Pragya Prasun Singh became an acid attack victim in 2006, just after marriage, while she was traveling on a train. But she refused to be victimized by the tragic incident. Pragya built an NGO that facilitates free-of-cost surgeries and provides avenues to help acid attack and burn survivors to earn a living.
You can read Pragya’s story in this article.
Pragya’s NGO called “Atijeevan Foundation” trains these acid attack victims to make handicraft products and provides them with skill and vocational training. It turns the victims into survivors and places them in the industry as per their capability.The NGO facilitates free-of-cost surgeries and provides avenues to help acid attack and burn survivors to earn a living.Pragya is a social worker with a heart of gold and the mother of two lovely girls.She organizes free surgery and non-surgical therapies for acid attack and burns patients through her NGO, Atijeevan Foundation. Pragya has supported critical surgeries for over 250 acid attack survivors.
Read more: https://www.storyofsouls.com/pragya-prasun-acid-attack-survivor/
Note: I also write for Story of Souls, which is the original source of this article. It is a website where you will find real life stories of people who have refused to remain victims of their circumstances just like Pragya Prasun.
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Yes really. And I am proud that she is an Indian.