Lives are not for SALE : End Human Trafficking

By Rescue Foundation
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  • Over 90% of the victims of commercial sexual exploitation are females

Human Trafficking is the second-largest organized crime, and according to the National Crime Records Bureau, a total of 5264 cases of human trafficking were recorded in India in 2018. Each year thousands of men, women, and children fall prey to traffickers, within their own country and abroad for commercial sexual exploitation. Over 90% of the victims of commercial sexual exploitation are females.

Victims of commercial sexual exploitation endure extreme brutality, including rape, torture, starvation, and isolation. Studies show that the trauma experienced by victims of Human Trafficking is worse than war veterans. Women and children from economically disadvantaged classes are more vulnerable, sometimes pushed into prostitution by their family members. 

For over 24 years, Rescue Foundation has been rescuing women and girls from the clutches of the traffickers and providing a safe shelter to the survivors. But the process of rescuing in itself is marked with risks.

Solution

Interventions

  1. Investigation & Rescue: The foundation will rescue women and girls trapped in commercial sexual exploitation through a well-trained team of informers and investigators equipped to conduct rescue operations with Local Police and Anti-Human trafficking units
  2. Care and Protection: Post rescue, the survivors will be provided a safe space in four-government licensed shelter homes : Asha Kiran – Mumbai, Asha Deep – Delhi, Asha Sadan – Pune and Bal Asha – Boisar. Within the shelter homes, the survivors are provided with
  • Nutrition
  • Healthcare
  • Psychosocial Counseling
  • Education
  • Vocational Guidance
  • Life skills
  • Legal Aid

Impact

In the last 24 years, Rescue Foundation has provided care and protection to over 6000 survivors in their designated shelter homes. They have successfully reintegrated more than 5000 survivors back to society who are leading a dignified life working in banking, hospitality, development, and the corporate sector. 

Your contribution to this campaign will help the foundation secure lives of 30 survivors who have been forced into prostitution.

The cost for rescue and rehabilitation of 1 survivor is Rs 21,400 and the total cost for 30 survivors is Rs 6,42,000. 

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Description

No. of beneficiary

Per unit cost
(INR)

Amount (INR)

1

Partial cost of rescuing a girl child :
Undercover Investigation, Transport.

   30 Survivors

15600

468000

2

One Awareness Campaign in 4 cities of India : Mumbai, Pune, Delhi & Boisar

750

22500

3

Provide comprehensive care and protection to survivors of Human
Trafficking for 15 days :
Nutrition, healthcare, counselling, education, vocational training, life skills

4250

127500

4

Legal Aid: Support Legal expenses to prosecute the perpetrator

800

24000

Total

21400

642000

Cost for rescue and rehabilitation of 1 survivor

21400

Cost for rescue and rehabilitation of 30 survivors

642000

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Rescue Foundation

Rescue Foundation is a non-governmental organization working in the field of Anti Human Trafficking. They have been working to promote human rights of girls and women trapped in forced prostitution. Their efforts are dedicated to combatting sexual exploitation in all its forms. Till date, Rescue Foundation has been rescuing innocent lives from commercial exploitation, rehabilitating them and repat...read more

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