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PRAJWALA

Org #496
Vetted since 2006 Project of the Month Site Visit Verified
1996
year founded
$1,477,569
raised on GlobalGiving
14
years fundraising
3
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Prajwala is an anti-trafficking organization working for the welfare of women and children who are victims of commercial sexual exploitation. As prostitution is a form of sexual slavery, Prajwala believes in preventing women and children from entering this trade. Prajwala works with the conviction that, to break the walls of learnt helplessness that a victim of sexual exploitation develops, a multi pronged approach is necessary.

Project Leaders
SUNITHA KRISHNAN
SUNITHA KRISHNAN
Team
Ahammad Ali, Kalagadda Sujatha, Mallesham Yadav, Subba Reddy, Balarama Krishna, Kathi Nitin, Siraj Armaan
Organization Information
SURVEY NO. 64/2,65/,3, BASAVAGUDA ROAD, MANKHAL, MAHESHWARAM,
RANGA REDDY
Hyderabad, Telangana 501359
India
91 8414237304
Organization Information
SURVEY NO. 64/2,65/,3, BASAVAGUDA ROAD, MANKHAL, MAHESHWARAM,
RANGA REDDY
Hyderabad, Telangana 501359
India
91 8414237304

Project Reports

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Apr 21, 2021
Closing our association with GlobalGiving
Dear friends you have been a great source of support and strength in our mission to end sex trafficking for the last many years. Thanks to your support we have been able to restore dignity in the...
Mar 22, 2021
Running Shelters in Covid19 Times!
While the world came to a standstill and lockdowns were imposed all over, work from home became the norm for most employed. The Covid pandemic brought with it also great economic devastation effecting...
Jan 18, 2021
SAFE SHELTERS IN COVID TIMES
While the world came to a standstill and lockdowns were imposed all over, work from home became the norm for most employed. The Covid pandemic brought with it also great economic devastation effecting...
 
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