social circus in Afghanistan

Why is social circus so important for children of war?

In the war-zone social circus is a good vehicle for healing war traumas and discharging the energy that builds up in young people forced to live in dangerous overpopulated camp space. Conflicts across the Middle East and North Africa are preventing more than 13 million children from attending school, leaving their hopes and futures shattered.

Mobile Mini Circus for Children

MMCC is a leading international social circus organization working for and with vulnerable children and youth in challenged societies. We have already touched the lives of more than 3,8 million children in Afghanistan since 2002 and conducted workshops and made performances in different countries.

Afghan Educational Children Circus

AECC is operational body of umbrella organization Mobile Mini-Circus for Children (MMCC). Together they form a cooperative of non-profit organization dedicated to empowering young people in Afganistan. Their goal is to radically change the life of as many children in as many places in country, to offer them a better, more joyful, positive, social life experience and the most important give them the childhood they had been deprived of after so many decades of war.