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
We are so excited to have purchased a new school bus for our Education Outreach Program, thanks to the Generosity of the following donors: ANGEL FUNDER ($5K) Samaneh Tahbazof GUARDIAN FUNDER ($2K) Mina Motahari DEFENDER FUNDER ($500) Mandana Sigaroudi LOVE FUNDER ($200) Alex Mortazavi Lily Sarafan Natalie Milani Yumlu HOPE FUNDER LETTERS ($100) Leila Azad Mary A Deshadarevian Jacqueline Huie … Read More
We are very excited to report that we have finished construction of our second school in Senegal in partnership with Natangué Sénégal. This school replaces the previous broken-down building for Cheikh Amadou Lo Elementary School in Mbour Senegal, which had to be demolished due to safety issues. The school serves 800 students from the impoverished neighborhood.
We are very excited to share with you the completion of 8 more Mahd Roosta – Preschool Daycare Centers in impoverished villages of Iran. This project is part of MAP’s Education Program in Iran. Click here to view map-mahd-koodak-flyer. These centers were established, thanks to the generosity of: Mehrdad Ellie, Haydeh Keramat, Neda Nobari, Mina Ghafghaichi, Afsaneh Oskouy, Lily Sarafan, … 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
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