Laxmi(name changed), a twenty-seven-year-old woman from the Kusumpur slum community, has been married for seven years and has experienced three miscarriages due to Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Despite her challenges, she persevered and sought various medical opinions. Unfortunately, her efforts did not yield positive results. During a general clinic visit, she shared her struggles with the…Read more
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My struggles and hurdles in life only prove that however difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at". - Anand Mehto, a differently abled Asha student, Chanderpuri slum. Anand, who lost his right leg at a very young age while playing by the railway track in his slum, is…Read more
Esha, an 18-year-old Asha student, defied challenges to secure admission to Janki Devi Memorial College, Delhi University, pursuing her B.A. in Economics and Political Science. Fueled by the Asha warriors' encouragement, she discovered renewed motivation at the Asha Centre. Originally from Bihar, her father was a daily wage labourer, and unfortunately, he met with an…Read more
We bring you an inspiring testimony of Mrs Govardhani, an Asha CHV at Kanak Durga Slum since 1988. “I have no words to say how Asha has played a role in transforming my life. I was illiterate, but now I can write my name and do my signature. I never went out, but now I’m…Read more
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