“Setad Ejraiye Farmane Hazrate Emam” – Headquarters for Executing the Order of the Imam. The name refers to an edict signed by the Islamic Republic’s first leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, shortly before his death in 1989. It spawned an entity to manage and sell properties abandoned in the chaotic years after the 1979 Islamic Revolution. According to one of its co-founders, Setad was created to help the poor and war veterans and was meant to exist for just two years. Almost a quarter-century on, Setad has morphed into a business juggernaut. While Setad controls a charitable foundation, it’s not clear how much money goes to charity. Under Khamenei, the organization has expanded its corporate holdings, buying stakes in dozens of Iranian companies, both private and public, with the stated goal of creating an Iranian conglomerate to boost the country’s economic growth.

Barakatel Company, a subdivision of Setad, has been established in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Medical Education according to the supreme leader’s guidances and considering social justice, particularly providing services in deprived areas, with emphasis on constructive and continues activities in the health field and extending of coverage across the country.

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