JOIN MAP in Helping the Victims of Hurricane Harvey

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Please donate to help the thousands of families affected by Hurricane Harvey’s widespread, catastrophic flooding and damage in Texas. Thousands of children and their families have been displaced in Houston and the surrounding areas due to torrential rainfall and record-breaking flooding. >Donate Now and add #Harvey in the Comment Line.

Our community at Work

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We are deeply grateful to the Association of Iranian American Professionals (AIAP) in San Diego & Qualcomm Employees for raising over $19,000 for MAP at their Walk/Run Fundraising Event.

MAP in Cambodia

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We are proud to announce that MAP’s Vocational Training Program in Cambodia is the recipient of a Teacher Development Grant from USAID. Our teachers will be training in Vocational Teaching Skills such as Social Media Development, Electronic Repairs, Salon and Beauty, Sewing, and Aquaponics (Organic Fish and Vegetable Farming). They will use this skills to help provide vocational training skills … Read More

MAP Board Visit in Iran

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We are excited to share with you pictures from the recent Iran project site visits by Board Members Delfarib Fanaie & Maryam Naghipour, and Advisory Board Member Haleh Merat. During their trip, they visited several MAP projects including: Ahmad Hakam Elementary School in Zeynab, Shabestar, Azarbaijan Province: built thanks to the generosity of Shapour Hakam. Baha Hariri Pre-School in Nogol, Kurdistan … Read More

The beginnings of MAP, it’s Mission and…

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Delfarib Fanaie, President of the Board of Moms Against Poverty, speaks to Homa Sarshar on “Sobhaaneh baa Homa Sarshar” on KiRN 670am Radio Iran. During this 15 minute segment which aired on Saturday, June 17, 2017, Delfarib talks about the beginnings of MAP, its mission, her children’s adoption story, MAP’s programs for the underprivileged children of the world, and how … Read More