Three women fight to change life of children

Women such as Bipasha Sengupta (in picture) have taken on charges that would daunt most, but they persevere because they love to see their children realise their potential.
Women such as Bipasha Sengupta (in picture) have taken on charges that would daunt most, but they persevere in their efforts because they love to see children realise their potential.

Mrinal Kanta Saxena, Surabhi Kundra and Bipasha Sengupta are your everyday people, who come from diverse backgrounds, but have now dedicated their time and life to teach children who face more fierce challenges than your average Joe.

Saxena, a retired DU lecturer who now runs an NGO that takes care of kids with polio, Kundra works with children with special needs, and Sengupta has founded a school for the visually impaired.

These women have taken on charges that would daunt most, but they persevere and inspire because they love what they do, and they love to see their children realise their potential.

Fore more details, read: The Indian Express 

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