Working with poor and marginalised women at risk from sex trafficking, child labour, gender violence, bonded labour, child marriage and other forms of exploitation.
A programme designed by our Indian colleagues in consultation with marginalised and exploited women to tackle ignorance and superstition.
Tackling poverty - a root cause of human trafficking and other forms of exploitation - by providing a livelihood and restoring dignity.
Community health workers providing basic health, hygiene and nutrition education, along with screening and patient support.
Providing food and shelter, counselling and healthcare, and access to quality education, all in a caring environment.
Bringing freedom, hope and dignity through prevention and awareness, economic empowerment, primary healthcare and refuge shelters.