One thing I learned whilst driving in Africa, and across the Sahara, is just what poverty means. Even those who live in what is considered poverty in UK have a lifestyle that most people in developing countries can't even imagine, let alone aspire to. That's why I'm working to help the people of a foreign country, not my own.
I've chosen Mongolia because I have confidence that Go Help will look after my donation and ensure that it's used how my sponsors and I intend, rather than simply disappearing to line the pockets of a corrupt official as may happen elsewhere.
I'm delivering the ambulance myself because it'll be a fun experience, and I want to do it myself before I get too old.
It's a New Year and MongolAid is starting it with a New Navigator:
Experienced rally navigator Steve Freeman has joined the team as co-driver & navigator, and is already bringing great energy, route and fund-raising ideas to the team (of which more later).
For now, you can read more about our new team-member here:
or, if that link doesn't work:
Happy New Year to all fellow Charity Ralliers.