About Mon Ami Foundation

Mon Ami Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit Trust, registered in India, with a strong focus on social responsibility. We work closely with corporates, domain experts, service providers and recipient communities to ensure equal participation from all stakeholders so as to add value to both businesses and communities.

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Mon Ami Blog

Skill training at Katha Lab school

The crochet project Developing toys as story telling tools To narrate stories and make them come alive following the story pedagogy of Katha To play with safe toys To interact using puppets , role playing. Making stories tangible with real life examples. In an endeavor to draw first-generation readers into the ambit of reading for fun […]

Looping threads of livelihood

A talk in Pearl academy. Fast fashion, new trends, new colour palettes is always the buzz world in textiles and fashion. Like the teaming millions gunning for the Fifa world cup (for the un initiated The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA /ˈfiːfə/ FEEF-ə; French for “International Federation of Association Football“, young aspiring design students gear up for the upcoming few years […]

Toys for children

Ektara as the word literally means EK TAR or 1 thread – we started this initiative reaching out to semi-skilled women in rural pockets of NCR region we are striving to provide them sustainable income. This thread begins from the women who craft these toys to the young children who love playing with them. The thread of happiness […]

Project Ektara- Women’s skill development project

A craft revival project, generating income for marginalised income groups, mostly women in the NCR region.   The project provides remunerative work to semi- skilled women. The women craft crochet toys from their homes with the material provided. The toys are made in safe materials that are designed to enhance motor skills, cognitive skills in infants and […]