L'India non è (ancora) un Paese per donne

Mitu, la pasionaria che sogna un paese per donne
Mitu Khurana ha cominciato a lottare per le sue gemelline ancora prima di diventarne madre: oggi che hanno cinque anni non ha ancora smesso. Denunciando il marito, i suoceri e un ospedale, Mitu è diventata la prima donna a Nuova Delhi a chiedere giustizia sotto la legge che cerca di arginare il fenomeno degli aborti dei feti femminili. “Lo faccio – spiega – affinché le mie gemelline vivano un giorno in una società diversa”. Non una in cui ogni anno vengono abortite grossomodo mezzo milione di bambine: l’India del ventunesimo secolo
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Author: savedaughters19

This is a coverage of my struggles to save my daughters.I am thank full to my parents not only for Not killing me ,but also helping me save my daughters... My dream- A big shelter house for women who want to give birth to their daughters and raise them up with dignity and self respect , but have to fight their own families to do so. Will have medical facilities and facilities for legal aid. will have training centers for vocational courses so that they can stand up on their own two feet and stop the dependency on their husbands for finances, A child care center run and managed by the inmates, A kitchen and a vegetable farm run and managed by the inmates. At present only a dream.... But with grace of God will become a reality. God will show the way and means to achieve the dream.

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