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Help Laxmi Vadla Fight Against her health problem and children care

Dear friends, this is Madhusudhan here and I work for an NGO. When i went to a field visit to a village Dadapur, which is in Doma Mandal Vikarabad district in Telangana, I met a family where the husband died due to HIV, and his wife is also suffering with the same. But, her two daughters Anusha(5th class), Anitha(2nd class) do not have the symptoms. Presently, they are in a position that can't buy medicine or to get the food for that day.

I humble request all of you to help Laxmi fight against HIV. She also has eye problems and is unable to have a clear vision. The family will not be able to survive without your help. Kindly contribute and help me raise funds to help this family to have a stable life.
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18th June 2019
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

Lakshmi’s Health Condition:

Lakshmi’s health started to deteriorate and she also started to lose eyesight which made it impossible for her to manage basic things like even cooking. Given the helplessness of the situation, her elder daughter Anusha (10 yrs old) was compelled to shoulder all the responsibilities of the house and the child started to cook and manage the house with Lakshmi’s guidance.
She has become so weak that she cannot do any work without support. They don’t have a toilet in their house, which means that she would have to go out of her house for the same, which in itself has become a herculean task for her.
Someone suggested that she begin a couple of houses and sit outside the house and eat, to cure her night-blindness. She also followed that superstition out of desperation to somehow make her situation better, but obviously to no avail.
She visited Sarojini Devi Hospital in Hyderabad to get her eyes checked up and the doctors advised that there is no cure for the same.
Lakshmi is going through debilitating emotional turmoil owing to the anxiety surrounding her health and the impact it would have on her children. It is very painful for that mother to see what her children are going through and all the more painful to imagine what would happen to them in case of her death.
She is not in a position to afford medical help. Their situation is so dire, that even affording transport to a hospital is difficult for her, leave alone following the advice of the doctor to have healthy/nutritious food to manage to maintain her health.

Current Family Condition:

From the day Lakshmi and her husband were diagnosed with HIV, his sons from the first marriage and pretty much everyone in their village started to treat them like an outcast. Anjalayya died soon after and the sons completely started to ignore Lakshmi and her daughters. They would give her some 100 rupees once in a while when they visited her but never bothered to care about anything beyond that. Her father Reddipalli Ramaiah tried to care for them in his own capacity.
The sons have taken away all the 2.2 acres of land and shared it amongst themselves, leaving her and her children with nothing.
She got a pension for 2 months but now for some reason, she has stopped getting the pension as well.
Anusha and Anitha are studying in the nearby Government school where they manage to have one meal through the mid-day meal program. WHF foundation gave them the basic stationery supplies (6 books) which they use to manage their studies. Before the foundation came forward to support them, they had to do odd jobs to earn some 200 rupees per month, with which they managed to buy their books.
Given the social stigma associated with HIV, these people are forced to live an isolated life with nobody caring to even interact with them properly.

They need to make do with the rice through PDS, which isn’t enough to fulfill all their needs related to food. There are also days when they have to go without food.

Thank You
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

Lakshmi’s Health Condition:

Lakshmi’s health started to deteriorate and she also started to lose eyesight which made it impossible for her to manage basic things like even cooking. Given the helplessness of the situation, her elder daughter Anusha (10 yrs old) was compelled to shoulder all the responsibilities of the house and the child started to cook and manage the house with Lakshmi’s guidance.
She has become so weak that she cannot do any work without support. They don’t have a toilet in their house, which means that she would have to go out of her house for the same, which in itself has become a herculean task for her.
Someone suggested that she begin a couple of houses and sit outside the house and eat, to cure her night-blindness. She also followed that superstition out of desperation to somehow make her situation better, but obviously to no avail.
She visited Sarojini Devi Hospital in Hyderabad to get her eyes checked up and the doctors advised that there is no cure for the same.
Lakshmi is going through debilitating emotional turmoil owing to the anxiety surrounding her health and the impact it would have on her children. It is very painful for that mother to see what her children are going through and all the more painful to imagine what would happen to them in case of her death.
She is not in a position to afford medical help. Their situation is so dire, that even affording transport to a hospital is difficult for her, leave alone following the advice of the doctor to have healthy/nutritious food to manage to maintain her health.

Current Family Condition:

From the day Lakshmi and her husband were diagnosed with HIV, his sons from the first marriage and pretty much everyone in their village started to treat them like an outcast. Anjalayya died soon after and the sons completely started to ignore Lakshmi and her daughters. They would give her some 100 rupees once in a while when they visited her but never bothered to care about anything beyond that. Her father Reddipalli Ramaiah tried to care for them in his own capacity.
The sons have taken away all the 2.2 acres of land and shared it amongst themselves, leaving her and her children with nothing.
She got a pension for 2 months but now for some reason, she has stopped getting the pension as well.
Anusha and Anitha are studying in the nearby Government school where they manage to have one meal through the mid-day meal program. WHF foundation gave them the basic stationery supplies (6 books) which they use to manage their studies. Before the foundation came forward to support them, they had to do odd jobs to earn some 200 rupees per month, with which they managed to buy their books.
Given the social stigma associated with HIV, these people are forced to live an isolated life with nobody caring to even interact with them properly.

They need to make do with the rice through PDS, which isn’t enough to fulfill all their needs related to food. There are also days when they have to go without food.

Thank You
9th January 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the wonderful support. Last month we went to her house again to give some books, clothes to her children.

We are doing this campaign for Laxmi Vadla to give daily needs support. But this month we are planning to raise at least 1 lack also. So, we are extending to get more supporters.

Thank you!
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the wonderful support. Last month we went to her house again to give some books, clothes to her children.

We are doing this campaign for Laxmi Vadla to give daily needs support. But this month we are planning to raise at least 1 lack also. So, we are extending to get more supporters.

Thank you!
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Rs.34,060 raised

Goal: Rs.500,000

Beneficiary: Laxmi Vadla info_outline

Supporters (30)

BS
BOTCHA SOWNDARYA donated Rs.500
C
Chandrakala donated Rs.2,000
S
Srinivas donated Rs.500
AJ
ANGURU donated Rs.500
DK
Dinesh donated Rs.500
GS
G donated Rs.1,000