Suresh was brought to Freedom Foundation when he was 11 years old and today he is 23 and on the verge of completing his Bachelors of Commerce degree this August.
His parents died due to AIDS and left behind their 4 children (2 boys & 2 girls) to the care of their uncle. Apart from AIDS Suresh's father was a chronic alcoholic who abused both his wife and children. Unfortunately only Suresh was infected with HIV and this resulted in the brutal seperation from his siblings. His uncle was the one who admitted him to the Foundation. At that time we tried very hard to convince him not to take this extreme step of separating him form his brothers & sisters however he was very resolute in his desicion.
Some of his hobbies & likes are as follows:
Playing cricket & badminton, reading books & computer games. His favourite dish is mutton biriyani, loves the color red and is very particular about dressing in formals.
After completing his degree this August he is planning to take up a paying job while continuing his education through correspondence. He also plans to rent a house and stay with his brothers & sisters all of whom are studying and living in different hostels.
His dream of being united with his siblings is about to come true!
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