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Mizoram women's great initiative, more than 10 thousand AIDS patients are employment!

In front of whom the prejudices of the society become secondary. Vanlalruati Colney, a resident of Mizoram. This woman's achievement has shown the...

Monday, April 26, 2021

/ by Avishek Bera

 

The News Cover:  In front of whom the prejudices of the society become secondary. Vanlalruati Colney, a resident of Mizoram. This woman's achievement has shown the way to the society. She has helped bring about 10,000 HIV positive people back into social and family life by providing them with employment. HIV or human immunodeficiency virus is responsible for the transmission of AIDS. Patients suffering from this disease are the victims of various social stigmas. They are intentionally pushed into a corner.

This struggle of the colony was quite difficult at first. The people behind the social superstitions did not want to come forward on their own at first. But Vanlalruati did not give up. He is determined to help those affected by the disease. But it was not to be. Colonie became addicted to drugs at an early age, and was diagnosed with HIV at the age of 20. Later the disease became more serious in his body. The whole body is filled with big blisters. His hair began to fall out and the infection caused so much fluid discharge that stains could be seen on the bedsheets at one time.

In an interview with Better India, he himself said that the hospital staff did not want to touch his bedsheet. At that time, HIV healthcare in Mizoram was not very good. On the one hand, the colony's family began to lose hope. But the colony itself was firm. He then contacted a local church. He decided to bring HIV patients to the forefront with social recognition to ease their burden. In 2006, she formed a support and advocacy group for women living with HIV. Positive Women's Network of Mizoram (PWNM). The organization's goal was to bring HIV-positive women into touch with contemporary others through various government projects. More than 10,000 people are currently associated with this organization. The organization of the colony is also playing a big role in Kovid 19 Atimari. Currently NGO Goonj and UNAIDS

This firm attitude of the colony did not fail. In 2019, she was awarded the Woman Exemplar Award from the Department of Health, Delhi. Colony is now 36 years old. His hope is that in this way he will be able to do better.

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