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Lately, I examine a write-up in the magazine of a veterinarian who specializes in artificially inseminating animals. Obviously, as everyone could suppose meaning the sperm must be accumulated by somebody too. The vet only happened to be a lady...not that there surely is anything wrong with that (apologies to Seinfeld...yes, I know that doesn't create her gay, but, genuinely, come on.)can it be my creativity or wouldn't that take a great deal of enjoyment out-of for that pet? Just think, a race horse is putout after making huge amount of money for his homeowners by winning races and this is his prize, to stud?? He's been bragging to his pals at the nearby giving trough about every one of the fillies then he perceives a female returning at him with a glove on and he'll be bedding shortly ! I assume it could be alot worse, he might see a proctologist as he snaps over a rubber glove like I did so for my actual, nevertheless it however only doesn't appear good for the mount. Plus, what's it prone to do for the appearance of the horse? And think about blindness?!? This really is obtaining less and reasonable the more I believe about it.The article mentioned since it prevents accidents to the feminine...most of the outrageous animal sex, it's better for the animals in this manner, I suppose. But that has been likely why the moose labored so difficult to win all those races inside the first place, so he could possibly be paid with wild pet sex.The veterinarian does not simply assistance horses, because it were, but different animals too. Is it me, or do you likewise doubt the options of turtles hurting themselves by speedy, movements that are intimate that are outrageous? ... And how can you accumulate semen from the lizard? Or even more precisely, from wherever do sperm obtain from the lizard?My next thought is who retains it and how large of a glass do you need to gather sperm from a moose? Also, do they've to exhibit the mounts photos of female horses in effective jobs or do they create moose adult for this purpose (or for exceptionally unusual people?)Oh sure, someone will probably wreck this further for that poor pets by telling me a does not obtain the sperm but that it is completed by some type of a...or worse somebody has published a software package that does it. COME ON PEOPLE! We are planning to get these bad animals therefore ticked another point you realize they will not consent to become consumed at us down about we examine the psyche of this lady who makes a full time income out-of doing this matter to park pets, by us anymore.How? Would not Sigmund Freud have a field day with that? But from the same symbol, what type of a psycho becomes what type of an...becomes a proctologist?...or a doctor?... or what sort of a...becomes a urologist? I think whoever has ever divorced somebody in these occupations could tell you! But, alas, let's not cast aspersions I would.I surprise what the female animals consider all this. Oh sure, the feminine animals (is that where kosher meats result from?) are satisfied, they no further need to produce the lightweight headache excuses. Which makes it more easy on the one that are uncomfortable by their large legs, this can be notably true of the cattle along with the pigs. But think about the female animals in bars looking to entice a spouse? They cannot state, "Would you like to come back upto my house for some espresso and who understands, maybe later my vet will come around along with her glove and sperm cup."Is Not it probably that the unhappy sheepherder out in the hillsides for way too long might find this whole concept of artificially inseminating his herd fairly offensive...never mind. That basically is a whole subject that is different.
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The Peace Corps established its program in Mongolia at the invitation of the Mongolian government in 1991. Since then, more than 600 Volunteers have served in Mongolia, working in the fields of education, environment, health, small business development, information and communications technology (ICT) and nongovernmental organization (NGO) capacity building. All Peace Corps Volunteers in Mongolia are considered community development workers and, as such, support community service activities as well as cross-sector initiatives including youth development, gender and development, HIV/AIDS awareness, and ICT. Currently, 104 Volunteers work in provinces throughout Mongolia.
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The mission of Peace Corps/Mongolia Volunteers and staff is to provide community-based development assistance that addresses needs identified by Mongolian partners, and to promote cross-cultural understanding between Americans and Mongolians. Peace Corps/Mongolia programs emphasize sustainable community development and capacity building that rely on locally available resources.
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==Future of Peace Corps Programming==
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During the next few years, Peace Corps/Mongolia will focus on English education, community health, community economic development and youth development. A brief overview of Peace Corps/Mongolia’s projects follows.  
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The English education and community development project builds the capacity of English teachers by teaching students studying to become future English teachers, assisting in accessing English language resources, introducing promising education methods, and facilitating community development projects.  
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Volunteers in the community-based health project assist with community health education, help update medical professionals and medical students with medical English knowledge, facilitate preventive health initiatives, and work with local teachers to educate secondary school students about healthy life skills.  
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Community economic development (CED) Volunteers share skills and knowledge of promising business practices to help increase income generation opportunities for Mongolians.  Additionally, CED Volunteers increase the capacity of Mongolian professionals to support income-generation projects and development efforts in both rural and peri-urban settings around Mongolia.
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Youth development Volunteers increase the capacity of Mongolian youth to overcome challenging life circumstances and become young adults who contribute to improving the quality of life for themselves, their families, and their communities. Volunteers work with youth-focused NGOs, children’s centers, schools, and civil society organizations to address major challenges confronting Mongolian youth today, such as education, life skills, employability and leadership.
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To further support Mongolia’s development priorities and to strengthen the role of all Volunteers in community service and development, cross-sector initiatives in youth development, life skills, gender and development, HIV/AIDS awareness, and information and ICT will be pursued more extensively incollaboration with both Mongolian and international partners.
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== Assignment History ==
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{| border="1" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0"
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|-
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| align="center" | '''[[Sector]]''' || '''[[Assignment]]''' || '''[[Beg. Yr]]''' || '''[[End. Yr]]'''
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|-
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| rowspan="1" align="center"| '''[[Agriculture]]'''
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| [[Ag Economics]]
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| [[1993]]
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| [[1993]]
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|-
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| rowspan="6" align="center"| '''[[Business]]'''
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| [[Accounting]]
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| [[1994]]
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| [[1994]]
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|-
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| [[Business Advising]]
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| [[1992]]
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| [[2007]]
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|-
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| [[Business Development]]
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| [[1994]]
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| [[1998]]
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|-
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| [[Computer Science]]
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| [[1992]]
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| [[1992]]
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|-
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| [[Cooperatives]]
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| [[1995]]
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| [[1995]]
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|-
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| [[NGO Advising]]
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| [[1998]]
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| [[2006]]
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|-
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| rowspan="5" align="center"| '''[[Education]]'''
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| [[English Teacher]]
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| [[1991]]
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| [[2007]]
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|-
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| [[English Teacher Trainer]]
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| [[1991]]
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| [[2007]]
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|-
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| [[Prim-Ed/Teach Trn]]
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| [[1996]]
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| [[1996]]
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|-
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| [[Special Ed/Deaf]]
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| [[1992]]
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| [[1993]]
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|-
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| [[Univ. English Teaching]]
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| [[2005]]
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| [[2007]]
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|-
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| rowspan="2" align="center"| '''[[Environment]]'''
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| [[Environmental Ed.]]
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| [[1997]]
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| [[2004]]
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|-
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| [[Protected Areas Management]]
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| [[1998]]
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| [[2003]]
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|-
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| rowspan="3" align="center"| '''[[Health]]'''
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| [[Health Degreed]]
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| [[1999]]
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| [[2007]]
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|-
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| [[Health Extension]]
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| [[1998]]
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| [[2007]]
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|-
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| [[Hygiene Ed/Sanitation]]
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| [[2002]]
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| [[2002]]
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|-
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| rowspan="1" align="center"| '''[[Other]]'''
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| [[Unique Skill]]
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| [[1991]]
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| [[1991]]
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|-
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| rowspan="1" align="center"| '''[[UNV]]'''
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| [[United Nations Volunteer]]
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| [[1991]]
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| [[2003]]
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|-
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| rowspan="3" align="center"| '''[[Youth and Community Development]]'''
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| [[Appropriate Tech.]]
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| [[1996]]
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| [[1996]]
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|-
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| [[Commun. Serv/Deg.]]
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| [[2005]]
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| [[2007]]
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|-
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| [[Youth Development]]
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| [[2007]]
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| [[2007]]
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[[Category:Mongolia]]

Latest revision as of 13:04, 8 December 2015

Country Resources

The Peace Corps established its program in Mongolia at the invitation of the Mongolian government in 1991. Since then, more than 600 Volunteers have served in Mongolia, working in the fields of education, environment, health, small business development, information and communications technology (ICT) and nongovernmental organization (NGO) capacity building. All Peace Corps Volunteers in Mongolia are considered community development workers and, as such, support community service activities as well as cross-sector initiatives including youth development, gender and development, HIV/AIDS awareness, and ICT. Currently, 104 Volunteers work in provinces throughout Mongolia.

The mission of Peace Corps/Mongolia Volunteers and staff is to provide community-based development assistance that addresses needs identified by Mongolian partners, and to promote cross-cultural understanding between Americans and Mongolians. Peace Corps/Mongolia programs emphasize sustainable community development and capacity building that rely on locally available resources.


Future of Peace Corps Programming[edit]

During the next few years, Peace Corps/Mongolia will focus on English education, community health, community economic development and youth development. A brief overview of Peace Corps/Mongolia’s projects follows.

The English education and community development project builds the capacity of English teachers by teaching students studying to become future English teachers, assisting in accessing English language resources, introducing promising education methods, and facilitating community development projects.

Volunteers in the community-based health project assist with community health education, help update medical professionals and medical students with medical English knowledge, facilitate preventive health initiatives, and work with local teachers to educate secondary school students about healthy life skills.

Community economic development (CED) Volunteers share skills and knowledge of promising business practices to help increase income generation opportunities for Mongolians. Additionally, CED Volunteers increase the capacity of Mongolian professionals to support income-generation projects and development efforts in both rural and peri-urban settings around Mongolia.

Youth development Volunteers increase the capacity of Mongolian youth to overcome challenging life circumstances and become young adults who contribute to improving the quality of life for themselves, their families, and their communities. Volunteers work with youth-focused NGOs, children’s centers, schools, and civil society organizations to address major challenges confronting Mongolian youth today, such as education, life skills, employability and leadership.

To further support Mongolia’s development priorities and to strengthen the role of all Volunteers in community service and development, cross-sector initiatives in youth development, life skills, gender and development, HIV/AIDS awareness, and information and ICT will be pursued more extensively incollaboration with both Mongolian and international partners.

Assignment History[edit]

Sector Assignment Beg. Yr End. Yr
Agriculture Ag Economics 1993 1993
Business Accounting 1994 1994
Business Advising 1992 2007
Business Development 1994 1998
Computer Science 1992 1992
Cooperatives 1995 1995
NGO Advising 1998 2006
Education English Teacher 1991 2007
English Teacher Trainer 1991 2007
Prim-Ed/Teach Trn 1996 1996
Special Ed/Deaf 1992 1993
Univ. English Teaching 2005 2007
Environment Environmental Ed. 1997 2004
Protected Areas Management 1998 2003
Health Health Degreed 1999 2007
Health Extension 1998 2007
Hygiene Ed/Sanitation 2002 2002
Other Unique Skill 1991 1991
UNV United Nations Volunteer 1991 2003
Youth and Community Development Appropriate Tech. 1996 1996
Commun. Serv/Deg. 2005 2007
Youth Development 2007 2007