The Woman Who Rescued More Than 12,000 Girls From Sex Trafficking

Born on 14th April, 1949 to mother Laxmi Devi Gurung and father Col. Pratap Singh Gurung, in Nepal, Anuradha Koirala also known as Dijju, is one of the most popular Nepalese social activist of India as well as the founder of Maiti Nepal, which was started in 1993.

It is said that she first got inclined towards social work during her school days at St. Joseph Convent School, in Kalimpong, when she witnessed the work of the Mother and sisters of the school. She has always been inspired by the work and ideologies of Mother Teresa. So, even . . .

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