Monica Singh doesn’t commend a lady in her aged family photographs.

“It’s formidable for any lady to see her face each day in a counterpart all burnt and scarred,” Singh told NBC News. “I know we was a lady who used to get disturbed if she got pimples or any symbol on her face, and now her whole face is full of scars.”

For many years, those scars were a unpleasant sign of an poison conflict that happened in Lucknow, India, in 2005, though today, a 30-year-old UN Women Global Youth Champion is vocalization out conflicting gender-based conflict and regulating conform to commission and inspire survivors to pursue their dreams.

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@Courtesy: YouthFashion

Link: http://www.youthsfashion.com/acid-attack-survivor-monica-singh-finds-hope-advocacy-in-fashion/

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