In 2022, MPHMUN's charity was the Boys and Girls Club of Syracuse: Central Village. The Central Village Boys and Girls Club is a branch of the Syracuse Boys and Girls Clubs. It is located in the Southside of Syracuse; centered in the heart of the city's most impoverished community. The Boys and Girls Club mission is: "To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens." Their programs empower youth to support and influence their community, and develop leadership in themselves and others.
As a result of all of MPHMUN's delegate donations last year the Syracuse Central Village Boys and Girls Club was able to "continue to inspire and enable all young people in the Syracuse area,"
Dr. Mona Bhan, is the Ford Maxwell Professor of South Asian Studies and the Associate Professor of Anthropology at Syracuse University. Dr. Bhan’s fascinating and eye-opening studies span from her ethnographic work in Kashmir, to her research on artificial intelligence’s transformation of war. She has published work on sovereignty, human rights, and international law, and has an abundance of knowledge on the subjects, which are the core to many of the global issues that we are gathered here to discuss.
Dr. Bhan was accompanied by Fulbright Scholar and now third year PhD Social Science student at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Ms. Bramsh Khan. Ms. Khan is a lecturer at Mir Chakar Rind University and her doctoral research focuses on how developmental projects impact minor sects and nationalities in Pakistan.