70 districts of Assam, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh were covered.
● More than 1000 high schools, colleges, institutions and 2000 bazaar/hats were visited.
● Networks with various service providers and individual volunteers were established along a route used by traffickers for trafficking girls across the Indian borders of Myanmar, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh; a route which is responsible for more than 60% of human trafficking occurring in India.
● A helpline (01130010211) was launched in Assamese, Bangla, Hindi and English and shared with stakeholders to help them overcome challenges faced in trafficking cases.
Responding positively to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for launching a cleanliness drive or Swachhta Abhiyan across the nation, We along with DLSA has spent the last fortnight carrying out special cleanliness drive in 30 Villages of the District. The Event was launched in Madhi Village of Nagina.
In time of School admission which is scheduled to started from 1st of April, we with aim to achieve hundred percent enrolment of children into school and encourage drop-outs as well as enrolled and out of school children to be in school We collaborate with SMCs School administration and DLSA lunched a “SCHOOL CHALO” campaign in 15 Villages of Mewat.
By: Ashraful Hussain
After Kuthori near Kaziranga, Mayong in Morigaon, Baghartapu in Nagaon and Hajo in Kamrup district, more than 300 houses of erosion affected families Fuhuratoli in Darrang district of Assam were demolished by district administration and a Right wing organization on 21st December. Significantly the eviction notice served only 12 hours earlier.
A Paro Conclave was held in DRDA conferences hall of NUH Mewat with aim to promote dialogue for the trafficked brides living in the region and can’t be rescued for social compulsion as well as humanitarian prospective and can’t be repatriated anywhere as they already forget about their native places.
10 survivor leaders inducted in District Legal aid service authority Mewat as Paralegal Volunteers. Their work as community leaders and social service with EMPOWER PEOPLE get recognized by DLSA and the district administration.
20 more girls are getting training of Para medical and counseling at empower people. We hope soon they will join local hospitals and care institutions.