Gabriel Project Mumbai (GPM) is an NGO that works with local communities in caring for vulnerable children in slums and under-served rural villages of Maharashtra, India, by providing a grassroots response to poverty, malnutrition, disease, illiteracy, hunger, and child labor in India.
Founded in 2012, GPM uses a creative, compassionate, and carefully-crafted strategic approach of The Triad of Children’s Well-Being. By attending to three core issues simultaneously – education, health and nutrition – GPM creates the best environment to maximize the ability of vulnerable children to change the trajectory of their lives.
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To work with local communities in developing grassroots responses to poverty, malnutrition, disease, illiteracy, hunger, and child labor in India.
Education is a vital key to addressing poverty, child-labor and malnutrition among children in vulnerable communities.
However, education does not happen in a vacuum. In order to have the best chance at success, educational opportunities need to be combined with nutrition and health care. GPM calls this the "Triad of Children's Well-Being". By attending to all three issues at once, GPM is offering children the best chances at breaking the cycle of poverty and child labor.