Nasim-Sobh-Rooyesh Institute was founded and officially began, in 2015, as a non-profit institution with the registration number 37599 with national ID 14005526993. This is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and a non-partisan entity that emerges from the concerns of a group of young social activists. As a social responsibility, these people are supposed to make equal educational opportunities for child labor who are at risk of social harm.
As the first specialized school for child work in Iran, the institute launched its activities with initial studies and researches on the problems of child work and those children are exposed to social harms. Then, it could receive necessary permissions from official organizations, such as Iran’s Ministry of Education. The primary concerns of the institute are defined to effectively educate these children in the face of problems such as child labor, addiction, and delinquency and prevent the reproduction of these problems. Currently, Sobh-Rooyesh Complex is considered a progressive and successful NGO in social issues, particularly child work. It has been implementing technical and practical social and cultural measures aligned with its goals.
In the academic year 2019-2020, over one thousand children were put under the coverage of Sobh-Roohesh. In addition to teaching several soft and hard skills to the children, it has achieved essential achievements in various fields.
Child labor and vulnerable children, regardless of nationality, religion, gender, should access qualified and practical education;
Graduated students from Sobh-Rooyesh should be able to play a desirable and influential role in society;
We are trying to protect child labor and vulnerable children from the vicious cycle of harm by designing and developing a unique educational model (growth pattern), with the help of experienced professionals and our young human capital, to educate these children on how to live better. We aim to modify this cycle and provide a suitable platform to educate desirable and influential citizens. With the establishment of special schools for children exposed to social harms and those who have dropped out of school in vulnerable areas of Iran, we consider the school a social institution and aim to improve the conditions of the children’s families and the neighborhood.