Project Mala

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Project Mala, United Kingdom Uk

Project Mala was founded in 1989 as an action programme for the abolition of child labour in the hand knotted carpet industry in India. We provide education for children in the carpet weaving belt. Our programme includes education up to secondary school level, hot midday meal for all children and healthcare facilities. 80% of the funding comes from individual child sponsors.

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Sponsors Comments

Thank you very much. Viewing their profile and photos made my day.

Kash, USA

Impressed by the organisation and dedication of all the staff involved in the education of these children. The results show in the discipline and respect shown by the children themselves. We are sure Project Mala will continue with the effort to bring so much needed education for these children. Thank you for showing us your lovely school and bright students!

Stefania & Graham Barker, England

I have just been viewing Vinay's report. I am so impressed with Vinay's progress in all parts of the curriculum. He obviously is making the most of this amazing opportunity that you have given to him. I am very proud to be able to play a small part in making a difference in Vinay's life. Kindest Regards.

Nirmala, England

We've had a good look around the website and are much impressed with the improvements.

Mrs. Valetta Griffith, England

You are doing wonderful work. Continued best wishes for the future.

John Griffiths

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Visitors Comments

The mission of Project Mala is a nice approach for upliftment of poor children of our society and it will add in nations proper development and well being of society. My heartiest congratulations and I wish to prosper this project.

Dr. Vijay S. Tripathy, Medical Officer, Varanasi, India

Thank you for the chance to visit the schools. We were very impressed with the behaviour of the children and dedication of the staff. We are very glad to be able to donate to such a worthwhile organisation that has helped and continues to help so many people. Keep up the good work!!

Ms. Isla Kennedy, Ms. Rosie Boggis, London.

The visit to the school has been a wonderful experience. All the best for the future and the continued good work.

Henry Leivers, Cambridge University, England

An admirable step towards primary education in remote villages of a region which is not so developed. I wish this effort continues and replicates itself at many other locations. I wish I too could contribute to such efforts.

Bijoy Kumar Srivastav

We will take the news of your excellent work back home.

Brian and F Sneldon, United Kingdom.

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