On the occasion of International Education day which we are going to celebrate on 24th January, we would like to share the story of Ankita Waghmare and her journey with Mumbai Smiles. She has shared her experience during LSE sessions, [...]
We aim to achieve self-sufficiency in the communities with which we work.
The role of women is the key to real transformation and development
of the most disadvantaged communities in Mumbai.
If we can guarantee access to education for all, we will break
the vicious circle of poverty and gain opportunities for all those
who have had no access to or had discontinue with their education.
With your support, we work to eradicate curable diseases linked
to poverty and guarantee access to healthcare to more than 13,000
victims of social exclusion every year.
We denounce poverty and inequality and demand compliance with
the Human Rights of the most disadvantaged communities in Mumbai.
“Thank you for creating smiles on the faces of those who are destined to be under privileged...People like you create hope.”Visitors
“I admire the efforts & energy you put into your projects. I wish you never stop working for the young people and families who have uncertain future.”Visitors
“Seeing the photographs is nothing like seeing the situation with your own eyes! Thank you for showing me the ground reality.”Visitor