After experiencing so much unhappiness at a young age, Bhagyshree starts an exciting new chapter
September 10, 2018
20 yr old Bhagyshree was featured in a post last year. Having lost both of her parents to AIDS she was ostracised by local village residents, who assumed she must be HIV+. Bhagyshee is not HIV+, but due to discrimination she was forced out of the village she grew up in and made homeless.
Taken into WIN's care at our shketer for homeless women, Bhagyshree was able to ressume her education and recently made us all extremely proud by achieving the 3rd highest A-level results in the district of Wardha.
Bhagyshree's dream is to become a nurse and she has embarked upon the journey towards becoming one. This has been made possible with the sponsorship from supporters in America, to whom we are extremely grateful.
Good Luck Bhagyshree xx
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