Mongolia is known for its rugged, grand, and spacious landscapes, and of course, being the home of Chinggis Khan. The struggles of nomadic life have caused many to seek work in the city. With more than half of the population living in the capital city, there is an unique blending of urban and rural cultures in Ulaanbaatar, the nation's capital. Mongolia's culture is heavily influenced by Russia and Western pop culture, and is unique from many other Asian countries. Mongolian people are generally hospitable, friendly, people-oriented, resilient, and strong. Those coming to serve the Mongolians need a heart to love people and to do life in community. Having an adventurous, patient, flexible, hard-working, and determined spirit will also be tremendous assets as you navigate life, culture, and relationships with teammates and locals. If that sounds like you, then you should consider how you can be a part of the work in Mongolia.