Provide sex-workers with resources and skills to exit prostitution;
Empower their daughters and toddlers by providing resources towards health, education,
employment and social mobility, to prevent the intergeneration cycle of prostitution
Pangea3 Legal Database Systems; Travelex India; Raymond Group, Red FM, India; Hexaware Technologies; State Street; Thomson Reuters; Change A Path
Ashika Mehta; Amruda Nair; Maneck Davar
Certificate of Merit by World CSR Congress - 2017;
Finalist at Dasra Girl Power Awards - 2015
Average: Rs2 cr
Highest: Rs10 cr
Lowest: Rs1 lac
How much to donate
Rs1,500 for Medical checkup of 5 girls for 1 year.
Crisis: Globally, 70% victims of trafficking are women/girls. India is home to over 3 million of the estimated 14 million sex workers worldwide. Most victims enter the trade due to stark economic conditions, no financial means or abusive marriages. AAWC is an anti-trafficking organization.
Programs: 1) Umeed (women >18 years old): Overall empowerment of sex-workers through health camps and referrals, nutritional support, adult and financial literacy, skill development, shelter home placement, access to Govt. schemes, etc. 2) Udaan (for their daughters aged 5-18 years): Empower them to pursue education through admission to schools, mentor-mentee programs, after-school tuitions, nutritious meals, therapy, counseling and shelter home services/rehabilitation. 3) Umang (for their toddlers aged 2.5-5 years): Develop physical, cognitive, emotional and social skills through kindergarten classes, e-learning, providing nutritious meals, boarding home placement and medical referrals.
Outcome: So far, AAWC has successfully worked with over 3,200 women and children. None of the Udaan girls have entered prostitution and in fact, become independent and successful. Some have even helped their mothers quit prostitution and supported their siblings' education expenses.
Income Rs2 cr
Expense Rs2 cr
Source : Audit Report 2018
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