FIRE works to improve health and development through value-centered, community-based programs that include cultural diversity and heritage.
Communities around the world are empowered with a higher quality of life through access to safe health care and sustainable resources for responsible development.
Working relationships with stakeholders, including government and civil society organizations as well as individuals maximize efficiency and impact.
FIRE’s approach to program development and rigorous evaluation creates replicable programs that address problems in new and effective ways.
FIRE maintains a high standard of oversight, integrity, and efficiency, setting it apart from other organizations.
Travel in Mongolia
Join FIRE and David Edwards for an intimate journey deep into the Altai Mountains and the Kazakh culture of Western Mongolia. This rustically refined trip will be enhanced by Edward’s expertise gained from 25 years of researching and documenting this remote and enchanting part of the world. Learn more…
A Rotary Global Grant initiated by the Rotary Club of Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia), District 3450 and the Flagstaff Rotary Club (Arizona, USA), District 5495. This is the second phase of Global Grant #1529067 which was successfully completed in fall 2017.$150,000 donated of $200,000 goal