Millions of women are forced to work as prostitutes in India today. You read that right! Millions. And 1.2 Million of these are children who enter into this profession between 12-15. Bought, stolen, sold India's daughters live and work in fear everyday. More than 15% of them end up with HIV and 100% of them undergo inhuman atrocities, mental and physical abuse and brainwash. The situation is gruesome enough to make most people raise their hands in helplessness but not these brave individuals at the Rescue Foundation
The Rescue Foundation is a non-profit, government recognized and registered NGO working for rescue, rehabilitation and repatriation of victims for human trafficking from different parts of India, Nepal & Bangladesh and sold for forced prostitution. They risk their lives and donate their time to ensure that women's human rights are respected, protected, and fulfilled.
The Rescue Foundation is involved in multifarious activities for rescuing, rehabilitating, reintegrating and repatriating the unfortunate, underprivileged girls and children from hell to human society. From dealing with deadly pimps to convincing the victims and undoing the brainwashing these individuals do more than one could imagine but it doesn't end there.
They also try to reunite the girls with their families, obtain citizenship for the ones who can't go back to their country, provide them with medical treatment and fight their legal battles for them. They rehabilitate these women, train them and try to provide them with a normal life once again.
We Salute the courageous and compassionate individuals at the Rescue foundation and offer any help we can. If you'd like to know more about this organization, donate or volunteer, please find the details below.
Mumbai Home and Head office:
Address:-Plot No.39, Fatimadevi Road, Behind Our Lady of Remedy School,
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