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With more than 1.3 billion people, the south Asian country of India is the second-most populous country in the world, only outnumbered by China.
Despite rapid economic development in the last few decades, India still has high levels of poverty, particularly in rural areas.
One of the major problems facing India today is human trafficking, with the United Nations estimating that up to 65 million people in India are affected by human trafficking.
Mothers’ Union is affiliated with the Women’s Fellowship for Christian Service (WFCS) in both North and South India.
Members are very active within their local communities reaching out to meet the needs of the most vulnerable, often women and girls. Their work includes programmes such as:
Global Advocacy to Raise the Status of Women and Eliminate Discrimination: Mothers’ Union and UNCSW
MULOA stands for “Mothers’ Union Listening, Observing, Acting” and is the name we are using to explore the essence of what it is to be Mothers’ Union
A diagnosis of dementia shouldn’t mean the end of a person’s place in church; Louise Morse shares the story of one congregation that has taken steps to ensure everyone is welcome
When Irene Barnes divorced her husband Pete because of his drinking, she never expected that Mothers’ Union would play a part in them getting back together
Mothers’ Union member Joan Colwell explains how this simple activity quilt can be an incredible comfort for someone suffering with dementia