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Off Road in Northern Mongolia

White Lake, Tsagaan Nuur. This is the only boat I saw on the lake.  I learned that tourists do come to fish, though I didn’t see any other vessels during my stay.   Our visit to the Dukha

A View from the Taiga in Mongolia

Crowded into our ortz watching ‘Migration.’ I am traveling with Sas Carey of Nomdicare on a grant from the American Center for Mongolian Studies. While Sas works to document the life of the Dukha

Art and Life: Reindeer Herder Children in Mongolia

In the north of Mongolia, not too far from Russia, I just completed a small research study on tourism among the nomadic Dukha reindeer herders of the East and West taiga. This research was funded by
Buying twill that the reindeer herders will use for harnesses and for everyday needs.

Working from the Heart with Reindeer Herders in Mongolia

I’ve been on many humanitarian trips around the world in the last 40 years and my present visit to Mongolia to visit the Dukha reindeer herders brings together all aspects of these experiences and

Help Support the Granny Project

Corawill  is a Connecticut non-profit that helps support an amazing project that benefits both elderly pensioners and handicapped orphans in Bulgaria. Under the direction of Tabitha Foundation, a

Corawill Volunteers

This month, volunteers with Corawill, Inc., a Danbury based 501 (c)(3), will travel for our fourth year to Bulgaria to help out with Leadership Academy GLOW and Tabitha Foundation. Our helpers include

Christmas Cards from Corawill, Inc.

Corawill, Inc, a Danbury 501(c)(3) has Christmas cards available that are hand-made by children living in a social institution in Bulgaria. All proceeds go right back to the children to support

GLOWing Again in Bulgaria

Above, morning announcements and energizers. Leadership Academy GLOW (LA GLOW) is a week-long summer camp in Veliko, Tarnovo, Bulgaria for girls 14 to 18 years old.  This camp was founded in 2000 by