Rescue Foundation, India
Aishwarya Sharma on November 19, 2018 in Food & Shelter
Trafficking in women and children, an obscene affront to their dignity and rights, is a gross commercialization of innocent lives. The trafficked girls undergo such inhuman atrocities, physical and mental torture and brainwash in the brothels that we cannot even think that one human being can inflict such disastrous pain to another human being for money.
Unfortunately, the spread of HIV and AID has not discouraged the sex industry's growth - instead, it has led traffickers to seek even younger girls, who are more likely to be disease - free. Many of these girls will never escape. Some will die of AIDS and other communicable diseases, some will resort to suicide.
Trafficked girls are traumatized by their experiences. Depression and suicidal thoughts are commonly reported. The mental and emotional state of the survivors may include helplessness, withdrawal, disassociation, self-blame etc. Besides being stigmatized as outcasts and facing moral and legal isolation, trafficked people are vulnerable to HIV/AIDS infection; drug addiction, high risk abortions and teenage pregnancies. A nation cannot be a silent witness to the forces tearing its social fabric. Those who are at risk need to be protected and those who have suffered the horrors need support to reshape their lives. Each girl child deserves a better tomorrow.
Trafficking violates all known canons of human rights and dignity. In this world of tragic and complex human abuse, girls and women form a particularly vulnerable class. In the existing social scenario in India, vulnerability is a product of inequality, low status and discrimination as well as the patriarchal and captivating authority unleashed on girls and women, especially the girl child.
Against the backdrop of an emerging India as a player in global markets, a reported 100 million people have been involved in human trafficking. Girls as young as 10 years old, frequently from the poorest backgrounds, are being kidnapped and sold off to brothels, sometimes by their own families.
In order to ensure that women's human rights are respected, protected, and fulfilled Rescue Foundation, a non-profit, government recognized and registered NGO works for rescue, rehabilitation and repatriation of victims for human trafficking from different parts of India, Nepal & Bangladesh and sold for forced prostitution.
Over a period of last eight years, they have achieved the organizational capabilities and experience to fulfill their duties to this most neglected segment of our society.
Rescue Foundation is involved in multifarious activities for rescuing, rehabilitating, reintegrating and repatriating the unfortunate, underprivileged girls and children from hell to human society. Their activities are: Investigation & verification, Rescue, Care and Protection, Health Care, Vocational Training, Legal Aid, Psycho-social Counselling, Nutrition, Repatriation.
The IMPACT ON BENEFICIERIES is as follows:
We salute to the whole team of RESCUE FOUNDATION for providing a new and safe life to a number of females and introducing them to happy, caring and loving environment.
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