LLife Stories

Ramya Wins Educational Scholarship!

Children's Homes

Join us in congratulating *Ramya for her excellent performance at the School Zone Level Competitions held at Sholavaram Higher Secondary School, and being selected for an educational scholarship under NMS (National Merit Scholarship)!

Ramya represented her school, Panchayat Union Middle School, in the 8th Standard Competitions, and was one among 500 participants from 32 other schools.

The competition involved a written exam that tested the students’ academic excellence in all subjects. Those selected were awarded an educational scholarship of Rs.1500/month up to 12th Standard, pending government rules and scheme continuity.

Ramya’s achievement is a great encouragement to other children. She and her sister, Malliga, lost both their parents at an early age and have been part of Inter-Mission India’s Children’s Home in Alamathi since 2013.

Ramya and Malliga

Elim School Awarded for Centum Results!

Schools / Centum Results

We are pleased to announce that Inter-Mission India’s Elim School was awarded for producing centum results in the 2017 public exams. 16 students from Elim School wrote and passed their Std. 10 public exams, securing the 54th place among 302 schools in the Kancheepuram District Self-Financing Schools Association.

Santhosh – A Living Miracle

Children's Homes, Projects

Doctors said Santosh wouldn’t survive. At the age of 7, he had developed blood clots all over his body. Even after surgery, the clots returned and spread close to his brain. Santhosh’s single mother, struggling to feed her 3 boys doing housework, could have lost her youngest son. But living in an Inter-Mission Boy’s Home at the time saved Santhosh’s life.

Malini – A Budding Tailor

Projects, Women's Empowerment

In Malini’s village near Alamathi, Chennai, once a girl is married, she is confined to the village and her household duties.

Ravi – Tsunami Home

Disaster Relief

*Ravi & his brother Kumar joined an Inter-Mission home opened specially for children affected by the Tsunami in 2006

Ramya and Malliga

Children's Homes

*Ramya (R) & Malliga (L) lost their father to sickness at a very young age. Unable to find a job, provide food, or care for the family, their mother also committed suicide by burning herself.