Nairamdal

Nairamdal

 

(also Khyitun), the highest peak in the Tabyn-Bogdo-Ola massif in the Altai. Elevation, 4,356 m.

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Tuvshin Tulshig is the director general of the International Children's Centre Nairamdal (ICCN), Mongolia's largest extracurricular school and summer camp.
In 2008, in conjunction with the Mongolian Camping Association, I engaged in a comparative study between Mongolia's International Children's Centre Nairamdal and a Canadian summer camp.
This was a question that prompted the comparative cross-cultural study Fostering Cosmopolitan Citizenship through Camp Experience (Fine & Tuvshin, 2010) between The Hollows Camp in Canada and the International Children's Center Nairamdal in Mongolia.
But the inaugural meeting of the Asian Camping Fellowship in July 2004, found over seventy camp leaders from Hong Kong, Malaysia, Mongolia, Japan, and Australia gathered at Nairamdal International Children's Centre to develop their vision of creating a better world for children through camping.