Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking

by Save The Children India
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Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking
Gift Freedom to 500 Victims of Sex Trafficking

Summary

Trafficking of persons is a global phenomenon that adversely affects millions of human lives. It not only undermines rule of law and human rights but also constitutes the most heinous crime against humanity especially women and children. The projects aims at working with law enforcement to rescue women and girls trapped in abuse and exploitation. Restore lives and dignity of those rescued and deliver justice to them by ensuring effective prosecution which will prevent trafficking of many others.

$15,000
total goal
$9,943
remaining
89
donors
1
monthly donor
2
years

Challenge

India is a country having about 18 million people living in modern day slavery is challenged with intra-state, interstate and Inter-country trafficking and mocked by constant change in trafficking tricks deployed by the traffickers. Even though the government, Law enforcement and Judiciary have shown clear commitment to combat crime of trafficking, there is a need of supporting their efforts by providing legal counselling support and restoration to survivor for life of dignity & self respect.

Solution

The project aims at strengthening protection measures that are available for survivors in the state in a way that they are well cared and protected, ensured access to justice by legal counselling and assistance, and speedy repatriation and reintegration, eventually reducing the incidence of trafficking to Maharashtra by accelerating the rate of conviction and stringent punishment of traffickers through systemic, scientific and coordinated criminal justice response.

Long-Term Impact

The sustained coordinated efforts will reach out directly 500 survivors rescued in the state of Maharashtra who originate from within the state, other states, as well from other countries. The organisation in partnership with stakeholder will ensure effective restoration and rehabilitation of survivors and efficient law enforcement response to crime of trafficking by bringing traffickers to justice.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​www.savethechildrenindia.org/​
Sahas Kendra: Center For Education and Livelihood
Towards Life With Dignity and Self Respet
Reducing Vulnerability of Young women

Organization Information

Save The Children India

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra - India
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @STCI_Mumbai
Project Leader:
jyoti nale
Mumbai, Maharashtra India
$5,057 raised of $15,000 goal
 
98 donations
$9,943 to go
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