In keeping with Modiji’s dictum of ‘Make in India’, Walk Free is the Sanitary Towel section. A large 15-foot machine, made with Indian technology, manufactures the paper-thin sanitary towels in ultimate hygienic conditions. Two technical men the production and running of the machine. A team of ladies wearing surgical masks, take the napkins and fold then into packets of six. These are sealed and run through the sterilization unit, before they are kept for distribution. A pack of six is priced at Rs 28. Two packets costing Rs 56 should suffice a woman during her 5-day cycle. Each sanitary pad has an adhesive to attach it to the underwear for free movement. The packets are distributed free in the slum areas where menstrual hygiene is stressed on, to prevent women from infections and disease. The space was earlier used as a Creche for looking after children of working women, specially from the Johnson & Johnson Offices nearby. After its closure, the new sanitary switch over is extremely impressive and applaudable.
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Our Basic Education programs help school age children develop literacy
Children educated so far in Hindi medium, Adarsh Vidyalaya
Children educated so far in English medium RMM
Patients treated at medical facility every month
Women counselled so far
Volunteers & Staff
Senior Citizens engaged through Muskaan
Cataract operations done every year
Scholarships granted every year
Reading beyond curricullum helps shaping imagination. Our in-house library is well-equipped with thousands of books ranging from story books to inspiring autobiographies.
As the world goes digital, Computer training becomes imperative to be able to apply learning at work.
It’s imperative to inculcate social, human and cultural values in children at a very young age. Nandan, our ‘Baal Sanskar Kendra’ imparts moral and ethical value education in children from the slums through creative activities.
Primary education goes a long way in a building a child’s future. We run a BMC aided, Hindi medium Primary school to give less fortunate children from the neighboring slums, an access to quality education
Healthy competition is necessary to inculcate the spirit of sportsmanship in children. We encourage and prepare our students to participate in various interschool competitions and extra curricular activities.
Every years, we celebrate special days such as Sports Day and Annual Day for balancing learning with fun. It helps in development of their fitness and overall personality.
It is important that students get a break from studies every once in a while to engage in recreational activities. Both schools organise picnics so that children can step out of the classrooms and enjoy fun.
Quality education can groom children to be confident civilians capable of coping up in the highly competitive world. RMM engish High School was founded in 2006 to give