Life at JMHA
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JMHA is situated in a rural area, close to a town called Omalur, which is about 20 minutes drive from
Paddy fields are common, and much sugar cane is also grown here too. Many people are involved in agriculture, mining and brick manufacturing.
Everywhere you look there will be Mango and coconut trees. About 10km from JMHA compound the Kollie mountain range starts, creating a dark but beautiful backdrop to any photos taken of the scenery.
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Looking at the country of
60 million children in the unorganised labour sector require day care facilities. Government schemes reach only 5% of these children. 50% of the children between the ages 5 - 15 are out of school due to lack of access of quality education and support services like remedial education. Many poor youth and children do not have a chance to receive a decent education. These children, as they grow up need to look for jobs and find ways to support their families and this cannot be done these days without a proper education of some sort. Poor women who may have a lot of potential are unemployed; however, given an opportunity to these women they could also help their husbands support their families. As the population of
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