Upcoming Projects

Pandita Project


In a school class the number of students is very high and is made up of various levels of intelligence.

This results in the teachers teaching to an average level of understanding. Thus a lot of students

remain away from advanced methods such as synthesis, analysis & application of theories beyond

the scope of curriculum. Students, specially from rural background, remain weak in these areas.

We plan to help the girls from Kanyashala of Rayat Shikshan Sanstha, at Dehuroad in the

above learning levels.


The expected outlay of expenses:

Year 2017-18      Rs. 3,00,000

Year 2018-19      Rs. 5,00,000

Year 2017-18      Rs. 6,75,000

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Project ‘Sangeeta’

Sangeeta, almost illiterate, makes very tasty chutneys. Many retail shops who are already promoting & selling 'Majhi Maitrin' products, prominently displayed her product, chutneys. These are well received by people. Now she has a bank account, can operate by herself. It may be just 6 months more for her group to get firmly established.

Project ‘Shobha’

Shobha has completed her school education, but cannot take up a full time job due to her family responsibilities. She was introduced to the Trust by a well wisher. We observed her stitching skills and encouraged her to make Jute shopping bags, Purses, File Folders and other products. We displayed her products during our monthly programs and her designs & products are well appreciated by several women & young girls alike.


SECOW was undertaken by MMCT to test the validity of concepts developed by Mrs. Shaila Limaye. She had opportunity to conceptualize this project during her training at 'Histadrut' in Israel (Management of small scale business). SECOW was aimed at giving gainful employment to women from underprivileged section of society and thus make them confidant.

MMCT took up its first project under SECOW as Project 'Jaya' to make & market 'Ghadichi Poli' - special soft chapati (Flat bread). A brand 'Majhi Maitrin' was registered for marketing all products under SECOW. Uttara Foods Ltd. (A Venkateshwara group company exporting the flour) was contacted and persuaded to make available good quality wheat flour. The product was tested by reputed labs for its nutritious values and shelf life.

Several banks like Pune Peoples Coop. Bank, Bank of Maharashtra, Saraswat Coop Bank , Central Bank of India,  have collaborated in MMCT's efforts to make the women of SHGs financially literate. Bank accounts were opened by relaxing some of their rules to extend their help in making the SECOW projects successful. The banks have also helped and supported 'Majhi Maitrin' Magazine through their advertisements. Surplus from the magazine is used for these SECOW projects.

Other projects making progress are (A) Project 'Sangeeta'& (B) Project 'Shobha'.

Working Women’s Hostel

Presently, Majhi Maitrin Charitable Trust has been working on the plan of building a working women's hostel in Pune area. The proposed project offers a pleasant, affordable and safe shelter. This unique hostel will be having state-of-the-art amenities and facilities at cost effective charges. Every room will be self-contented with a small pantry, internet connection and other latest facilities. Apart from these amenities, the hostel will be an ideal place to live with a good library, small community hall, bank counter or ATM centre, laundry, beauty parlor, yoga and meditation centre.

As part of this hostel project, the trust is building a crèche for the children of working mothers. It will be a fun place for the children with lot of games offering fun and education in hygienic and safe environment with friendly and loving caretakers around. In other words, it will be a home away from home. Working mothers can drop their child here and go to work without any tension. Their tiny tots will be well looked after here.

Donations for project

  • the trust is in the process of collecting funds for this much needed facility.
  • A helping hand from your side means a lot to the trust. Come forward and donate.
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