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Earthquake Hits Iran

On April 9, a 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck the town of Kaki 60miles southeast of Bushehr in southern Iran. According to BBC news, 10,000 people in 50 villages are thought to live in the affected area. Two villages have reportedly been

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Hello, my name is Theara

Theara (15 years old) Hello, my name is Theara. I was born in Phnom Penh in Steung Meangchey. I don’t know my father, I’ve never seen him in my life. My mother took care of me. But then my mother died.

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MAP 2012 End of the Year Report

We are proud to report that in 2012 we have spent over $320,000 on programs to help empower and improve the lives of children living in poverty. This work is made possible through your continued support, generosity and participation in our

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MAP’s Vision for 2013

Dear Friends, I cannot thank you enough for your commitment and support of MAP and the Children. The year 2013 promises to be yet another auspicious year for our children. We live in a world that is much more connected than

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MAP 2012 mid-year Project Report

Dear Friends, 2012 has been a wonderful year of growth and development for MAP’s children. In addition to our programs in Afghanistan, Cambodia, Iran, Sierra Leone and the U.S., we have adopted an orphanage in Orissa, India! MAP is going strong

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Update from Shahid Shojaie Orphanage in Iran

Thanks to your generosity, we launched an education program in Shahid Shojaie Orphanage for girls in Tehran, Iran. We built and furnished a computer work room, and, thanks to a grant from Unique Zan Foundation, purchased computers and will be providing

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