ACT’s work on re-connecting adoptees and their families often brings us stress, worries, financial hardship.
In short it costs us blood, sweat and tears.
But this weekend it was, once again, raining happiness:
NAGPUR: It was raining happiness when Varsha , 29, finally met her biological mother in a nondescript village in Bhandara district. It signalled end of a 27-year wait and more than a decade old search. Till then, Varsha claimed to have missed her mother while growing up in a Dutch family as their adopted daughter since she was just 18-month old.
Read one of the articles reporting on this « ACT case » , one of more than 50, here online in The Times of India: