Empower and Protect Indian Women Domestic Workers

by National Domestic Workers' Welfare Trust


The project will educate women domestic workers and organize them to defend their rights and prevent exploitation. The project will empower women and create awareness of their issues in the public.
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Two million Indian women domestic workers are affected by this project. We work to raise awareness of the issues they face and to mobilize them so that they know their rights. We work to create ID cards for them so that there is a documentation system for domestic workers. The project aims to help rural and urban-based domestic workers so that they are not exploited.


Drives are conducted to help domestic workers acquire membership and ID cards so that they are registered. Health Camps are organized to provide regular check-ups for domestic workers and provide them with proper health care, advice and medication.

Long-Term Impact

2 million - This project will help Women domestic workers from major attrocities and exploitation & will enable them to get just wages, weekly off and Rights they deserve.(

Additional Documentation

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

Organization Information

National Domestic Workers' Welfare Trust

Location: Mumbai - India
Website: http:/​/​ndwm.org/​
National Domestic Workers' Welfare Trust
Project Leader:
Jacinta Pinto
Regional Co-ordinator
Mumbai, Maharashtra India

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