Mummy Jee and the children
Mummy Jees boarding school is a possibility for 200 children who otherwise would have been out to beg or work in the field, instead they get an education which will lead to a brighter future.
Young womens learning computers.
Mummy Jees association focuses on improving women's possibilities and rights in society. They have 6 months education for young grownups in sewing, computer skills and beauty salon. With this certificate, they can find a proper job.
The Trust is also helping the poor people
Mummy Jees Trust not only helps the children in their own school. They also provide health examination and medical support to the poor people in the rural villages in the area.
The children practice karate
The children attend class Monday - Saturday 08,00-16,00 In the school there is 150 boarding children and 50 day children. More than 10 qualified teachers.
The school has no furniture
The school is in great need of help. They receive no public funding and are entirely dependent on private sponsor to survive.
Educating a child is changing the world
Mummy Jee, a retired teacher, gave up her life in France in 2002 to move to India to help the poor children, often living on the street. She started off with 50 children, but has since then started two boarding schools and 5 day schools. She is also helping young adults who are non-educated, to get an education, she is even supporting university study for some. She is passionate about what she does and every day is filled with meaning. For the time being, she has been awarded with eight awards, and has been honored many times. Her commitment and work is comparable to Mother Teresa’s, whom she has also worked with.