Every sixth person in the world lives in India;
Every sixth Indian lives in the State of Uttar Pradesh;
Every sixth person in Uttar Pradesh lives in Eastern U.P;
And Mijwan is in Eastern Uttar Pradesh ;
And Mijwan needs you…
Home of Hope, a charitable organisation started by Indian Expatriates in USA, has always been a source of great strength and support to Mijwan Welfare Society since decades.
Recently, their member Ms. Neeti Sandhu who is also the Team Leader for their latest and unique project EEP - English Empowerment Program visited Mijwan, accompanied by Ms. Anjali Bajaj in July this year to introduce EEP at MWS. It is a step forward in training girls of Mijwan to learn to speak & understand English in an easier way.
MWS is grateful for such innovative idea to empower people of Mijwan. MWS share the dream of HOH to make Mijwan a 100% English speaking Indian village in near future.
A new page was added in the annals of Mijwan Welfare Society. MWS registered its first foot print in Denmark with creation of Denmark Mijwan Friendship Association under the able guidance of Ms. Bente Haulund Madsen.
Bente visited Mijwan in January 2013 and stayed there for seven weeks. She became part of every event and activity while she was in Mijwan. She went back with a resolution to carry the legacy of Late Kaifi Azmi and Ms. Shabana Azmi to Denmark.
Denmark Mijwan Friendship Association was formally and legally formed on June 2nd, 2013 with Ms.Bente Haulund Madsen as Chairpeson of the Board of Directors with Ms. Sonja Salminen as Secretary and Mr. Ripudaman Singh along with 15 more members, to support Mijwan with friendship, cooperation, funding and dissemination of knowledge about Mijwan and Mijwan Welfare Society in Denmark and establish strong bonds between MWS, Mijwan and Denmark. Ms. Shabana Azmi is the Patron of DMFA.