NGO helps Mumbai cooks become famous

Some of the cooks at work. Photo: Gabriel Project Mumbai website
Some of the cooks at work. Photo: Gabriel Project Mumbai website

In a kitchen in Kalwa, a suburb on the outskirts of Mumbai, a trio of women from a collective prepare nutritious meals.

The food will feed 100 underprivileged children who study in Classes 1 to 4 of Joshua Greenberger Learning Centre, run by non-profit Gabriel Project Mumbai (GPM).

GPM is a Jewish volunteer-based NGO that cares for vulnerable children living in the city’s slums.

Their work includes tackling malnutrition, inadequate health care and illiteracy.

For more details, read: The Better India 

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