Anjali's Story

Anjali

Deprived of a dignified and a rightful childhood, 3 years old Anjali lives on the street outside a train station in Mumbai with a younger sister and their parents. Both her father and mother are are infected with the HIV virus. Her father is also suffering from Tuberculosis. Though he is a skilled mason, his health does not permit him to take-up regular work and hence less food and at times starvation takes its toll on the entire family.
When IMCARES Care Workers found Anjali, they discovered that both she and her younger sister were suffering from scabies and had boils and rashes all over their bodies…

Anjali’s Story

Deprived of a dignified and a rightful childhood, 3 years old Anjali lives on the street outside a train station in Mumbai with a younger sister and their parents. Both her father and mother are are infected with the HIV virus. Her father is also suffering from Tuberculosis. Though he is a skilled mason, his health does not permit him to take-up regular work and hence less food and at times starvation takes its toll on the entire family.
When IMCARES Care Workers found Anjali, they discovered that both she and her younger sister were suffering from scabies and had boils and rashes all over their bodies…

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