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Help Laxmi Build A Home For Acid Attack Survivors

"When dreams die, they do not make much noise. When hopes are crushed, the signs are soundless."

Acid corrodes gently. Eating away at her skin, bones and her dreams. The rest of her life begins now. A battle against unending, excruciating pain, deformity, social negligence, ostracisation and an invisible justice system. When a girl is attacked by acid, she is also relegated to the fringes of society, consigned to its dark recesses. Often, forced to hide away from society.
It is these faces that Chhanv Foundation and Stop acid attacks attempts to bring to light, from behind the veil, neglect and fear. Stop Acid Attacks is a call, a campaign against the brutality of acid violence. When we launched on March 8th, 2013, a determined resolve to bring these unseen, unknown stories to the fore, guided us.
Chhanv Foundation works as a bridge between survivors and the society, as the two come to stand isolated from each other when a girl is attacked with acid. The foundation provides them urgent and adequate medical and legal aid, and rehabilitate them by finding alternate sources of income. It also connects them with potential donors and supporters for these urgent needs. Most significantly, the organization's endeavor is to motivate and strengthen the survivors. To reassure them that confidence can be the spring in their step, and faith can fuel their dreams.

About Laxmi:

Laxmi is the director of Chhanv Foundation, an NGO dedicated to helping the survivors of acid attacks in India. Laxmi received a 2014 International Women of Courage award by US First Lady Michelle Obama. She was also chosen as the NDTV Indian of the Year
Laxmi was just a teenager and studying in 7th standard when she suffered acid attack by one her acquaintances, a 32-year-old man whose advances she had rejected.
Laxmi has been a campaigner with Stop Acid Attacks campaign. It was Her petition that led the Supreme Court to order the central and state governments to regulate the sale of acid, and the Parliament to make prosecutions of acid attacks easier to pursue.
What are they fundraising for:

A project to establish and operate a trauma relief center for women and girls, survivors of acid attack. In acute cases of acid attack, the model will provide post-hospitalization relief and care to patients of severe acid burns victimized in the attack, especially women and child, to help them recover from the physical trauma and social stigma caused after an acid attack.

The project can be imagined in four essential board. Each board requires resources to function.Description of the essential boards are given below, further, it is described for required resources.

Relief & Care
Major functions:
• Medical consultation
• Counseling sessions with the distressed
• Routine medical check-upsRequired resources
• Routine visits of physician, gynecologist, physiotherapist
• Doctor’s cabin for consultation

Assisted Living Abode
Major functions:
• Provides clean, hygienic and cool environment to the beneficiary after the hospital discharges
• Maintaining a healthy diet plan
• Assistance with nursing careRequired resources
• Clean, hygienic bedrooms equipped with air-conditioners, wardrobe, etc.
• Common kitchen and toilets
• Nurses, attendants, and housekeepers for assisting acid burn patient

Recreation and Training
Major functions:
• Skill and vocational training schedule
• Personality and Grooming
• Recreational rehabilitation of the acid attack survivorRequired resources:
• Common hall space for recreational activities, equipped with a TV and PA sound system
• Participation of volunteers and other skill trainers in the training programs

Administration
Major functions:
• Case Report: Documentation of acid attack case
• Need assessment of acid attack survivor
• Treatment schedule• Accounts of expenses
• Administrative routines of the projectRequired resources
• Staff acquisition: Accountant, Project Information Officer, Receptionist, etc.
• Office equipment: Desks, computers, stationery, almirah, etc.

Why should you contribute?

The foundation wishes to start initially with a crowd funding goal of 10 Lakhs and seeks your support.

The following is an estimated capital budget that shall be spent on the establishment on the project:
Particulars                                                              Estimated Expenses (In Rupees)
Abode (Bedrooms, Kitchen & Toilet)                    300,000.00
Conference Hall                                                         60,000.00
Office (Furniture, Peripherals, Security, etc.)      200,000.00
Total Capital Expense                                             560,000.00
 
Your contribution will help in saving lives and give them the courage to restart a new life. 
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3rd November 2017
Dear supporters,

We are ready to launch #Home4Sheroes in Noida where 4-6 families can stay at once when they need shelter at the time of their visits to Delhi, which is mostly for the purpose of treatments and legal matters. Presently, we are happily hosting Nirupama from Guwahati, Seema from Nepal and Rani from Orissa at this center from past few weeks. The present center aims at making space a kind of work studio for #AcidAttack survivors, run training programs and talk shows and discussions to bring other perspectives of the cause.

Thank you for love and support.

Regards
On November 6th, we have decided to get together to celebrate the official launch of Sheroes Home. Furthermore, your presence at the inaugural ceremony as the supporter of #StopAcidAttacks will be a source of inspiration for us all.

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