local communities in need in Mongolia.  A portion of the profits from the company goes to local projects such as these [link to community projects?].  

Alternatively, if you wish to contribute to community projects directly through this website, you may donate safely and securely (see link etc). Even small donations make a huge difference.

Donations can include:

  • Blankets
  • Bandages
  • Clothing and shoes
  • School stationery
  • Toys

Or you can email us to find out what items are currently needed. Please fully pay all postage before mailing items [link to donations to a local charity of your choice].

Please join us in 2016 for an unforgettable taste of Mongolian culture while making a great contribution to the world.  

Travel that changes lives

WHEELCHAIR FOR A NOMADIC BOY

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 been broken for 2 years. Finally, thanks to the help of Meg’s clients, she managed to buy him a wheelchair with funding from the profit made on Meg’s Adventure tours. Probably due to his disability and loss of confidence Bayaraa was very timid. With Meg’s encouragement and with time, he gained confidence and his ability to mix with others. He’s certainly not shy anymore !

WHEELCHAIR FOR ENKHTUR

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 smart and special boy with lots of potential. Doctors said that he will only live for 3 to 4 more years even if he is well cared for and loved which is very sad as life can be very unfair for some people. Meg is very happy that she was able to provided another wheelchair from her work for the young charming boy and improve the quality of his life.

Helping Disabled Children

The Association of Parents with Disabled Children (APDC) is a network of parents in Mongolia and founded in 2000 through the grass-roots efforts of parents. The association works to protect the rights of children with disabilities and encourages their development and integration into mainstream society.

Inspire Mongolia started supporting the association and parents by providing new equipment for the children. This includes a purpose built chair to assist children with Cerebral Palsy improve their sitting ability. In the future Meg aims to buy more equipment and to help as much as she can to support the hard working, strong parents who care for their children in both the countryside and town locations with APDC.

APDC Bayan-ulgii Province

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 with resources and an education to prepare them for their futures. Their centre in Bayan-Ulgii provides opportunities for therapy and education for the children of the surrounding area. A portion of the profits from our trips to Bayan-Ulgii are donated to the local APDC centre to help provide funding for educational materials, such as stationary and books. This past summer’s trip enabled us to make a donation of $200 and notebooks for the students!

SINGLE PARENT

Women who sew traditional Dell clothes were assisted by Meg to continue their work. Most of the women who sew the clothes are either single parents or on low incomes. Meg was in the street one day and got talking to a TV crew who were filming the ladies and explained that they no longer had a working sewing machine to do their work for much needed income. Meg assisted by purchasing a sewing machine and an iron so the women could continue their work to support and feed their families. Meg hopes the sewing machine makes lots of traditional clothes to improve the lives of these talented single mums and their children.

SINGLE FATHER – ULAANBAATAR GER DISTRICTS

Support for single mothers has always been an issue dear to me, however, it isn’t one shouldered by women alone. In the ger districts of UB, ________, a father of two, struggles to support his family after his wife passed away from lung cancer two years ago. With a portion of our proceeds, we provided his children with school materials and some financial support for their education.

RIGHTS FOR DISABLED CHILDREN – FLASH MOB

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 public attention. With reportedly over 30,000 disabled children in Mongolia, we are proud to have been an official sponsor for this wonderful event.

PAINTINGS

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 to help encourage, empower, and inspire these children. Our belief is that in doing so, we are equipping them with the confidence to boldly move forward with their lives with every ounce of brilliance and talent that they possess.

CRICKET MONGOLIA

These cricket sets were donated by Meg Tselmeg and Ben Gwilliam for our kid’s cricket clinics that we will organize this summer. The sets are brought from Australia. Thank you very much for your support and donation. We wish you and your family health and happiness.

NATIONAL CENTER AGAINST VIOLENCE

Гэр бүлийн болон бэлгийн хүчирхийлэлд өртсөн эмэгтэйчүүд, хүүхдүүдийг дэмжих, тэдэнд сэтгэлийн дэм үзүүлж хандив өгдөг сайн сэтгэлтэй байгууллага хамт олон, хувь хүмүүсийн цуваа үргэлжилсээр байна. 

Энэ удаа  -ийн хамт олон хамгаалах байрны үйл ажиллагаатай танилцаж, байрлаж буй хүүхдүүдэд хандив өгч, эмэгтэйчүүдтэй халуун дотно, чин сэтгэлийн яриа өрнүүллээ. 

Гэр бүлийн болон бэлгийн хүчирхийлэлд өртсөн эмэгтэйчүүд, хүүхдүүдийг дэмжих, тэдэнд сэтгэлийн дэм үзүүлж хандив өгдөг сайн сэтгэлтэй байгууллага хамт олон, хувь хүмүүсийн цуваа үргэлжилсээр байна. 

Энэ удаа  -ийн хамт олон хамгаалах байрны үйл ажиллагаатай танилцаж, байрлаж буй хүүхдүүдэд хандив өгч, эмэгтэйчүүдтэй халуун дотно, чин сэтгэлийн яриа өрнүүллээ. 

Мөн манай төвийн үйл ажиллагааг дэмжин орон нутгийн салбарын мэргэжилтнүүдийг чадавхижуулах сургалтанд зориулан 500$ хандивласан. ХЭҮТ нь орон нутгийн 11 салбартай бөгөөд энэхүү сургалтанд хамрагдсанаар үндэсний хэмжээнд шинэчлэн батлагдсан Гэр бүлийн хүчирхийлэлтэй тэмцэх тухай хуулийг хэрэгжүүлэх, гэр бүлийн болон бэлгийн хүчирхийллийн хохирогч, даван туулагч нартай ажиллах хүний нөөцийг чадавхижуулах алхам болж байгаа юм. 

“Meg’s Guesthouse tours” ХХК-ны захирал Э.Цэлмэг (Meg Tselmeg), түүний дүү Э.Цэнгэл болон найз н.Ганзориг нартаа ХЭҮТ-ийн үйллчүүлэгчид, нийт ажиллагсдынхаа өмнөөс чин сэтгэлийн талархал илэрхийлж байна. 

Аюулгүйн ирээдүйн төлөөх бидний хамтын ажиллагаа улам өргөжин батжих болтугай.