We are excited to share that our new private orphanage in fully renovated and furnished, ready for our girls. Thank you to everyone who contributed towards the renovation and furnishing of this home for 30 orphaned girls in Kerman, Iran.
We are very excited to share with you that we have secured all the funds necessary for establishing our first private girls orphanage in Kerman, Iran. This has been made possible thanks, largely, to a $150,000 generous donation by the Tahbazof Family Foundation. Additionally, the Tahbazof Family Foundation has kindly agreed to become MAP’s first Partner in Philanthropy and is … Read More
Moms Against Poverty is pleased to share that another school project is currently coming to its completion in the province of Sistan and Baluchestan, situated southeast of Iran, bordering Pakistan and Afghanistan. Thanks to funds from the Tahbazof Family Foundation, MAP is building a school for the children of one of the most impoverished and desolate rural regions of Iran … Read More
Orphaned and neglected children are some of the world’s most vulnerable populations. UNICEF estimates that there are over 150 million orphans worldwide. 1.5 million orphans live in orphanages in Iran. Many goodhearted and loving orphan homes face lack of funding and resources to properly provide for the children in their care. MAP and Nikgaman Jamshid (MAP’s sister NGO in Iran) … Read More
Shonbeh is located in the southern Iranian province of Bushehr. In 2013, several earthquakes hit and devastated this region. MAP took immediate action and assisted in the rebuilding efforts in the region. Thanks to generous contributions by MAP donors, as per the request of the residents of Shonbeh, we re-built the town’s cultural center, which was named “Omeed”, meaning “hope” … Read More
MAP is establishing pre-school centers in 100 impoverished, rural, and remote villages of Iran. These remote village communities are identified and selected based on the populations’ critical needs and necessities. Life in these locations usually entails farming or herding livestock with most of the village residents living in poverty. Generally, infants and young children spend the day on their mothers’ … Read More