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Navjeevan is a registered non-governmental organisation primarily engaged in rehabilitating the children of women working in the red-light areas in Mumbai. It was founded as part of the effort of the Mar Thoma Church to reach out to the several thousand girls who have been lured into living a life of shame in the mean streets of the metropolis formerly called Bombay.

We have the license as “Balashram” from Women and Child Welfare Department.
Navjeevan combines two simple Indian words “nav” (new)
and “jeevan” (life).
Its origin dates back to 1994 when a group of youth set about to interact with the children of the women who ply the world's oldest trade in a sprawling ghetto called Kamathipura. The idea simply was to engage the kids constructively and thereby spare them the terror of witnessing the sordid scenes in the dingy alleys and bylanes in the area. Over the years Navjeevan gradually stepped up its involvement and today has assumed total responsibility for the education and upkeep of a number of children in the Navjeevan Village.
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Navjeevan Village, Khapri, Tokowade, Murbad Taluka, Thane Dist. Maharashtra. Tel: 02524-242094 / 93 (Navjeevan Village)
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