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21st January 2017
We have reached our campaign goal of raising 1L(~$2000). Thanks for helping us reach our goal so quickly. I am grateful to look to amazing people like you for inspiration. I will be swimming  tomorrow and will update the details on Facebook.

We have increased the campaign goal to 1.5L, in the hope to make a larger contribution. 
We have reached our campaign goal of raising 1L(~$2000). Thanks for helping us reach our goal so quickly. I am grateful to look to amazing people like you for inspiration. I will be swimming  tomorrow and will update the details on Facebook.

We have increased the campaign goal to 1.5L, in the hope to make a larger contribution. 
25th December 2016
Dear Supporters, 

Make Love Not Scars (MLNS) has rehabilitated numerous acid attack survivors, thanks to your support. 

They regularly conduct awareness campaigns on the realities of acid attacks. They are continuously working towards getting the unmonitored sale of acid banned in the market. 

Their efforts have not gone unnoticed. MLNS has witnessed an increase in awareness and support for acid attack survivors. 

Members of the organisation educate the survivors and teach them lessons in English three times a week. They are also taught to design jewellery. Dance classes are regularly conducted. These attempts are aimed at helping survivors develop skills to secure employment and other opportunities. 

The girls at this centre have been greatly encouraged by Reshma Qureshi’s recent spectacle at the New York Fashion Week early this year.

MLNS is working on associating with similar events and organisations that’ll help raise awareness and provide opportunities to its survivors to build confidence. 

They thank you tremendously for your support.


Team Milaap. 
Dear Supporters, 

Make Love Not Scars (MLNS) has rehabilitated numerous acid attack survivors, thanks to your support. 

They regularly conduct awareness campaigns on the realities of acid attacks. They are continuously working towards getting the unmonitored sale of acid banned in the market. 

Their efforts have not gone unnoticed. MLNS has witnessed an increase in awareness and support for acid attack survivors. 

Members of the organisation educate the survivors and teach them lessons in English three times a week. They are also taught to design jewellery. Dance classes are regularly conducted. These attempts are aimed at helping survivors develop skills to secure employment and other opportunities. 

The girls at this centre have been greatly encouraged by Reshma Qureshi’s recent spectacle at the New York Fashion Week early this year.

MLNS is working on associating with similar events and organisations that’ll help raise awareness and provide opportunities to its survivors to build confidence. 

They thank you tremendously for your support.


Team Milaap. 
21st September 2016
We are so proud to tell you that Reshma Qureshi, one of the acid attack survivors from the MLNS family, recently walked the ramp at the New York Fashion Week 2016 to raise awareness about acid attacks.

"I was very excited. This was my first time at New York. I am hoping that my participation in this runway will inspire hope and confidence in other acid attack survivors, that they can lead a normal life," says Reshma.

Reshma, was attacked by her brother-in-law in 2004 and lost one eye in the brutal incident.

Click here to take a look at the video.
We are so proud to tell you that Reshma Qureshi, one of the acid attack survivors from the MLNS family, recently walked the ramp at the New York Fashion Week 2016 to raise awareness about acid attacks.

"I was very excited. This was my first time at New York. I am hoping that my participation in this runway will inspire hope and confidence in other acid attack survivors, that they can lead a normal life," says Reshma.

Reshma, was attacked by her brother-in-law in 2004 and lost one eye in the brutal incident.

Click here to take a look at the video.