What We Do | Our Programs
Our Education Program is committed to creating a brighter future and breaking the cycle of poverty. It grants children access to free education while equipping them with essential skills like critical thinking and problem-solving. Additionally, we prioritize their physical and emotional well-being. In addition to building schools, learning hubs, and libraries, we spearhead vocational programs. These offer free classes to thousands of children globally, as well as to female heads of households in disadvantaged communities.
- Overall 35,050 children gained access to free education
- In Iran, we provided access toe education for over 25,876 children living in rural or impoverished villages. Additionally, we continues/started construction of 25 schools and vocational schools, completing 3 of them.
- In the United States, Danesh powered by Moms Against Poverty+InspireTech is a STEM Education program for refugee girls from the Middle East grades 3-12 in Northern California. Launching in the Summer of 2022, Danesh creates a space for learning science/tech that infuses role-modeling, fun, creativity, encouragement, and kindness. As a result, the girls will gain competency and confidence, opening a path for their future growth and opportunities. Learn more…
- In Cambodia, we funded enrollment for 3 graduates to attend university studying IT, Law, and Architectural Design. Moms Against Poverty also gave access to education and monthly food provisions to 111 impoverished children in Prek Takov Commune.
- In Senegal, we constructed a new building at the Diamaguene Elementary School enabling 150 more children to attend school while continuing to support 900 children attending existing schools.
- In India, we constructed a new floor, and added 7 new classrooms, supporting 201 new students in need of access to education at an existing school.