Golian, also known as Gellian, is a primitive village lacking many essential services including a school.

Hossein Fattahi Primary School project is very special as it will not only offer educational opportunities to these children in a safe and accessible environment, it will also honour a life-long educator and teacher. 

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Banoo Lagha Parvin Technical/Vocational High School 

This school has 1,225 Square meters of educational facilities in 12 classrooms and will accommodate students in various technical & vocational fields of study.

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Homa Rouhi Girls Technical/Vocation High School

This school is built in memory of a woman who had dedicated her life’s work to women’s right and was committed to girls’ empowerment through education.

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Sahar Tousi Girls Junior High School

Hami Canada was the first proud sponsor of Sahar Tousi, the Iranian female cyclist who is raising awareness about the importance of education for girls. 

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Small towns in South Khorasan Province of Iran, facing a shortage of classrooms due to influx of migrant farmers, prompted Hami Canada to build these two schools to address this need in the area.

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One of the best ways to support students is to provide easy access to a library. Now the students at this school have one

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Not only education, but girls’ education is a priority for Hami Canada.  It is also vital that girls learn the skills that would empower them to become financially independent and contribute to the economic viability of their families and communities.

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Hami Canada’s first major project was this school in the village of Gaz Manzel in Sistan & Balouchestan Province which opened in the fall of 2018 and continues to receive support through an ongoing Educational Support Program.

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As Hami Canada expanded its scope of reach, the first project undertaken was supporting computer literacy in early grades at Mother Miracle School in Rishikesh, India.

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