École Mondiale is an accredited International Baccalaureate school in Mumbai, dedicated to academic excellence in a caring environment, providing opportunities for all its students to flourish. Students in École Mondiale come from varied backgrounds and are provided with holistic education, which encourages them to excel and develop into life-long learners, contributing to the community around them.
For as little as INR 875/- a month or INR 10,500/- a year, you can help create an enabling environment for a child to ensure optimum physical and cognitive development. With this contribution, the child can be provided with all the benefits that United Way Mumbai's Project Ankur provides, for setting the building blocks of good health from the very beginning, development of social-cognitive skills and, most importantly, a safe and nurturing environment. This will be done through result oriented and time bound interventions to ensure maximum social return on your investment on a child.
Ahmad, 44 years old, is a daily wage labourer at the Kurla
scrap market in Mumbai. Ahmad is a native of West Bengal, but he migrated
permanently with his wife and 3 daughters to Mumbai. Ahmad earns a meagre INR
200, a day.
His relatively thin body structure and physically
demanding work convinced him that he was at no risk of developing diabetes. He
was wrong. His blood sugar level was 440 mg/dl, when the normal range of
glucose in blood is 70-140 mg/dl.
Initially, Ahmad was in denial, but further tests at the
Rajawadi public hospital confirmed that he was Diabetic. As a family man, he was
scared and worried about his and his family's future.