My name is Sabita and I am from Nepal. I have been a burns survivor since 2000. My ex-husband attacked me with kerosene because I had flushed his drugs into the toilet. After the attack, my life suddenly changed. The way people discriminated against me hurt a lot. People didn't seem to realize that burn victims have hearts full of pain and trauma. Some people keep hurting us and giving us more pain in different ways- for example, not providing a job because of scars. After the attack, I lived with my mother, but she passed away more than 5 years ago. I am separated from my husband and am a single mother.
If you buy my crafts, it will add color to my sons' lives. I'm really grateful towards RISE for providing such opportunity to become independent using my skills.