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Rutika breaks poverty cycle

Rutika Nishad will tell their inspiring story in Deniliquin next week.

ZOE MCMAUGH July 25, 2014 3:12am

Vaishali Bhaskar and Rutika Nishad will speak in Deniliquin next week.

The inspiring tale of how an Indian woman overcame adversity with the help of her community will be told in Deniliquin next week.

As a child, Rutika Nishad and her sisters were residents at the Mukti ministry in India’s, which primarily provides Christian homes for destitute women and children.

With the assistance of the organisation and its community and education programs, she went on to recently complete a Masters in Computer Management.

Rutika will share her journey of empowerment with the Deniliquin Fellowship Group in Deniliquin on Wednesday.

The meeting will be held at 120 Edwardes St (at the rear of the Shiloh Medical Clinic) from 7pm, and coordinator Dr Sydney Paul says everyone is welcome.

‘‘Don’t miss hearing Rutika’s story of God’s grace in her life – her life could have been so different,’’ Dr Paul said.

‘‘She is now an empowered young woman with a Masters degree and her story will impact on you.’’

Presenting with Rutika will be Mukti team leader Vaishali Bhaskar, who has been in the role with the organisation for 18 years. For more information about the organisation visit

For more information about next week’s presentation, contact Dr Paul on 0458811413.

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