Get to know the team behind Compassion Manipur Orphanage Home who have given up everything since 2006 to serve and uplift the downtrodden in Manipur (India). Ranging from saving children from child labor, drugs and child abuse, we have also built homes as distributed food and clothing as relief projects in villages.
Dr. Rev Vumthang Sitlhou & Mrs Kimcha Sitlhou
(Father & Mother of the Orphans)
Rev. Vumthang Sitlhou (Father to the orphans) & Mrs Kimcha Sitlhou (Mother to the lost & lonely) witnessed the suffering and loss of many lives during the 1993 ethnic conflict within the tribal community of Manipur. As a result of the conflict, many children were left orphaned, homeless. Thus began the dream of building a home and providing shelter, education for orphans and the poor. It has been 16 years since the year of 2006 to this selfless service and managing the ever growing needs of 50 children with limited support. They have 6 children of their own who are married and well settled. Good deeds requires big sacrifices and their family including children had to give up leading a normal life to take on a responsibility to call someone else's children their own.
What We Do
for the ORPHANS
Fight Against CHILD PROSTITUTION
to the LOST
Meet The Team
Dallas & Boise Bastian
Dallas (Social Work Coordinator) and Boise (Child Councelor) are an essential part of the team, and have been closely associated with Compassion Manipur Orphanage Home from the very beginning. Meet the God fearing and compassionate couple who are working day and night to meet the needs of the children whilst managing their corporate jobs as well. They are currently staying in Delhi (India) and looking forward to connect with other such couples/members living with the same compassion and willingness to contribute in any manner opening channels to leave a lasting impact on the lives of these orphans.
As a Journalist, Writer, and Director, Rukmini (dear friend) continues to enlarge the vision and scope of our orphanage by displaying a strong passion to serve the needs of the children. Already a favorite of the children during her recent visit she has a very gentle and loving heart. She continues to fight for their rights and envisions a orphanage with good educational facilities to nurture these children into a brighter future.
(Public Relations Officer)
Since joining Compassion Manipur Orphanage Home, Liju Thomas has played a crucial role in the continued health and sports upliftment of the children. His exceptional sports skillset comes with experience ranging from service in the navy and that of coaching members in football. As a certified coach any orphan child with interest in sports can gain knowledge and guidance to carry this further as a career. With a compassionate desire to serve the needy he is currently working in Bengaluru and helps organizing funds for the orphans.