GER to GER Foundation – Funding and Managing Social Economic Development and Conservation Initiatives

GER to GER’s Give2Asia Fund

Since the beginning, GER to GER’s mission has been centered around social economic development and conservation in developing countries and in countries’ with remote geographic locations to tap supply and value chains to advance local, regional and national development interests. Based upon several decades of experience, GER to GER is expanding its global partnerships with the aim of generating support via networking for important development and conservation initiatives.

All generated funds will be managed by our USA based, internationally renown, Give2Asia Partner – An Official 501c3 (USA Tax Deductible Charity/Non-Profit Organization).

Current Fundraising Project – The Gobi Bear Initiative strives to catalog, monitor and assist the last remaining 23 species on planet earth!

Any Size Donations are Greatly Appreciated!

GER TO GER Crowdfunding – USA Give2Asia 501c3

Mongolia’s Natural Resources – Man, Wildlife, Environment and Economics


Chingis Khan

Since ancient times, dating pre-Chingis Khan and afterwards – Mongols have had an infinity with their natural resources. In fact, based on a strong evolution of nomadic principles united under Chingis Khan – 100s of Mongol cultural traditions have been established in order to protect and conserve the county’s fragile natural resources. Mongols have been so concerned of nature that they adopted seasonal migratory practices to allow the very grass that sustains their nomadic lifestyle to heal and rehabilitate. Mongols generally have a keen awareness of how external influences impacts their geographical watersheds, etc., and are experts of the geography. However, today with the development of new technology and advancement of techniques that have greatly impacted the research world – new opportunities to enhance research initiatives are available but still too costly for humble researchers to obtain. GER to GER is now spanning its reach to include well established research initiatives into its Give2Asia fundraising network to further assist these important social economic development and wildlife conservation initiatives.


Lake Khuvsgul

Northern Mongolia’s Lake Khuvsgul is one of country’s precious geographical gems and one of the deepest freshwater lakes throughout Central Asia.Trips to Northern Mongolia

Northern Mongolia’s Huder

Mongolia is home to many interesting wildlife species but none captures the imagination as the mysterious “Huder”. From a distance it looks to be part deer, rabbit, kangaroo, and vampire – lol ;)Trust me, I didn’t believe it existed until I saw the photo myself…Trips to Northern Mongolia
GERtoGER-Bayar-Copyrighted-PastureHorses-Photo-2015 The Eastern Steppe of Mongolia is known for is flowing flat grassland – historically significant for the famed Khalkh River Battle.Trips to Eastern Mongolia

Gobi Desert’s Khongor Els Sand Dunes

The deep southern region of the Gobi Desert is famed for its geographic wonders – one highlight of Mongolia is the Khongor Els Sand Dunes; the home of the Bactrian Camels, a two hump camel only found in Mongolia.Trips to Southern Mongolia

Gobi Desert’s Bayanzag – Flaming Red Cliffs

The Gobi Desert is home to many prehistoric mysteries and findings. Early American Explorer and Archeologist, Roy Chapman Andrews, was the first to discover fossilized dinosaur eggs in these very desert cliffs of Bayanzag that is popularly known as the Flaming Red Cliffs.Trips to Southern Mongolia

Gobi Desert Gazelles

Second to Africa, Mongolia has an enormous population of wild Gazelles that migrate between the southern Gobi Desert and Eastern Steppes of Mongolia.Trips to Southern Mongolia

Gobi Desert Vegetation and Wildlife

Though deserts are typically thought to be inhospital to any living creatures – its quite a lively location. Mongolia’s gobi desert region is home to Gazelles, Snow Leopards, many bird and reptile species, and more!Trips to Southern Mongolia

Gobi Desert’s Mazaalai Bear

One of the most rarest mammals on Planet Earth today, Mongolia’s Gobi Bear is only 23 species towards absolute extinction! Today, the illusive Gobi Bear is starting to grab international interests of global wildlife conservation initiatives.Trips to Southern Mongolia

Central Mongolia’s Shireet White Lake

Mongolia geographical terrain has many small lakes throughout the country that are popular rest stops for internationally migratory birds.Trips to Central Mongolia

Migratory Birds

Though migratory birds can be found across Mongolia – the massive flocks arrive in fall time and typically prefer central and southern lakes.Trips to Central Mongolia

Mongolia’s Snow Leopards

Mongolia is home for the illusive Snow Leopard that is found in the mountain regions spanning from the south western Gobi Desert towards central Gobi Desert.Trips to Southern Mongolia

Western Altai Mountain Region

Mongolia is a growing destination for avid trekkers, mountain climbers and bikers – the remote western Altai regions of Mongolia are geographically stunning and home to variety of bird and animal species.Trips to Western Mongolia