Renchinlhumbe School Images
Fascinated from childhood with the culture and mystery of Mongolia, Karna Kurata traveled all the way to the Darhat Valley in the Fall of 2004.  Here, she shares these images of the children of Renchinlhumbe with us
(additional images courtesy Teki Sankey)

Ed Sawyer, two time Boojum client to Mongolia teaches English at the Renchinlhumbe school on his "volunteer" project October and November, 2004.

Dorm life.  Students study the Yatga (left) and Yochin (right).

English class is always full.

School Cafeteria (approximately 200 of the students are boarding students)

In 2005 the metal roofs of the school were repaired and painted.

Correcting lessons

Students in Mongolia study hard under difficult conditions.


Students and teachers in the schoolyard

A meeting of teachers (desks and tables donated by Boojum Expeditions and BioRegions Project)   Woodstove for heat in dormitory

Dining Hall Images (Before renovation)

Kitchen (all food cooked over woodstoves)                                In a dorm room

In a dorm room

The current shower house.  Note woodpile.