Prevention of sex trafficking/unsafe migration

The critical mass for change and deterrence of attacks on activists would depend on the mobilization of civil society, ownership and people’s participation at all levels within the source, transit, and destination points of sex trafficking. Keeping this in mind,Guria India undertakes foot marches, cycle marches, village meetings, street plays/folk songs and much more for awareness on the issue among the at-risk women/children in vulnerable villages and the red-light areas. Primarily, the focus is on building vigilance groups comprised of village women against sex trafficking. This has led to 100000 membered women vigilance committee; ensuring access to government entitlements; youth groups; compassionate services amidst COVID-19 pandemic (ration distribution, cremation of dead bodies, medicine distribution, vaccination) and much more.