Schools in Iran

Phase Three

Phase three included the addition of several technical schools built on large plots of land. Students were given space to stay on campus if they lived a great distance away. Prior to the opening of these schools, many graduates were unable to pass the university entrance exams while simultaneously industries were struggling to find skilled technicians.

I am proud that more than 23,000 students are studying in my facilities. You can only grow and develop with education. I am providing this chance so that these students can make a life. Everyone on earth deserves to make a good life for themselves.
~ Djavad Mowafaghian

Good Prospects

Now the students study, become certified and find work in electronics, plumbing, mechanics and other fields when they graduate.
~ Vahid Eshghi.

Impact Across Generations

We built these projects with our hearts, recognizing the importance of these schools from this generation to the next. The buildings reflect the personalities of each community, which makes a large emotional impact on its people. They feel a sense of pride in the schools and in their children. People come to learn, grow and improve.
~ Masoud Eshghi

Help for the Hearing Impaired

At the School for the Deaf, the teachers work tirelessly to help the girls so that they perform well at whatever they choose to do.

Equal Opportunities

Blind and visually impaired students have the same academic and developmental goals as sighted students of equal cognitive ability. Djavad Mowafaghian wants to ensure that the children who attend his facilities reach those goals.

Universal Aspirations

Like students everywhere, when asked what they want to become when they grow up, the answers are diverse: Doctor, Lawyer, Astronaut, Footballer, Dancer, Engineer, Architect, Designer, Painter.

Changed for the Better

The Djavad Mowafaghian schools have changed thousands and thousands of lives in Tehran for the better.

~ Masoud Eshghi