Iran dating website
From then on it’s up to the software and the mediators to find suitable matches for each registrant.
Poverty or being unable to find the right partner are only part of the reason why marriage rates have dropped.
Iran has launched its first official matchmaking website to try to encourage more young people to marry.
Nearly half of all Iranians from 18 to 35 are unmarried, around 11 million people but the Tebyan Cultural and Information Center, a government affiliated organisation has launched a website, to combat the rising trend among Iranian youth to marry later or even forego marriage completely.“The median marriage age in the capital Tehran has already reached 30 for men and 28 for women.
The mediator will then choose suitable matches from the databank with the help of our website software and introduce their families to each other so that everything will be supervised by the family” Hosseini says.
What we have done is to connect these matchmakers or mediators as we call them into a network and place a databank of young people seeking to marry and who have registered on our website at their disposal.
In Iran, where religious officials encourage early marriage, and long-term dating relationships frustrate clerics and officials, matchmaking is not personal – it's a matter of state.
In a bid to encourage millions of Iranian singles to marry and increase a low population growth rate, Iran on Monday launched its first official matchmaking website."We face a family crisis in Iran," Mahmoud Golzari, a deputy minister of youth affairs and sports, told reporters in a ceremony launching hamsan.in Tehran.
Issues such as unemployment, economic means and housing have all contributed to this.
Here in Tebyan we are focusing on one aspect, finding an appropriate spouse,” she explains.