Help RESCUE a CHILD,a DAUGHTER,a SISTER, TRAFFICKED into PROSTITUTION | Milaap

Help RESCUE a CHILD,a DAUGHTER,a SISTER, TRAFFICKED into PROSTITUTION

Summary
Rescue, rehabilitation of girls, victims of human trafficking sold for forced prostitution. Girls are underprivileged & deprived of human rights. We rescue & reintegrate them in respectable society.
Challenge
Annually between 5000 & 7000 Nepali girls are trafficked into the red light districts in Indian Cities. Many of the girls are barely 9 or10 years old. 200000, to over 250000 Nepali women & girls are already in Indian brothels, locked up for days, starved, beaten, burned with cigarettes and mass raped until they learn to service up to 25 clients a day. Women take on the majority of responsibilities for those close to them, for children, the aged and the sick.
Solution
To rescue by decreasing the period of exploitation, torture and violence on children and girls being trafficked into sex trade. Proper prosecution and conviction of various actors involved in the trafficking and exploitation of the child/ girl.
Long-Term Impact
The impact is that the unfortunate, 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.
Annual Report 2017
Annual Report 2017
Annual Report 2018
Annual Report 2018
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12th April 2019
  • Going back to your family loved ones or to the place where people know you by name is always a joy to all of us.  Our Girls too wait for the day they can go back home.  On thought constantly on their mind is to be back Home to where they belong. We at Rescue Foundation work tirelessly towards Repatriation and handing over girls to their parents.  In the month of February 2019, 44 of our girls were transferred, repatriated or handed over to their families.

  • An important part of the work we do is conducting awareness programs, where we highlight the reality of trafficking, share stories of survivors and most importantly, to be aware of how traffickers work. 2 Community Awareness Sessions were conducted one for 70 Adolescent School Girls and another for 150 Community Members by our Pune Team in the city of Pune.  The sessions were conducted to sensitize youth and community members on the topic of Human Trafficking and how to be agents of change to prevent it.
 
  • The summer has started across the country and as the heat rises our girls get a chance to cool themselves at least for a day on Summer Outings.   41 Boisar and 45 Kandivali Home girls along with staff enjoyed themselves at water themed parks.  Our girls always look forward to these outings and the feedback on return is so evident by their smiles and excitement which precedes and follows.

  • International Women's Day 2019 was observed across all our Homes.  Even if it’s an hour’s preparation it always surprises us how the girls convey their past struggles and future hopes and aspirations in the skits, dances and songs that they put together.  It's our privilege to be front row audience during these skits.  All our 3 Homes put up brilliant real life performances showcasing their talents.  We believe that being able to express themselves without fear in this way is empowerment of our girls.  
  • Going back to your family loved ones or to the place where people know you by name is always a joy to all of us.  Our Girls too wait for the day they can go back home.  On thought constantly on their mind is to be back Home to where they belong. We at Rescue Foundation work tirelessly towards Repatriation and handing over girls to their parents.  In the month of February 2019, 44 of our girls were transferred, repatriated or handed over to their families.

  • An important part of the work we do is conducting awareness programs, where we highlight the reality of trafficking, share stories of survivors and most importantly, to be aware of how traffickers work. 2 Community Awareness Sessions were conducted one for 70 Adolescent School Girls and another for 150 Community Members by our Pune Team in the city of Pune.  The sessions were conducted to sensitize youth and community members on the topic of Human Trafficking and how to be agents of change to prevent it.
 
  • The summer has started across the country and as the heat rises our girls get a chance to cool themselves at least for a day on Summer Outings.   41 Boisar and 45 Kandivali Home girls along with staff enjoyed themselves at water themed parks.  Our girls always look forward to these outings and the feedback on return is so evident by their smiles and excitement which precedes and follows.

  • International Women's Day 2019 was observed across all our Homes.  Even if it’s an hour’s preparation it always surprises us how the girls convey their past struggles and future hopes and aspirations in the skits, dances and songs that they put together.  It's our privilege to be front row audience during these skits.  All our 3 Homes put up brilliant real life performances showcasing their talents.  We believe that being able to express themselves without fear in this way is empowerment of our girls.  
31st January 2019
Dear Supporters & well wishers,

Greetings! On behalf of Rescue Foundation, I wish all of you a prosperous and Happy New year in 2019.

I look forward to continuing our journey together as we tackle this evil and organised crime across South Asia. In 2018 the courageous team at Rescue Foundation undertook over 170 investigations into human trafficking criminal networks.

This led to over 24 operations executed with the Indian police authorities that helped recover 103 human trafficking survivors. In addition to this our Rescue Foundation care and protection team helped over 344 children and women who were directly admitted at our various licensed care homes across India. We also helped the local authorities to process the repatriation and further reintegration of over 378 women and children.

A unique aspect of our work has been the partnerships we have developed with the embassies of various countries such as Nepal, Bangladesh, Thailand, Russia, Uzbekistan, Uganda and Laos as India now has girls and women trafficked from all these countries and Rescue Foundation had over 67 survivors admitted by the police from all of these countries.

Thank you!
Dear Supporters & well wishers,

Greetings! On behalf of Rescue Foundation, I wish all of you a prosperous and Happy New year in 2019.

I look forward to continuing our journey together as we tackle this evil and organised crime across South Asia. In 2018 the courageous team at Rescue Foundation undertook over 170 investigations into human trafficking criminal networks.

This led to over 24 operations executed with the Indian police authorities that helped recover 103 human trafficking survivors. In addition to this our Rescue Foundation care and protection team helped over 344 children and women who were directly admitted at our various licensed care homes across India. We also helped the local authorities to process the repatriation and further reintegration of over 378 women and children.

A unique aspect of our work has been the partnerships we have developed with the embassies of various countries such as Nepal, Bangladesh, Thailand, Russia, Uzbekistan, Uganda and Laos as India now has girls and women trafficked from all these countries and Rescue Foundation had over 67 survivors admitted by the police from all of these countries.

Thank you!
15th January 2019
Dear Supporters,

Here's an update:

Vocational Training& Jobs

regular vocational training conducted in the
home this month. Is it conducted by RF or others, No.
of Girls attending, details of progress of what is being
taught.

 Bag Making – 10 survivors
 Beautician course – 5 survivors - It is conducted
by RF
 Jewellery making and drawing class – 5
survivors

All the vocational courses are useful as per the
interest of the girls the variation in courses is
giving good results. Bag making and jewelry
making both are skill based and income
generating activity.


 Total 9 girls are going to Chaiim Foundation –
it’s a production unit where girls are learning
different designs of Kurti’s and various types’
cloth bags and earrings too.
 Total 9 girls are continuing the Hospitality
training from JW Marriott hotel, Sahar.



Dear Supporters,

Here's an update:

Vocational Training& Jobs

regular vocational training conducted in the
home this month. Is it conducted by RF or others, No.
of Girls attending, details of progress of what is being
taught.

 Bag Making – 10 survivors
 Beautician course – 5 survivors - It is conducted
by RF
 Jewellery making and drawing class – 5
survivors

All the vocational courses are useful as per the
interest of the girls the variation in courses is
giving good results. Bag making and jewelry
making both are skill based and income
generating activity.


 Total 9 girls are going to Chaiim Foundation –
it’s a production unit where girls are learning
different designs of Kurti’s and various types’
cloth bags and earrings too.
 Total 9 girls are continuing the Hospitality
training from JW Marriott hotel, Sahar.



Rs.180,338 raised

Goal: Rs.700,000

Beneficiary: Rescue Foundation info_outline
80G tax benefits for INR donations

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Gopinath donated Rs.500

God bless you

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May God bestow you enough strength to overcome the pains of your past & stride firmly to a better future ahead.

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