Madhu Tughnait constructed a home for orphans with disabilities by promoting jewellery

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new Delhi. In 2010, Madhu Tugneet, a clothier, laid the inspiration of the 'Desire Foundation' for these kids. Amidst the pure fantastic thing about Kondarla village, about 54 km from Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh, the group is house to poor, orphaned and plenty of disabled kids, who’ve been deserted by their mother and father. Also, members of the group who care for these kids day and night time with full dedication.

Started by taking good care of solely 2 kids, today the group is taking good care of the foods and drinks of 20 kids in addition to their medical amenities and schooling.

According to The Better India report, Madhu, 60, says 10 of those 20 kids are regular, three are bodily disabled and the remaining 7 are very difficult as these kids are bodily and mentally challenged. <! –

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                 There can be incapacity. But for Madhu and her crew, these kids are her circle of relatives. They need to give them a greater future.

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