A More Balanced World
inBelarus

The literacy rate in Belarus is over 99.5 percent, with not much of a gender-based discrepancy. AMBW students in Belarus have exclusively been university students, as through high school education is compulsory and free.  Higher education however, is not tuition free and while university tuition may be less expensive as compared to some other countries, it could still be unaffordable for low income families and out of reach for many.

The unemployment rate among young adults is twice as high as that of the general population.  Our work enables youth from low income families to continue their education beyond high school and position themselves for better paying job by attaining post- secondary degrees.

Niloofar Fazeli, MD
Representative in Belarus

Our Representative in Belarus

Niloofar Fazeli, MD
Representative in Belarus

Niloofar is a psychiatrist at the ‘Brest State Psychiatric Clinic’, in Brest, Belarus. She also volunteers with CoDa, a Co-dependents Anonymous program designed to help people overcome codependence. Since 2012, Niloofar has been working with ‘A More Balanced World’ to facilitate educational opportunities for Belarusian youth who lack the financial means to pursue higher education to make better future for themselves.

Niloofar is a graduate of the Belarusian State Medical University, as well as the ‘Brest State University, School of Psychology’.

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Our Students

CURRENT STUDENTS

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Alexei

Minsk

Aliaksandr

Brest

Ania

Brest

Nikita

Brest