“Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice”
Like Slavery and Apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings. Sometimes it falls on a generation to be great. YOU can be that great generation. Let your greatness blossom – Nelson Mandela
Every request that comes to Ashvattha, has a painful story behind it, where the characters are fighting with all their strength to just Live their Life. No wonder “Life is a struggle”! At the end, we can only hope for a “Happy Ending” to every story. And, without doubt, it gives immense pleasure to be a part of that happy ending.
Here is one such story of a wife trying to save her husband and requested Ashvattha for help.
Team ‘ASHVATTHA’ received a request to help Mr.CH Ramesh (aged 36) who met with an accident and had to undergo a Brain Surgery in 2014 in NIMS Hospital, Hyderabad. Our Team stood by Ramesh’s family and helped them in 2014. By god’s grace surgery was successful and he was out of life threat danger.
But post surgery, Ramesh was completely bed ridden with paralyzed left leg and left hand. His wife works as a maid in near by houses in Sunipenta village (near Srisailam) and takes care of him . There is no one else in their family to take care of bed ridden Ramesh. Per Doctors suggestion, Ramesh’s wife wants to take her husband to Kerala for Ayurvedic Physiotherapy Treatment and was looking for financial assistance and contacted Ashvattha Team again for help.
Ashvattha Volunteers visited Ramesh in Sunipenta (near srisailam) and inquired about his current health status and donated a check of 40,000 INR (Forty Thousand) for his treatment. Hope Ramesh will recover soon and the family will live happily ever after.