Pro Bono

Pro Bono Donors

Pro-bono donors provide valuable assistance to the University through the donations of goods and services.

 

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Hogan Lovells

As the first global law firm to establish a permanent presence in Ulaanbaatar, Hogan Lovells understood the potential of the Mongolian market very early on and made a commitment to provide legal services adhering to the highest international standards of quality for their clients in Mongolia and around the world. As part of their continuing tradition of providing assistance in the communities in which they practice, Hogan Lovells is providing legal assistance to American University of Mongolia on a pro bono basis during its early development phase.

 

Cross Border Markets LLC

Cross Border Markets LLC finances small and medium enterprises and their lenders in emerging markets and has in-depth experience with OPIC, other US Government-backed financial organizations, CBM is currently assisting the American University of Mongolia with its pending application for an OPIC loan on a pro-bono basis.

 

 

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Breakthrough Communications

Breakthrough PR specializes in corporate public relations and development communications. They provide creative PR and marketing communications that tie advertising with positive publicity, brand recognition, and reputation management to create a unique image associated with, for instance, responsibility, quality, credibility, integrity and innovation. Breakthrough PR has been offering its services to AUM on a pro bono basis for the past year and continues to provide valuable assistance.

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Nomadic Expeditions

Nomadic Expeditions, the premier tour operator in Mongolia, is committed to conservation efforts in Mongolia and their other travel destinations, through environmental programs, educational initiatives and the support of local nonprofits. Many of these efforts are centered at their Three Camel Lodge in the Gobi, including a successful tree-planting initiative and programs to reduce waste and encourage environmentally friendly practices by local farmers. Nomadic Expeditions also works with local Gobi communities to discourage the use of plastic bags, and operates in environmentally sustainable ways in their travels throughout the country.

AUM would like to acknowledge the generous support being given by Nomadic Expeditions to official visitors to the university. We look forward to their continued support as we begin developing our Environmental Studies Degree Program.

 

 

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The Asia Foundation

The Asia Foundation is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization committed to the development of a peaceful, prosperous, just, and open Asia-Pacific region. Mongolia-based staff work on issues such as responsible mining and environmental stewardship; corruption and legal reform; community-based mediation; trafficking in persons; and increasing educational opportunities.  Through its Books for Asia program The Asia Foundation is providing the American University of Mongolia with books for its library collection.

 

Impress Creative Design House

Impress Creative Design

Impress Creative Design House provides photography, logo design, interior design and brand book creation. Mr. N. Amgalan, owner, created logos for American University of Mongolia and the Mongolia Education Foundation in the U.S. as well as designing our 2012 Annual Report, brochures, posters and other promotional material.

 

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