Two kids from a school in Gurugram, moved by the suffering of acid attack survivors, formed an organization to aid in their recovery and provide them with a means of support. The suffering, emotional anguish, and financial difficulties these survivors endure just because of a reprehensible act by another person are indescribable, according to 13-year-old Kabir Kohli. The pupil from the Shri Ram School in Gurugram claimed that “Abhang” (meaning “unbroken”) was made to aid them.
Kabir Kohli claimed that during an internship, he first learned about acid attack survivors, their struggles, the expense of their care, the loss of their education, the lack of access to medical facilities, and the prolonged legal process.
They had a strategy in mind, but Anahita Kapoor, a student at the same school as Kohli, said carrying it out was not so easy. After a few encounters with survivors, we discovered that they couldn’t take the heat, Ms. Kapoor said, initially adding, “we were thinking of building a cloud kitchen where survivors could cook and bake.”
“Our goal is to build a self-sufficient and expandable firm in the cosmetics sector. To do this, we’ve started gathering money, contacting malls about space for kiosks, and training survivors in makeup techniques, “She spoke. The pair has contacted several cosmetics companies to assist them in putting up a makeup class for eight acid attack survivors earlier this month.