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Hearts and souls worked together in building a room for a needy family
As a part of its goals, the Maysan Center for Media Development believes in charity work, and to rally all those who are ready to pitch in any activity in this respect.
MCMD contributed in building an additional room for a needy family in the Al Mahafeef poor district. The father responsible of the family was unable to complete building the room because of his financial circumstances.
The whole house comprises of this single room with a roof which was on the verge of collapsing...more
For a free media outlet which is both impartial and credible in Maysan, the governorate which was marginalised and omitted from the media for a long time.In Maysan, one of Mesopotamia’s first metropolises, human thought began. It was here that the “word” came to be as a means for human communication in the first human community...more
Media plays an important pioneering role in building the new Iraqi state, through providing distinguished media services. Those media services have to be established on foundations of freedom, plurality, transparency, and credible information.Maysan Center’s basic mission is to provide the local community in Maysan with media services which include news, analysis, cultural and intellectual material, rehabilitation, and recreational information, in an independent and impartial manner. The Center also ....more
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Maysanonline.com voice and light
Maysanonline is an independent electronic news paper. The political cultural oriented e-newspaper is issued by the Maysan Center for Media Development which in turn is a Non-Governmental and Non Profit Organization.
The e-newspaper publishes news and reports related to different issues in ..more
Al Maymounah kindergarten needs your help:
Once upon a time a kindergarten
Rehabilitation and re-building needed for restoration
Instead of bright colored walls and happy children playing on the premises, a depressing scene confronts the beholder in the Bara'em Kindergarten’s once upon a time buildings.
Sadly today, the buildings are left to the wind, and are all in dire need of rehabilitation and re-construction.
After the downfall of the despotic Saddam regime in 2003, the Kindergarten was taken over by a number of non-government entities, however, these groups soon evacuated the location. ..more
The question which comes to mind here is: Is it possible to leave the city pavements in such a sorry condition?
Instead of working hard to produce an honest day of work, three yellow colored paint cans were applied to the decaying pavement...more
Maysan Center for Media Development Report:
A new and innovated method which cuts the need for laborers to accomplish the task on hand.
To a landmine Zahraa lost her right hand and a part of her right foot, leaving her an invalid deprived of eye sight, hearing, and talking, and transformed her into a special needs case beyond description.
Maysan Center for Media Development accompanied Maitham Al Fartousi, Chairman of the Health and Environment Committee at the Maysan Governorate Council, along with a medical team to assess Zahraa’s condition and find ways to offer medical care and treatment for the landmine victim...more
Maysan Center for Media Development was there:
Landmine victims, a problem which needs to be addressed on a larger scale