Our Stories

Wrapping up 2020 with Cautious Optimism

The Need We’re wrapping up our biggest year in Senegal yet, and we could not be more excited to share this year’s work with you, who have made all our programs possible. In January, we opened MAP’s 5th school in Senegal,

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Helping Feed Children and Families in Ghana

The Need We are pleased to share our collaborative work in Ghana. Thanks to your generosity we have been able to provide food for 800 children and their family members in OBRAKYERE, a village town in the Awutu Senya District in

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Students of Senegal Go Back to School!

The Need As we anticipate the start of the school year for the students of Sénégal, we recognize that now more than ever, the support of the MAP community is vital to the learning and livelihood of the students we serve.

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Empowering Young Women in Rural Cambodia

The story of Theary Chhin – From volunteering to employment Theary Chhin was born in 2002 in the village of Toul Meas in the Lavea Em district, a neighboring region of Phnom Penh city, Cambodia. She comes from a low-income, problematic

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Feed a Child in Iran with a Click of a Button

Instagram Like Facebook Follow Twitter Share Youtube Subscribe Linkedin Post Heart Donate Likes for Loaves Social Media Campaign A. What is the “Likes for Loaves” Campaign “Likes for Loaves” is a donor sponsored social action campaign that will feed hundreds of

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The Passion for Knowledge is Kept Alive

Construction of Maryam Mirzakhani School The inauguration of the girls’ high school took place with joy and hope for the students to learn and thrive in science. For this reason, the school was named after Professor Maryam Mirzakhani. Professor Maryam Mirzakhani’s

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Senegal Meal Program

The Problem No child deserves to go hungry, yet due to the severe droughts that have ravaged Sénégal in the past decade, often followed up by deadly floods, harvests have been depleted and nearly one in five Sénégalese children are affected

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Moms Against Poverty in the U.S.

When Pastor Mike Cambra began working with the San Lorenzo community nearly 27 years ago, he realized that the people who were coming to his ministry didn’t want a hand out, instead they needed a helping hand. “One of the biggest

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Afghanistan in the time of COVID-19

In August thanks to your generosity we provided food packets to 200 Afghan families in collaboration with IOC. The packets included food staples such as rice, flour, oil, beans and hygiene essentials such as soap supporting 1400 individuals. This was done

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Moghaddas

Her name means “blessed or sacred” and despite all the hardships her family is experiencing, Moghaddas feels her life is true to her name. Living in a remote area of the Sistan and Baluchestan Province in the southeast region of Iran,

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