Pulish date: 1399/08/07 09:44:34
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Teachers who became school-building donors

Ezzat al-Sadat and Sarwar al-Sadat Mirsadraei are two teacher sisters who decided to do charity work to build the school. However, Iftikhar al-Sadat is a good school builder who went to Joven on the opening day of his school and had an accident and lost his life in February 2016.


ezzat al-Sadat and Sarwar al-Sadat Mirsadraei are two teacher sisters who decided to do charity work to build the school. Although Iftikhar al-Sadat is a good school builder who went to Joven on the opening day of his school and had an accident and lost his life in February 1995, but at his request, his sister Sarwar al-Sadat continued on his way.
Charity; Inheritance of parents I
ask Ms. Mirsadraei about her late parents. "My father, Seyyed Mostafa Mirsadraei, was an intellectual and was far ahead of his time. He knew German and wanted his children to study, although at the time girls' education was considered bad and most girls did not continue their education from the sixth grade onwards, but my father sent us to high school to study. "At my father's insistence, we continued our education, and my sister and I got a job as a teacher, and we became teachers for 38 years."
"My father helped others in good deeds, but he had a different way. He helped people in need away from the eyes of others. "My mother and sister were also kind and helped relatives and people."
The beginning of school
building I asked Ms. Mirsadraei how she entered the field of school building? He replied: "My sister and I were talking about doing a good deed, and the result of this sisterly conversation was that Ezzat al-Sadat asked me to do research on the School-Building Charities Association. Ironically, when I went to the School-Building Charities Association, I saw an acquaintance who "His guidance led to our firm decision to build the school."
"Our first partnership was to build a school in the city of Joven. In 1995, we went to Joven to open a school. When we stayed at the teacher's house, there was a high school next to the teacher's house. The students were playing, my sister saw the students and said that she was going to build a girls' high school. My sister went to watch the children and had her last meeting with the students. "He went to the children with enthusiasm, but he fell to the ground and suffered a cerebral hemorrhage and lost his life."
Continuing the path of school building
Although the death of the late Ezzat al-Sadat had a profound effect on Sarwar al-Sadat, he did not lose his motivation to build a school and continued his sister's path. "After consulting with my brother Seyed Mohammad, I contacted the School-Building Charities Association and announced that we decided to continue our sister's path, and we announced our readiness to do so to the School-Building Charities Association," he said. After a while, they called the School-Building Charities Association and said that a school had been destroyed in the recent Fariman earthquake and needed to be renovated. My little sister and I went to Narimani Fariman village. Nine tents were set up in the schoolyard, and children held their classes on the floor. Seeing this scene had a great impact on me and my sister. They said the school should have been renovated 12 years ago, but that did not happen. There, we announced our readiness to build a school, and the construction of two schools was overhauled and put into operation.
Inviting others
Ms. Mirsadraei Teachers have always been a role model and guide for the community. Have you been a missionary and guide in building schools for those around you? "I invite those around me to the school-building charity event to see if they can help as well. Two relatives have also signed a memorandum of understanding, my sister took the first step and today we are following her. Other family members who like it will continue to do so. "I tell people to build a school so that illiteracy disappears from society and we have a prosperous Iran."
Scan brick by brick
When saying goodbye, Ms. Mir Sadraei asks about the brick-and-mortar scan and considers it a path for people who can not build a complete school, through this scan they can contribute to the school building to the fullest extent possible. Brick is a good project implemented by the School-Building Charities Association, and charities can help with a small amount. This is the case with the proverb, drop by drop and then by the sea.

Ali Ali Nejad

Publisher: Nazakat Allahyari


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