Achievements

Excellency Award

In the year 2003 ,EHCM received an Excellency award from NMMC

Rashtriya Sanmaan Puraskaar (National Award)

On 29th November 2014, Rev.P.K. Joshua & Mrs. Rachel Joshua received the prestigious National (Rashtriya Sanmaan) Award & Quality Brands Award for its meritorious work, from the hands of Marathi film actress Mrs. Asavri Joshi & Mrs. Kishori Ambiye organised by National Educational & Human Resource Development Organisation.

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Day Care Centers

Since it's foundation back in 1993, EHCM has developed considerably. International contacts and a network of faithful sponsors on one side allowed to build up and to spread in the various ministries. On the other side the EHCM team has laboured hard to respond to a number of most required needs with positive results.

Two day care centers have been established with over 2000 children having been trained and well educated there in the past two decades. More than 300 children attend the educational programs. Some are furthering their careers studying in colleges and other technical, mechanical and computer courses.

Community Development

In the community development program EHCM has recently built 10 drinking water lines for 20 houses in the rural district of Ugdir. A multipurpose hall was built where villagers gather for educational and cultural events. On Sundays worship services are held there.

Mats Memorial Children's Home

Long pending construction work of Mats Memorial Children's Home was successfully completed in the year 2011. At present orphans and single parents childrens are taking the benefits of MMC Home at Panvel, Navi Mumbai.

EHCM Bags Mahatma Gandhi Prestigious Award

After twelve years of meritorious service rendered to the destitute and underprivileged Rev. P.K. Joshua, Chairman of EHCM received the State Government's Prestigious Mahatma Gandhi Award.

Felicitated by All India Christian Council, Rev P.K. Joshua received the award from the state home minister Manikrao Thakere in the presence of other national dignitaries of India.

The EHCM, over the past 20 years, has been actively involved in rescuing destitute people who face acute problems with basic necessities. Till date, the NGO has sheltered and taken care of more than 1500+ people. "On receiving a call, we immediately deploy volunteers to the spot where a person needs help. After assessing the physical and mental condition, the person is sent to a suitable shelter", says Rachel Joshua, Rev. Joshua's wife.

More than 40 percent of the population in major metropolitan cities live in slums, which are the breeding places of immorality, sickness and helplessness. Children are exploited by anti-social elements. "This underlines the need of charity organisations", the Joshua couple explain. EHCM played a key role recently in rescuing 19 minor girls from the Turbhe red light area.

HER Village Project, Latur

EHCM has successfully constructed a Community Development Centre for poor farmers, labours and their childrens for educational and religious awareness.