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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  • 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
  • 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
  • Phonics training day 1...Manju and Sinita , two of our pre school teachers have decided they would quite like their own… Read More
  • Hostel boys take a break from their studies on Sunday morning to watch the India v Pakistan cricket match. (And no - th… Read More
  • Pawan, the games teacher, supervises junior boys at cricket while the girls practise their hockey skills. How different… Read More
  • At almost every school, we have a productive vegetable garden producing fresh vegetables in season to supplement the ch… Read More
  • Whitby to York Endurance Walk in aid of Project Mala Thanks to these guys for their efforts to raise money for our amazi… Read More
  • Whitby to York Endurance Walk in aid of Project Mala Three men are going to walk 114Kms for project Mala at the end of M… Read More
  • Anne Bate is in India and has sent these photographs. Rather overawed by the occasion, little siblings gather to watch… Read More
  • Surya makes year-end gift to Project Mala | Home Accents Today Many thanks to Surya for their ongoing support! http://w… Read More
  • Schools across the country, including Project Mala, observed a two-minute silence on Wednesday in a show of solidarity… Read More
  • Project Mala News www.facebook.com/projectmala Read More


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Sponsors Comments

I was so pleased to read the performance reports for my sponsored students at the Guria school. They have done so well and obviously appreciate everything that Project Mala is providing for them. Their results are amazing. Well done to you all for the wonderful work that you do and to those who made the time to enter the reports to your website.

Susan Dholakia, Kent, England

Thank you for the email. I am happy to sponsor 2 children. I am so impressed on how well you put the money to such good use. Good luck with your fundraising. I am truly touched by all the hard work you put in.

Sean, England

I would be thrilled to sponsor Chandana Devi. I am really grateful for the information that you have sent me, I read all the Newsletters on the website and I am really impressed with the work you do. I am thrilled to support Project Mala.

Ms. Emer Maguire, England

I just wanted to say thank you to the team that produces and send 'Mala News' and student performance reports. We enjoyed reading them and it's fantastic to hear that you're going from strength to strength.

Ms. Shivani Smith, England

A beautiful school with very well kept grounds and excellent opportunities for vocational and practical work. Thank you for welcoming me here.

Mr. Patrick Scott, United Kingdom

Visitors Comments

A very interesting visit to a very impressive + worth while project. I have enjoyed meeting so many good people!

Dr. David Hopton, UK

We have been so impressed with our visit. Knew the standard would be high but exceeded our expectations. We have not seen so many happy children for a long time - even though the discipline was excellent. Best wishes and compliments.

Mr. Harold Glasby & Mrs. Jeanette Walden, England.

Congratulations!

Mr. Graham Head, ABC Carpets, USA

It is very good to see the progress.

Mr V R Sharma, Obeetee Private Ltd., India.

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

Brian and F Sneldon, United Kingdom.