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Alumni interview NOHA Studente uit Mongolie in Broerstraat 5

05 April 2017
Oyuntuya Bayanjargal (31) voltooide in 2016 als eerste Mongoolse student het internationale masterprogramma Humanitarian Assistance (NOHA). Inmiddels woont ze weer in haar moederland en werkt ze onder meer aan de bestrijding van luchtvervuiling. ‘De hoofdstad van Mongolië, Ulaanbaatar (UB), kampt met zeer ernstige luchtverontreiniging. Dat is vooral zo in de wintermaanden, wanneer de temperatuur zakt tot wel min dertig en veel mensen kolen verbranden om warm te blijven.... lees meer in Broerstraat 5, April 2017, p 7.
Last modified:16 August 2017 11.19 a.m.

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