“Ireedui” or “Future” Family Group Introduction
Group Name: Ireedui
Eleven girls ages 18 to 21 make up the “Ireedui” family group. In our group, we have 2 full orphans, 7 half orphans, and 2 ladies with parents who are unaccounted for. Girls who have living parents but who are in our center, are here after being removed from troubled home lives. Of our group members, 3 are studying at university, 1 at the Mongolian Technical and Manufacturing College, 2 in college, and 6 in high school.
Notable Successes of our group
The girls in our group have come to us from various centers. Five transferred here from the Special Center for Child and Youth Development (SCCYD), 2 from the Onor Bul (Large Family) center, 2 from the Christina Noble center, 1 from the Badamliyanhuya (Lotus) center, and 1 from World Vision International. They enjoy singing, dancing, and playing music, and have found success in volleyball, table tennis, and chess competitions. Some other successes include:
● Gold, silver, and bronze medals in school and youth center tournaments.
● Gold medal in the “A future moved by music” arts festival
● Gold medal and other awards for volleyball in the “Five Rings” sports competition.