MAKSORA, local civil society organization founded in Novosibirsk (Siberia, Russia) in 2000 and recognized by the Russian Government, works in the socio-educational sector.
The association was created to meet the immediate needs of the working-class in the Lenin district, which had suffered serious hardship due to the immediate closure of factories, schools and public services. Today Maksora works every day throughout the territory alongside people in difficulty to deal with education, job creation, health, poverty, loneliness and integration.
Makshora in Novosibirsk: main activities
Reception and social reintegration services for single mothers with children
Thanks to joint work with local governments, Maksora manages two reception shelters: Golubka House and Margarita House. Since the beginning over 18.700 young mothers have been accompanied in a path towards autonomy, through the creation of a network of relationships, the integration in the job market and the support find a proper accomodation. Since 2018, 27 people have been hosted, 35 of whom are minors.
Education, also through the AVSI Distance support program
Maksora is a point of reference for the accompaniment of children in their growth path and it collaborates with government agencies throughout the territory. Thanks to the constant work of educators and professionals, and with the help of the AVSI Distance Support Program, every year more than 400 school-aged children are accompanied on a dedicated path. Many of them come from the cities' outskirts and from orphanages, and most of them have a life marked by abandonment and poverty.
help a child grow up and thrive in Novosibirsk
- 27€ Monthly
- 312€ Yearly