Infrastructure Development Projects

POUYA’s management team, with years of experience in infrastructure developments all around the country, in collaboration with governmental and private stakeholders, as well as local citizens of impoverished areas, identify and assess different needs in deprived areas.

Build, Develop, And Renovate Schools

  • In a progressive and dynamic society, education and training of citizens are generally prioritized. Building schools and developing educational institutions can create long-term benefits in any country. In this regard, POUYA has for long examined many of the impoverished areas of the country, and assessed the needs to build or renovate schools in such areas.
  • In certain provinces, reasons like drought or lack of job opportunities have led to massive immigration out of those provinces. On the other hand, increasing populations and influx of immigrants to already clustered areas in the margins of urban cities have led to increasingly crowded classrooms in some schools, or applicants being refused in other schools due to lack of suitable space and resources. Consequently, development of schools and suitable space for education has become increasingly important and vital. In this regard, POUYA, has felt the vital need for suitable schools in poor and deprived communities and has taken important steps towards such school developments and made great achievements by completing a number of projects.


  • In the absence of schools or vocational centers in small villages, many children are deprived of elementary and secondary education. Such reality prevents these children from keeping up with other children of the same age, and they consequently fall well behind.
  • POUYA has recognized this to be a major problem and deficiency in many villages in multiple provinces. In order to address this problem, POUYA has started building dormitories next to schools in more central villages. This has led children from neighboring villages to also have opportunities to educate in schools where available, live in dormitories close to those schools, study in libraries, and be provided with sufficient and proper nutrition.

Bathrooms and Lavatories.

  • Many schools in poor areas of multiple provinces, such as Sistan Baluchestan, Khorasan Razavi, Khorasan Jonoubi, and others face a very sad reality: lack of bathrooms. Lack of bathrooms has direct and indirect links to students’ physical, emotional, and mental stabilities. This is a vital issue for human dignity as well as health problem, since having access to clean bathrooms is a need and a right for all human beings. In this regard, POUYA has already built numerous bathrooms, and pledged to build more, to assist and support students.

Multipurpose Halls

  • In general, students in impoverished villages are deprived of areas where they can exercise, study and educate, train, or to hold cultural and art exhibitions. After visiting many of such villages and small towns and assessing their needs, POUYA has led efforts to create multi-purpose halls so that local communities can benefit, with an emphasis on providing opportunities for exercise.

Vocational Centers

  • In general, vocational centers can help to improve theoretical understanding and hands-on skills, so that students and talent-seekers can become trained, more independent, and more ready for job opportunities that require their skills. For this reason, POUYA has pushed efforts to build new vocational centers, and renovate existing vocational centers that need more attention. Additionally, it has equipped more vocational centers, so that students can benefit and become ready to apply their talents and knowledge.