What People Say
My husband died leaving me with two young children and no money to survive. But I survived. Because I became an Aparajita.
I built my house being an Aparajita, the notion completely changed the community. Now everyone is interested in my work and many women want to become an Aparajita.
Our children frequently suffer from stomach problems, skin diseases. And we wonder why!!
– Village woman Rojna
We suffer greatly from the interrupted electricity service. Too much dependency toward daylight is taking us nowhere as it hampers our day to day job, household activities, children’s education. We don’t require a modern television for entertainment. Rather a superior lighting system is essential.
– Sharif, a young village farmer from North Bengal
I had no face in society as a divorced woman. Nobody helped me or showed me any respect. After I built my own house being an Aparijita, the perception completely changed in the community. Now everyone is interested in my work and many women want to become an Aparijitas.
– a village Aparijita
I have built my own house, sent my children to school, and earned respect.