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Breaking The Barriers Of Exploitation

Baandh Bhenge Dao: Breaking the Barriers of Exploitation

This is the second production from Mahima India that focuses on the impact of exploitation of women and girls and their fight to redeem dignity and justice.

The story revolves around the life of Bonya and her mother. It is based on their struggle for survival in a society that keeps placing one obstacle after another before them and how they both are able to break that cycle of exploitation.

Funds raised through the program would go toward holistic development of survivors of sex trafficking - their rehabilitation, psychological, medical and legal assistance, vocational skill training, mainstreaming and reintegration into society.

For more information about Mahima India, visit our website:
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30th October 2019
The money raised through this crowdfunding is going to be used for the holistic care and rehabilitation of the girls who are survivors of sexual violence and have put together this dance theater.
The money raised through this crowdfunding is going to be used for the holistic care and rehabilitation of the girls who are survivors of sexual violence and have put together this dance theater.
3rd October 2019
STAND UP | SPEAK OUT

In our society, physical and sexual abuse of women and children is a harsh reality. Born and raised in poverty, Farah, a 14-year-old survivor from Bangladesh had travelled to India with a lady from her village, who in the pretext of a well-paid job sold Farah to agents in Sonagachi. After her rescue by the Kolkata Police in 2017, Farah joined Mahima Homes. Currently undergoing therapy and attending vocational skills to develop herself, Farah feels secured at Mahima and looks forward to return home and re-join school.

This November, in observance of International Children’s Day and International Day for the Eradication of Violence against Women, we invite you to join the Mahima India movement of stopping sexual violence against women and children like Farah by spreading the word and through your generous giving towards holistic development of these survivors to help restore their lost dignity.

STAND UP | SPEAK OUT

In our society, physical and sexual abuse of women and children is a harsh reality. Born and raised in poverty, Farah, a 14-year-old survivor from Bangladesh had travelled to India with a lady from her village, who in the pretext of a well-paid job sold Farah to agents in Sonagachi. After her rescue by the Kolkata Police in 2017, Farah joined Mahima Homes. Currently undergoing therapy and attending vocational skills to develop herself, Farah feels secured at Mahima and looks forward to return home and re-join school.

This November, in observance of International Children’s Day and International Day for the Eradication of Violence against Women, we invite you to join the Mahima India movement of stopping sexual violence against women and children like Farah by spreading the word and through your generous giving towards holistic development of these survivors to help restore their lost dignity.

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Rs.82,602 raised

Goal: Rs.350,000

2 Days to go

Beneficiary: Mahima India info_outline
Only INR donations accepted
80G tax benefits for INR donations

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Debjani donated Rs.1,000
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Anonymous donated Rs.2,500
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Binati donated Rs.500

Love and best wishes for the girls

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Mrinalini donated Rs.1,000
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Amit donated Rs.500
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Anonymous donated Rs.2,000