Build Home for 30 Girls from Mumbai Red-Light Area

by Kranti
$71,131 Raised
total goal
monthly donors
Kranti partnered with IIT Chicago, where students designed a sustainable, compressed-earth brick home; this project will fund land/construction for Kranti's home and three income generation programs.


Current anti-trafficking and other NGOs for marginalized girls shuffle girls quickly from street/brothel to a shelter, where they are put through quick, unsustainable skill training programs and eventually sent back to family life - unskilled. Without the option to pursue education or become financially independent, 80% of girls end up back on the street or in the sex industry. Kranti turns marginalized girls into social change agents, and this transformation requires a safe, long-term home.


Kranti's house will be India's first long-term healing home for socially marginalized girls who do not wish to be repatriated/married but want to become financially independent social change agents within their communities -even if it takes 10 years.

Long-Term Impact

By having a permanent home which girls will leave only when they are able to sustain themselves and their families, the Revolutionaries will be able to pursue any career they choose - proving to India that women are not economic burdens, but ASSETS.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


Kranti's Website - learn about our vision/​work
Kranti's Facebook - see what we're up to!
Revolutionary Daughters - Al Jazeera Documentary

Organization Information


Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra - India
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Robin Chaurasiya
Mumbai, Maharashtra India

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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