- statistics of vulnerable children are increasing
- Mashiz children ranked first, second and third in Wushu championship of Kerman province
- Clarity is the success of Mashiz charity
- Mahdieh,”I owe all my success to Mashiz Charity”
- Mashiz is an exceptional opportunity to achieve great aspirations
- Send 120 packages of stationery and school bags to the deprived areas of the southern province of Kerman by the Kowsar Mashiz Charity
- Holding recognition psychiatric patients workshop by Kowsar Mashiz charity
- Shiraz General Welfare Center handover to Mashiz charity
- Partnership Agreement to Launch of the NGOs Specialist Advisory Board by "Afarineshe Bartar" foundation," Hamian-e- Farda" Fellowship institute and "Didarnews" news station
- Carpet weaving workshop t for blind artists by Kosar Mashiz
- Two billion and five hundred million Rials have been spent on setting up the first daily center for oral disorders, swallowing and nutrition special for disabled in Kerman province.
- Implementing Kosar agriculture and technology plan to improve the deprived area of Kerman
- Beginning of the implementation of the plan for the development of the chipboardWood company by Kowsar Mashiz institute
- 20 million Rials is spent for protecting each child at H4C
- 150 children have been employed with the support of Mashiz charity
A new research report reveals that music is powerful in young people’s lives, improving their wellbeing significantly. According to results young people claimed they would be depressed or sad without music, where 85% of them feel happy while listening to music and rest also said it made them feel cool and excited
Afarineshebartar_ The Sound of the Next Generation is a new research report published by Youth Music, a national charity investing in music-making projects that help children and young people develop personally and socially as well as musically. The charity aims at those who don’t make music because of who they are, where they live, or what they’re going through.
Youth Music runs online studies with a total number of 1,001 subjects aged from 7 to 17 across England. This youth-focused survey has an in-depth-analysis into the various ways young people engage with music-making, value music and the profound impact music has for them.
According to their research music is has a remarkable role on young people’s favorite pastime. Youths are well aware of how music influences their emotions and refer music as an important factor of their wellbeing. The soundtracks are carefully linked to their real lives and past memories. Young people use music to carry and reflect their feelings just like a musical score for a film to change their emotional state, and to adjust their mood.
Additionally, the research shows that the creative process of making music has more and deeper impact than listening to it. Young people interviewed said they see music-making as a critical part of their lives – something which makes them feel useful and helps explore their emotions.
Youths are the most likely group to feel lonely, compared to other generation and based on this study those who made music in the last week said they were less likely to say that they ‘often feel lonely’. One of the reasons which music helps to combat loneliness is due to its group activity which is a way of making new friends. Plus Making music in groups has broader social value by providing opportunities to communicate and connect with other people, creating a sense of belonging.