Women and Children

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Explaining My Joy

By Shital I am Shital, a daughter of Mukti Mission. I arrived at Pandita Ramabai Mukti Mission in May 2001, at the age of five, along with my two older…
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Family On a Mission

When May’s first daughter Rachel was born 11 years ago, May knew that she wanted to take her family on a mission trip. “With our children growing up in a…
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Not Forgotten

“People at Mukti are being the hands and feet of Jesus,” one India LIFE Team participant observed of the staff and volunteers. “It was great to work as part of…
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Freed to Lead

“I received hands-on experience [with] an organization that makes a positive difference in the lives of needy and destitute girls and women in the world.” – Bob, India LIFE Team…
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Seeing God’s love at Mukti

“I don’t think I have quite enjoyed worship and prayer as [much as] I have with the residents of Mukti. Seeing their simple faith has inspired me and the commitment…
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Embracing the Unexpected

Team member is blessed by the change in plan -  As someone who has been on mission trips every year for six years, Jenny knows that you should not merely…
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Canadian Girl Spreads Joy Among Mukti’s Residents

Mukti was founded in 1889 in India, where it is known as Pandita Ramabai Mukti Mission, after its founder Pandita Ramabai and the Marathi word ‘mukti’ which means freedom, liberation…
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RESCUED FOR NEW LIFE

Two bright new faces shine in the Frangipani Flower Family since August 2016. Sisters Trushala and Deepali were born in such an area where children and women are vulnerable and…
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He Turned My Sorrow Into Joy

written by Ingrid ten Hoopen, Mukti volunteer -  “Ma….ma…! Pa...pa...!" Rutuja would call as she grabbed onto my arm with the plea of her heart and tears rolling down her face. In…
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Unique in His Sight

Having only a 7th standard education, poor and struggling to make ends meet, Sakshi’s parents felt caught in a web from which they couldn’t free themselves. Their little daughter had…
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Happy International Women’s Day Moushie!

Moushie, as we lovingly call her, completed 60 years of stay and service with Mukti Mission. Having heard the call to go to India, Moushie left for India in 1955.…
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Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

Writen by Mukti's caregiver - Shruti first came to Mukti Mission five years ago as a small 12 year-old girl with Down Syndrome. She comes from a kind family and…
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From Turmoil to Peace

Stuti comes from a volatile background. Although her parents are Christians, their family life was not filled with love. Her father is a day labourer who seeks to provide for…
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No Escape

“I want her safe”, said Pari’s mother when she came to Mukti to leave her daughter.  “I can not escape my lifestyle and work but I want Pari to have…
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Living Day By Day

New feeding program launched for Haitian children In the summer of 2011, GAiN looked into starting feeding programs at two rural schools in Haiti. They quickly learned that roughly 50%…