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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News and Updates

  • India mourns APJ Abdul Kalam - Everybody in Project Mala joins the nation and mourns the demise of former President A P… Read More
  • Millions in India, performed yoga on Sunday to mark the inaugural International Yoga Day (IYD) - so also the staff of P… Read More
  • Chairman and Founder of Project Mala, Robin Garland has been made a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British E… Read More
  • We planted more than 100 trees in Project Mala Schools - on World Environment Day. Read More
  • Mr. James Archer on behalf of The Foremarke Trust - Formarke Hall Prep School , Repton, United Kingdom, visited Project… Read More
  • Gareth Clark decided to run the Dundee Half Marathon - and too show the kids that running can be fun decided to do it… Read More
  • CEPC Chairman visits Project Mala - On 15th May, Mr. Kuldeep Raj Wattal, Chairman of the Carpet Export Promotion Counci… Read More
  • Project Mala News Project Mala News http://conta.cc/1bMUo67 was felt deep into India.  Although our schools  are over… Read More
  • Laptop donated to Guria School - Three girls from the boarding hostel explore the new laptop donated by a young girl in… Read More
  • The old boy's hostel has been demolished, bricks saved for re-use in the new hostel and foundations are being dug - dee… Read More
  • For what we are about to receive...... Sunday lunch with the boarders at Project Mala school Guria. Yippee! It's desser… Read More
  • Indian Skipping! A craze for French skipping is sweeping the primary school. I'm not sure whether this is a result of K… Read More
  • Classes evacuated after tremors felt in Schools this morning at around 11:40 AM. Read More
  • Project Mala: The Butterfly Fields ‘hands-on-learning’ model Fantastic work with new ideas. http://blog.projectmal… Read More
  • New desks waiting to be transported to the schools. By having school furniture built for us on site to our own specific… Read More
  • Project Mala - Sponsor a child and donate for poor children in India children, Holi, fireworks... and beautiful sunsets… Read More
  • children, Holi, fireworks... and beautiful sunsets... Read More
  • Today the children have gone home to celebrate Holi, I got away with having a few dabs of paint from class 2 ....but no… Read More
  • Pre School girls:...the girls in the villages have a very different childhood to those at home...from an early age the… Read More
  • Project Mala - Sponsor a child and donate for poor children in India The children always enjoy visitors! Lovely day at H… Read More
  • The teacher training was greatly enhanced this year by the presence of Shainaz, a delightful lady I met on a Jolly Phon… Read More
  • Lovely day at Hasra, blue skies and sunshine...excellent lunch, fabulous achcha...and of course super teachers and beau… Read More
  • Project Mala Prahlad, who is just coming to the end of his first year at Amoi school,read a book for the first time toda… Read More
  • Vikesh read a book for the first time today... He is just coming to the end of his first year at Guria school...very p… Read More
  • Just a small part of my drive to work today...such a beautiful country Read More


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Sponsors Comments

Thank you very much for sending across this link. It was a very informative video video and I feel very proud of being involved in some of the most amazing work Project Mala does for these children. It inspires me to continue contributing towards this cause and although I cannot sponsor another child right now but soon I would do that. The news letters are very good way to keep in touch and the school report is also a very good tool to keep in touch and makes us feel like we are part of a child's education which would probably help him become a person they might not have otherwise. Also this video on project Mala's work and seeing Neetu speak so confidently brought a little smile on my face and made my day. Many thanks again for sharing this

Amritesh, England

Thank you for a lovely week. I really enjoyed working with you and meeting the staff and pupils. I was especially impressed by the lovely year 9 class who now know a bit more than they used to about the UK Constitution! Good lick with the sponsorship project and see you soon.

Jacob Bate, England

I am delighted that Radhey has completed his primary stage schooling, wished to continue in secondary school. If you can, Please congratulate him for what he has achieved, wish him well in the future.

Mrs.McGrouther, United Kingdom

Thank you very much for this latest newsletter which I found most interesting and informative. I am so pleased that a third pre-school for girls has been started and I very much hope that more pre-schools will come up in the very near future. I must add that that I have the greatest admiration and respect for those teachers at Hasra and Mujehra who are implementing this project.

Raghu Poduval

What a wonderful video and a marvellous project! Congratulations on your work.

Sue Anker

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Visitors Comments

Project Mala is very good Institution in field of primary education serving through non formal education with supplemental vocational training. I am very glad to see this institution.

Maria MALEVRI, UNESCO Education Specialist, New Delhi.

Very Impressed!

Mathias Koenig Archibugi, London School of Economics, 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

Congratulations for the excellent work done, keep it up.

Mr. Vijay Ananthakrishnan, India

It is encouraging to learn of the success rate at your Turkahan pre-school for girls. The induction process in the film is excellent to nurture an interest in the girls towards education. We are glad that more is being done to encourage education of girls and that you have now been able to open a third pre-school at Hasra. We wish you the very best.

Kind regards Donald Mascarenhas

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