Manipur is a mosaic of traditions and cultural patterns. The state is home to the Meiteis — the major ethnic group in the state. There are about thirty different tribes inhabiting Manipur. Some of the larger tribes include Nagas, Kukis, Paites, Thadous, Simtes, Vaipheis, Raltes, Gangtes and Hmars. Unlike the Meiteis, who occupy the Imphal Valley, the other tribes inhabit the surrounding hill districts. The first FMA presence in Manipur is the Little Flower School, Imphal, established in1958. Today they work in 4 centres imparting education and also run a rehabilitation centre for the drug addicts.

Little Flower School, Imphal -1958imphal
Airport Road
Imphal – 795 001

(0385) 2455691 House
(0385) 2455963 School


Mission :
Boarding, Primary to High School, Professional School, Rehabilitation Centre for Drug Addicts,  Orphanage, ARO, Community based programmes, DOT Centre, Family and village Visits and Parish Catechesis

Auxilium Convent, Khoupum  – 1988khaopum
Khoupum Valley
B.P.O Gaidimjang
Via Bishepur – 795147
Manipur west

Mission :
Boarding, Collaboration in the Parish School, Oratory, Family &Village Visits, Dispensary and Women Promotional Work


Auxilium Convent, Maram – 1990maram
Maram Centre – 795 105
Senapati District

(03871) 265333 House


Mission :
Hostel for College and School girls, Oratory, Collaboration in Don Bosco School & College, Parish Work, Children’s Club (ARO)  Dispensary, Family and Village Visits

Auxilium Convent, Shajouba – 1999shajouba
C/o St. Joseph’s School
Shajouba, Tadubi P.O. – 795104

(03871) 263476

Mission :
Boarding, Collaboration School, Family and Village Visits,  Catechesis, Children’s Club (ARO) and Women Promotional Work

Auxilium Convent, Senapati – 2016senapati
Taphou, Pudunamei;
Senapati – 795106, Manipur


Primary School, Evangelization, Catechesis, Children’s Club (ARO) and Family Visit.