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A Short Historical Sketch
The Sisters belong to a society known as the MISSIONARY SISTERS OF MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS (MSMHC). It was founded by the late Mgr. Stephen Ferrando, SDB on October 24, 1942, at Guwahati, Assam. He was the Bishop of Shillong when the World War II broke out. Seeing the abject misery, lack of educational facilities, health and hygiene he sensed the need of founding a local Congregation of women who would dedicate themselves to the service to the people.
The Sisters give priority to reaching out to villages and conducting various programmes, camps etc. for children, youth and adult. They own a few schools and run schools owned by the church and other institutions. It has boarding houses for girls, homes for the aged, vocational training centres, dispensaries and mobile clinics. The Sisters care for the Orphans, the underprivileged, the handicapped and the mentally challenged children. They are also engaged in mass-media communications and youth services.
The Society follows the educational method of Don Bosco, the great educator and aims at the all round development of the pupils in formal and informal educational centres. The moral upbringing of the pupils is given priority as also to their intellectual and academic performance. The students are placed in an ambience of religious harmony, mutual respect, personal and communal harmony and are helped to imbibe the values of love, brotherhood, justice and peace thereby enabling them to be worthy citizens of our country.
The Society is governed by the Superior General and her five member team of General Council. Today the Congregation has over thousand members who render their selfless and generous services for the upliftment of the various tribe and communities of people all over India and abroad through 115 centers.