Brief History

All India Masihi Jamat (AIMJ) is a Delhi based National level organization and is brainchild of its present General Secretary and Chief Functionary, Rev. Asad Masih. He and his wife Shuvra Masih migrated from West Bengal to Delhi in 1992. After few years residing in Delhi, they found that many people are migrating towards metropolitan city from rural areas of the country in search of a job or livelihood. Due to the poverty they were bound to dwell in slums and their conditions in slums are very unhygienic and difficult. They both decided to work for those under privileged people with limited resources. Their motivation was so strong and they started working with Adult literacy centre and free education for children. Gradually their social works increased and the said society was registered on 26th Sept. 2003 in Delhi under Societies registration Act 1860, in the name All India Masihi Jamat (before it was known as Jumma Masih Worship Fellowship).

Its prime objective is to mobilize efforts for overall development of weaker and marginalized section of Indian society. It has completed 28 years of dedicated service in the field of social development impacting many rural lives in 7 states of India namely: Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar, Assam, Tripura and Madhya Pradesh, covering 51 districts and 126 blocks and has reached approx. 45,98,348 as beneficiaries through different social projects activities such community empowerment through vocational training on tailoring, beauty parlour, computer, awareness program on health/HIV/AIDS, Nutrition, educational activities- linking the children with schools, formal & non-formal education, adult literacy, correspondence course, women and youth community meeting, seminar & revival meeting, VBS for children, literature printing, Income Generation (SHG), staff development training program, Celebration of national and international festivals, Emergency relief and medical camp & Financial help to blind, poor and needy.

At present there are 82 paid staffs and 10 volunteers working with AIMJ for the cause of the poor people in the society targeting Poor & Marginalized children from rural areas, women, girl children, socially excluded, differently abled, slums, urban, tribal & rural communities and old aged people.