The amazing story of three sisters at Rescue Junction
By Priyadarshini Gupta - Rescue Project Director
At Rescue Junction
This is the story of three sisters, Pramilla, Anaya and Brinda (not their real names).
Both of their parents passed away, and their mother passed away in 2008 and 28th August 2010 her father died because of hunger. He gave what little food he had to his three daughters. and then all three sister was crying with hunger with the body of his father and nobody was taking care of these three girls. The oldest daughter with help from her sisters buried her father using their own bare hands Their ages were 10 years 6 years and the youngest was 5 years of age
Brought to Rescue Junction many years ago due to the intervention of the concerned District Magistrate who feared they arrived very thin, distressed and in poor general health the staff gave them love food and care…they gradually began to respond and behave like three normal girls laughing playing and beginning school.
As you know Rescue Junction is not a long-term children’s home rather a centre for children and young people in urgent need of care and attention. However due a shortage of places in homes locally the girls would have to be split up and we couldn’t do that.
For a very few children Rescue Junction becomes their home, and so it was for the three sisters, the oldest has now graduated from high school and is now employed as a counsellor at Rescue Junction. She has managed to save a little money for her future and the two youngest girls are continuing their education.
If you would like to help the sisters directly just put a note on your kind donation “ for the three sisters “ and we will put in a welfare fund set up for their future .
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