Therapeutic community-600 sex trafficked victims

 
$222,407
$177,593
Raised
Remaining
Mar 25, 2013

A Space for Healing and Recovery

CHILDREN ON SANKRANTHI DAY IN THEIR NEW TRADITIONA
CHILDREN ON SANKRANTHI DAY IN THEIR NEW TRADITIONA

Prajwala’s rehabilitative shelter home continues to provide holistic, non-discriminatory and unbiased access to education, healthcare, livelihood options and other needful services for children and adult victims of sex trafficking. The transition school within the shelter not only fosters the overall development of the children, but also equips them with the necessary psychosocial and scholastic skills to ensure a bright future that breaks the cycles of poverty and social exclusion. 

In addition to normalizing activities such as education and involving in home programs, children need time for structured recreation where they can play, strengthen their friendships and enjoy their lives in a healthy way. For this reason, Prajwala allocates 1 hour for games every day, during which children have been spending relishing in their brand new playground. Mainstream students have also started planting saplings and sowing seeds. On Saturday evenings, cultural events are also conducted and on Sundays children spend their free time watching movies in the amphi-theatre and participating in Brahmakumari spiritual yoga and meditation classes. 

Prajwala’s shelter home also has a visiting physician and gynecologist, and medical services are available for any emergencies or special cases of children. As many children are HIV+ and have a compromised immunity, the clinician administers regular assessment of CD4 status and accordingly manages opportunistic infections and free access to antiretroviral drugs. A referral network is used to connect children with services on an as-needed basis including external medical experts and facilities for hospitalization.

In addition, counseling is given to all members on academic/learning issues, self-development, health and personal hygiene, motivation, ventilation of feelings, and behavior modification. By and large, all home activities are functioning smoothly as a result of the commitment, support and leadership of caretakers, counselors, and coordinators alike. 

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Organization

PRAJWALA

Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
http://www.prajwalaindia.com.

Project Leader

SUNITHA KRISHNAN

GENERAL SECRETARY
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh India

Where is this project located?

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