Last November I had the chance to travel around Central Mongolia with some staff from the international development organization Mercy Corps. We visited seven small businesses: a bakery, a ger felt factory, a carpentry coop, a sewing coop, a massage therapy group focusing on people with disabilities, a milk producer, and a felt handicraft production group.

I tagged along as a photographer/videographer, capturing interviews with business leaders at each of the locations we visited. I included five of the short films about these small businesses in a previous post.

Here are the last two:

One thought on “Countryside Stories, Part 2

  1. Both of these videos brought back memories of the wonderful people in Mongolia that I met while teaching English there and on my second trip back to help minister to the street children. I still have students in Mongolia who write me and one visited me last summer…her first trip to the USA. The Mongolians are very special people and I am glad that Mercy Corp can help them. Nancy from Boyer Writes http://www.boyerwrites.wordpress.com

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