Through our village visits, we have seen many aged women, and they are coming to us and asking for our help. These women sometimes try to kill themselves to avoid slow starvation. They are neglected by their children and relatives, who consider them useless, and not worthy of food. They will send them out to beg on the street, and sleep in the footpath. Many times, we have received these kinds of women and gave them medical help, food to eat, and used clothes. We try to strengthen them with the words to go back to their homes, and we also give counseling to their children and to their relatives.