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25.000 km to help build schools in Mongolia


Name: Louis-Marie Bonhure & François Gillet
Organization: Le Mongolfrench
Background: Engineer students (France)
Currently: Drive 25.0000km to build schools in Mongolia

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On 15th of April the two engineer students Louis-Marie and Francois will be packing their car with school material to drive 25.000 km thru Europe and the middle east to help support building schools in Mongolia.

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Their goal is to raise funds for the association EDUCATE in order to build one new school and thereby contribute to help build up the society by educating the young children of Mongolia.

Mongolia school

We are proud to support Le Mongolfrech to protect their gear on their long journey to Mongolia and wish them the best of luck on their preparations.


For more information and to support their project visit their website Link

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