We work for the survival and improving the lifestyle of PLHIV and for empowering women, girls and people living in marginalized communities. The organization was established in 2007. Sahil, a 23-year old from Darbhanga in Bihar has no rancor or bitterness as he talks about getting infected through blood transfusion.
Carving out a new identity for himself in a new city, he found the motivation to live and be of use to others, like him. He has experienced stigma and discrimination but is hopeful that with the support of media, communities will understand the infection better and accept positive people, in their fold. Also, he is convinced that we all need to spread more awareness regarding HIV, TB, Hep-B/Hep-C and various other infections by campaigning, dialogue, and proper hygienic practices so that there are fewer cases of such infections. Presently, Sahil with his team works for the betterment of poor, PLHIVs, for the rights of children, people from marginalized communities and for empowering women.