| Dec 28, 2023
Report for Period Oct 2023 to Dec 2024
Release Sobbig Daughters from Sexual Abuse is a Project of Resuce Foundation, it supports the cause of Rescued Women and Children who have been victims of Human Trafficking, Child Sexual Abuse and Commercial Sexual Explolitation in the State of Maharashtra in India
Rescue Foundation has been rescuing women and children in India for past 25 years. It has gained a reputation with the Govt of India as a partner in Rescue, Rehabilitation and Restoring of Women Children who have been sold, trapped in the web of Trafficking Humans for Commercial Sex. It has set up 4 Protection Homes across the country which are licensed by the Govt. of India as part of its strategy to prevent Human Trafficking and Sexual Abuse and Violence among Women and Children
Rescue Foundation has a team of over 80 plus trained and dedicated staff who worik tirelessly to achieve the goals, vision and objective of the Organization
Besides the Govt Rescue Foundation partners with various organizations, civil society, individuals locally, nationally and at International levels
Its Founder Mrs. Triveni Acharya has been instrumental in setting the tone of the organiziation, she maintains a homely, warm environment at all the 4 Homes, is personally invested in each life which is saved and restored.
Women and Children post rescued are rehabilitated for a a period till permissions are sought from the Women & Child Department to hand them over to their families. Some of those who are not able to go back home for whatever reasons are supported with training, linking with job opportunities or further studies.
The Organization has also initiated After Care Homes in some of their Homes which enables some of the survivors to stay on for a longer period to explore possiblities for a better future.
One of the recent intitiative has been to empower our Major Released Women and Girls to be Mentors/Trainers/Intructors to the others. This has been very effective in gaining trust of our new Women and Children who enter the Homes.
The following report outlines the activities and impact of the Project :
Average No of Persons Rehabilitated Monthly
No of Hospital Visits 30
Women & Girls treated for Mental Illness 2
Women / Girls Pregnant 2
Girls in Formal School / Girls Preparing for their 10th Grade 5
Girls Attending College 6
Girls Attending Coaching Classes at the Home 25
Women /Girls in Informal Literacy 25
Basic Computer 12
Art & Craft 15
Zumba / Dance / Yoga 70
Trainers / Instructors /Mentors 8
Live Births 2
Celelbration of Festivals
The Home celebrated Diwali, Dassera, Christmas during this period with the same enthusiam. There were festive decorations,lights, fireworks, good food, dancing music al around. It's no wonder the girls cry when they leave the Home post release.
We are grateful for the continuous support we receive from our donors. This has enabled us to resuce, rehabilitate and restore so many of our Survivors
Some of Survivors have gone back to their families, few of them have been have started working, some even have got married with the support from Rescue Foundation. We have been following them us regularly. Its such a joy to see our family grow with spouses, children visiting the Home and calling us family.