Livelihood Skill Training

IMBM provides an intensive study of a particular field that provides professional knowledge, emphasizing hands-on experience that includes career guidance. Our training is mainly focus on specific training like weaving, carpentary, knitting, embroidery, diploma course in computer etc. that lasted for 3 to 6 months specially for youngsters. We usually connect with the leaders of the village to co-operate the program for the benefit of the people at large.

Medical Camp

Large segments of border’s rural tribal populations do not have accesses to safe and reliable healthcare. IMBM brings medical assistance to these under-privileged populations in partnership with the civil doctors and volunteer medical teams. Covid19 is also greatly affected in most of the villages. The people living in these remote locations go on suffering even from easily preventable diseases. Therefore, IMBM in such remote locations arranges medical team, medical supplies and medicines to prevent seasonal diseases offshoots.

Ecological Balance

IMBM conducts research, seminars and workshops on forest and wildlife protection and organise eco-development camps. We are campaigning for a biosphere reserve forest area in the border’s area. The main challenges of the border’s villages is the problem of shifting cultivation, burning of forests and mountains, hunting of wildlife, etc. IMBM promotes protection of wildlife, social forestry and plantation, and to clean the ponds, lakes and water reservoirs.

Widows and Orphans Ministry

Helping to the widows and widowers in the form of monetary and gift is an integral part of our activities. We have a group of widows and widowers who are working in partnership with us. Besides keeping orphan kids in our children home, in order to reach more orphan and needy, we used to organize “You are not Alone” camp to encourage them and extend some basic needs in the form of materials, and we helped them to grow their spiritual and mental life to face the trauma and struggle of their life.



One day/three days/ weekly training for the parents and children on the growth of their mental and spiritual needs are the core values and principle of IMBM training. Many families in the border are broken and frustrated who need counselling and prayer support to repair their wound and suffering. We concentrate on arduous research and engage on intensive counselling and seminar to change their traditional ways of living to profitable godly living. Many are lost in alcohol and drugs, immorality and unethical life. Every home needs an awareness and moral education to be freed from such disgraceful lifestyle. Therefore, our mission has been focusing on the trauma of individual families to bring solace and deliverance base on the word of God. Many struggle couples have been re-united; many alcoholic and drug user children are changed and living a renew-life. Many individuals and families have experienced great changes through these programs. We thank to all the resource persons and donors who make this program successful and fruitful. If anyone wants to be a part of this program as a participant or trainers or supporter, you can contact us

Relief Work

We have been taking part in sending various emergency relief materials in the border villages since the inception. In 2016, there was a measles outbreak in the border villages of Myanmar which killed 83 children of below 15 years within 5 villages.

Our mission took the foremost initiative in sending medical team along with food packages of different essential items, and again in the next following year 2017, there was a famine and unidentified flu that kills 15 children in the same area.

Besides, we have seen many challenges in these border villages on the onset of Covid19 which completely affects their economy and educational system. As per our record till date, we have delivered 13 trips of reliefs to the border villages within these two and half years of Covid19 which is estimated about 9 lacs values.

In the midst of this critical situation, the situation in the border became fully lopsided when military junta in Myanmar declared state emergency and arrested the NLD leaders which led to endless confrontation between the groups. In such a time as this, our mission is taking the best effort to help the border villagers in any possible ways.

The villages in the border’s are facing tremendous hardships due to influx of Myanmar refugees on the onset of Military coups’ crisis in Feb 2021. Thousands of refugees are taking refuge in the border. As per OCHA Myanmar Humanitarian Update on September, 2022, According to UN figures, the estimated number of IDPs since the military takeover has passed 974,400, bringing the total number of IDP across the country to almost 1.3 million. More than 45,500 people remain in neighboring countries after fleeing since the takeover. Nearly 26,000 civilian properties, including houses, churches, monasteries, and schools are estimated to have been destroyed during hostilities, although figures are difficult to verify. At least 1500 civilians are known to have been killed, and more than 1300 armies have been killed too.

Therefore, even in the state of Manipur, more than 2500 refugees are taking refuge in different villages and adjacent towns. Due to these various challenges from the refugees and negligence of government from various modern facilities, the following facts are part of daily life:

  1. Many innocent civilians in the border become the victim of war and conflict, because these villages are the temporary homes of many refugees and insurgent groups in north east India.
  2. The circle of poverty is being passed on from generation to generations.
  3. Most of the villages in the border do not have primary school, and hence, the children below the age of 14 are completely deprived off from basic education.
  4. The border villages of India and Myanmar refugees are the two groups of people who need an immediate attention on humanitarian ground.
  5. Many factors compel the life of the border to live in such downtrodden and hopeless life. Without the help of the philanthropists and dedicated NGOs, these areas will remain suffer, because, both governments (India & Myanmar) are completely deaf on the cry of these people.