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Last modified: February 1, 2013, 9:46 AM
Prajwala emerged in 1996 as a response to the needs of women and child victims of forced prostitution, with the conviction that sex trafficking is the worst form of human rights violation. Over the years, Prajwala's strategy to combat sexual slavery and break the walls of learnt helplessness has evolved into a myriad of holistic approaches, including community based prevention, rescue and restoration, rehabilitation, reintegration, and advocacy interventions. The vision of Prajwala is to create a trafficking-free society where no woman or child is sexually exploited and no human being is treated as a commodity.
Youth , Mental health , Child Protection , Multi-service agency , Anti-Trafficking , Human rights and civil liberties , Health and medicine , Legal assistance , Human services , Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling , Anti-Sexual Violence , Victim support , psychotherapy , Education , Children & Adolescents , Women