Category Archives: Stories

Success Story: Madhavi Mahendra Selar

MadhaviShe was found at nearby Virar railway station. When our volunteer starting interacting with her we came to know that she is 35 years old women, she has two children and her husband stays in Mumbai central and her mother stays somewhere in Virar. She is lying there from many days and sometime her mother comes to meet her. When our volunteer went near to her to ask the reason why she is here, then she told and showed us that her leg and back side was burned somehow and that why her family was unable to take care of her and they left her at Virar station. She was unable to walk. Our volunteers went to Railway Police Force and inform them about this lady, and soon we have arranged for ambulance and took her to Virar Municipal Hospital for check-up and treatment. Same time we have coordinated with Seal Ashram at Panvel and from the Hospital we took her at Aashram. Now she is there and recovering.

 

Success Story: Kamlesh & Sushma

Kamlesh sus1Kamlesh and Sushma Gupta are elder children of Mr. Ramesh Gupta. Ramesh Guppa has five children. He is from UP. He is daily labourer. Because of poverty he is unable to take care of his elder children education. He approached us and we came to know that his elder children are not studying. So we took the responsibility of their education. We have kept them in a boarding school Umri near Nagpur and taking care of their studies, boarding expenses. Now they both are in 9th std and doing well in their studies. In vacations they come to stay with our families.

Success Story – Rukhsana

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She is a widowed mother of three children. She was a Hindu by birth and in her teenage fell in love with a man from other religion. She got married to him against her family’s wish and hence did not receive any support from her relatives. In few years’ time her husband passed away
giving her and her youngest son HIV status.She was left alone with three children out from poverty of whom the youngest one is positive.

While she is staying in a slum in Nallasopara East, she met a lady who used to visit her neighbours house and this lady gave her some information about another NGO and later she was introduced to the volunteers of our social work. She began to receive support through our care programme at various levels. She had a new hope in life. She was introduced to our positive group of friends and families and the acceptance and love she received from them became an important tool in empowering her. Her children began to go to school her standard of living improved as she found a job for herself. Our care team helped her access good medical care because of which her health improved and she was able to care for her children in a better way. Today she has hope and walks with great confidence knowing that she is not alone in this journey.