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Community Initiatives

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Making Ulaanbaatar brighter one brush stroke at a time.

At MGG, we believe strongly in taking part in community initiatives.

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Mentorship Program

Our team regularly visits local orphanages to act as mentors, role models and friends to the children. View Gallery ›

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Brightening up UB

Our team painted the Christina Noble Foundation Orphanage fence. View Gallery ›

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Encouraging Learning

We believe that providing children in under privileged schools with resources to prepare for post secondary school and to learn English will provide them with more opportunities. View Gallery ›

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Making UB a Playful Place

We have built playgrounds in the city for the local communities. View Gallery ›

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Providing the Necessities

As the coldest capital in the world, our team has helped keep some of the less fortunate warm during those frigid temperatures. View Gallery ›

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Making UB a Safer Place

At MGG, we believe in implementing Western safety standards into our operations and in the community. View Gallery ›

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Village to City Project

The Peace Corps ‘Village to City’ project seeks to connect ambitious, determined students from the countryside with successful Mongolian businesses, providing students with first-hand insight into the growth and opportunity in Mongolia’s commercial capital, Ulaanbaatar. The students visited Mongolia Growth Group Ltd, toured our offices, and received presentations from some of our business leaders. The students developed an understanding of the job market, how our company is contributing to Mongolia’s economic and social growth, and how students can prepare themselves to be competitive job applicants in the years to come.
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Encouraging Computer Learning

Mongolia Growth Group Ltd employees recently donated four used computers and equipment to the Mongolian-Indian School for Children’s Day. These computers will be used by the children at the school to help them develop essential computer skills.View Gallery ›

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Caring for the Community

On Children’s Day employees at our Tuguldur Centre presented small gifts to the district’s orphanage children. The children were very happy with their gifts and they kindly drew some pictures to say thank you to our team. View Gallery ›