Jan 14, 2021

Sex trafficking survivors safely sent back home

The Corona virus lockdown has severely hampered our work on the ground. Several members of the staff of our partner Prajwala in Hyderabad have contracted the virus due to their direct involvement in the refugee relief efforts. In spite of these difficulties several sex trafficking victims were rescued and safely sent back to their homes in Bangla Desh. The government officials in Bangla Desh have been most helpful in minimizing bureaucratic delays and received the girls on their side of the border.

our Mumbai based partner Resucue Foundation successfully conducted raids and rescued seven girls in Pune and eleven girls in Mumbai. The team members had the full cooperation of local police in conducting these raids.

Sep 16, 2020

I pact of Covid-19

Our work through our NGO partners has been severely hampered by Covid19.

serious staffing shortages as several have been admitted to hospitals.

limited amount of counseling and class room instruction continue.

our hope is that staffing will return to normal within the next three months.

Rescue Foundation, our partner in Mumbai conducted a workshop on the connection between pornography and trafficking of girls. The victims have launched a strong campaign to shut down Porn Hub Rescue Foundation continues to receive from the local chapter of the Rotary Club. Staff members attended an online training program called Integrated Care Plan (iCP) conducted by Priti Patkar, cofounder of Prerana,

With support from the I ternational Justice Mission (IJM)

May 14, 2020

Impact of Covid-19 and the new challenge

Boxes of groceries awaiting pick up
Boxes of groceries awaiting pick up

The total lockdown in India beginning In March created unprecedented problems. in the city of Hyderabad ASSET partner Prajwala faced the monumental task of feeding  nearly 3,000 hungry families. These consisted of daily wage earners and refugees whose children were vulnerable and had to be protected from traffickers.

We raised sufficient funds and made arrangements for providing groceries for each family to last a month. To observe social distancing, each family was provided a voucher that a family member exchanged for a box of groceries at a pre-selected store.

Teams of survivors of sex trafficking sewed thousands of face masks for first responders and Healthcare workers.

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