The ‘Nairamdal 2’ summer camp is being set up at on the banks of Lake Khuvsgul, the largest fresh-water lake in Mongolia. Meaning ‘Friendship’, the Nairamdal camp is of great importance to the development of tourism, the promotion of children’s leisure activities, improvement of their talents and skills and the development of the child-led organizations.
The governor of Khuvsgul province announced 2019 as the ‘Year of Child Protection and Family Development Support’. According to Governor L.Ganbold, the camp will receive not only local kids, but also children from all over Mongolia and neighbouring countries, giving them the opportunity to spend the summer vacation at Lake Khuvsgul.
The main Nairamdal International Children’s Centre is headquartered 30km from Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia, in the lovely Bayangol Valley. Built in the 1970s, the center was the brainchild of Anastasia Filatova, the influential Russian wife of former Mongolian Communist leader, Yu.Tsedenbal. The centre contains buildings constructed in the styles of Central Asia, Latin America, Scandinavia and the Balkans.