By Amber Barger, KF12, Mongolia.
If you browse Mongolian borrower profiles on Kiva.org, you’ll notice that most of them say that the borrower lives in traditional Mongolian housing named a ger, more commonly known as a yurt. Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to visit borrowers who live in traditional gers and who work in ger-producing workshops. In addition, I have the personal experience of living in a ger for a year as a Peace Corps Volunteer.
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