1500 .rs per day for a patient. (room rent, doctor & nurse fee, Sanitizing, PP kit, medicines, Food)
we have 6 beds.
70000 .rs is required for 50 patients.
HELPING SEX WORKERS IN INDIA- Why We Need Your Help
Chandra Sekhar Kundu is a founder of the nonprofit FEED (Food Education and Economic Development), created to address the issue of malnourished children in India, cooking fresh food to feed hungry children and setting up after-school tuitions for them as well.
Unchained is raising money to help Chandra Sekhar Kundu in his latest project to establish SAFE HOME, a facility that provides oxygen cylinders, concentrator, food, and medical assistance for Chobka sex workers in the West Burdan district in India.
In this red light area, the only source of support for children are their mothers who work as sex workers. Out of the 3 red light areas in the district, Chobka is the poorest one. To support and protect these mom/sex workers from the #pandemic, the initiative here is to open a six-bed safe home. These mothers have been educated and made aware of the importance of quarantine procedures.
Unchained: The Key to End Human Slavery was co-founded by Aratrika Kar, Urjoshi Kar, Tanvi Patil, and Trisha Patil when we were in high school. Four years ago, a female high school student from Georgia was found by the police at the border of Mexico, drugged and on the verge of being sex trafficked. Upon further research, we were shocked to discover that Atlanta, Georgia, our own city was a national hotspot for human trafficking. Propelled by this alarming realization, we determined to reduce the negligence that had led to an increasingly unsafe community.
Unchained has been raising awareness about human trafficking for the past four years. Through our nonprofit, we have organized workshops with guest speakers from anti-trafficking organizations and even with trafficking survivors themselves. We have implemented multiple community-wide clothing drives in which we collected donations for safe houses, held marches, and utilized social media campaigns that furthered awareness efforts internationally, with individuals in India sporting our symbolic campaign bracelets. With affiliations with political figures like Harold D’Souza from the President’s Advisory Council, we have expanded Unchained’s impact across numerous schools and organizations, with donors in Florida, Colorado, and New York: we raised $1000 for safe houses and $4000 worth of donated items. During the global pandemic, we have drastically increased our social media awareness efforts, with virtual card-writing projects and interviews for trafficking victims.
In coming forward in sponsoring and supporting Chandra Sekhar Kundu’s SAFE HOME initiative, we can further our anti-trafficking efforts with the help of donors.
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