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PROVIDE EDUCATION, SUSTAINABLE VOCATIONAL TRAINING, AND HEALTH SERVICES

 
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MISSION AND MOTTO

1Donya is an organization formed to serve and empower individuals and families in resource poor communities through vocational training, education, and health services.


Donya means “world” in many languages such as Persian, Arabic, Urdu, Hindi, and Turkish. 1Donya means one world, which is the core philosophy behind our organization, instilled in the following verses by the Persian poet Sa’di:


Human beings are members of a whole,

In creation of one essence and soul.

If one member is afflicted with pain,

Other members uneasy will remain.

If you have no sympathy for human pain,

The name of human you cannot retain.

 

OUR TEAM

1Donya’s team is dedicated to creating a better future.

 

OUR PROJECTS

Hope Library

A network of rural libraries that are staffed with skilled professionals to conduct early child education training and extracurricular activities.

GLOBAL TAILOR

A sustainable vocational training for marginalized women to produce appealing and everyday clothing for the western consumers.

C4C

Code 4 Change teaches computer coding to individuals in resource poor locations. The project uses open platforms to provide an interactive learning experience.

AWESOME BOOKS

Develops and distributes interactive audio/visual books in local languages that are focused on topics important for early child development and education, and tackle gender specific issues.

 

GIVE A LITTLE, CHANGE A LOT

We Can’t Do it Without You

1Donya depends on the generosity of benefactors like you. Thanks for helping us raise funds, every cent you decide to contribute makes a big difference in the world. All your donations are tax deductible, and more than 85% of your donations go to the actual programs we run. If you like your donation to go to a specific project we have, please indicate that in your donation.

 

WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!

Get in touch with 1Donya to learn more about our work and find out how to donate.

Email:

Phone:

(323) 81D-ONYA