Hairdressing workshop in Nuwakot

The rural areas of Nepal are the top spots for trafficking networks to target girls and women who will later be transferred to red neighborhoods such as that of  Kamathipura to be sexually [...]

Fiction to raise awareness

A few days ago we told you the  story of Begum, a woman from the Satkhira district of Bangladesh, a survivor of human trafficking whom we are supporting through Agrogoti Sangstha, the [...]

How to have a safe digital life

On October 11, the International Day of the Girl Child was celebrated, a date proclaimed by the UN in 2012 with the aim of supporting all the girls and adolescents in the world for defending [...]

Workshops to sow confidence

One of the main activities of the organization we work with in Kolkata, Goranbose Gram Bikash Kendra (GGBK), in the fight against human trafficking is, prevention and through the Suraksha project [...]

Preventive measures in schools

Preventive measures in schools: session by Dr. Naushin As we have already wrote these last days, on October 4, the schools began the process of reopening in person in the state of Maharashtra. At [...]

Smiling schools are back!

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us over the past year and a half to reorient our work. We have already told you how, in Mumbai we had to face the emergency, focusing firstly on distributing food [...]

The most awaited return to school!

At last, the most awaited return to school has arrived in Maharashtra, the city of Mumbai. Since the first lockdown in India, at the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, schools remained closed. [...]

Nani: the power of motivation

I am Nani and my story could be that of any of my companions. I was born in January 2000, in a rural area of Nepal, Nuwakot. My parents already had an older son and daughter and another brother [...]

Training session on human trafficking

September 23 is the International Day Against Human Trafficking, a day to vindicate the rights of the victims and survivors of this form of slavery that sadly continues still in the 21st century. [...]

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