Emancipation Weeping Girls from Sexual Abuse

by OPTIMIST ORGANISATION

Summary

Release , resettlement of girls, victims of human trafficking sold for forced prostitution. Virgin Girls are underprivileged & deprived of human rights. We deliverance them in respectable community and will give the secure future with needy tools and skills with information.
$535.50
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2
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0
monthly donors
2
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Challenge

Yearly between 4000 & 6000 Nepali , Bangldeshi girls are trafficked into the red light districts in Delhi. Most of the girls are barely 11 or 12 years old. 40,000, to over 45, 000 Nepali , Bangladeshi women & girls are already in Delhi GB Road brothel, locked up for days, starved, beaten, burned with cigarettes and mass raped until they learn to service to 15-20 clients a day. Women take on the majority of responsibilities for those close to them, for children, the aged and the sick.

Solution

To release by decreasing the period of exploitation, torture and violence on children and girls being trafficked into sex trade. Proper incrimination and conviction of various actors involved in the trafficking and exploitation of the girl/women.

Long-Term Impact

The impact is that the unhappy, innocent, underprivileged children and young girls, who have become victims of human trafficking and forced to practice sex trade, are rescued from the atrocities of torture and reintegrated in respectable society. Optimist Organisation target is rescue 1000 girls in first year.

Organization Information

OPTIMIST ORGANISATION

Location: Delhi, Delhi/Najafgarh Vill - India
Project Leader:
Tarif Singh Dagar
Delhi, Delhi/Najafgarh Vill India

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