Our Program

A.Human Rights Program

1.Capacity Building Project for the Commercial Sex Workers and their children for social rehabilitation and human rights (Shelter home based livelihood support, non-formal and formal education, HIV prevention & health care, skill building, advocacy, outreach work, legal aid, and Drop-in Center facility)

2.Life skill training and non-formal education for the children in hazardous work, income generation for their parents

3.Reducing trafficking, sexual abuses and domestic violence (Rescue, sustainable rehabilitation and reintegration of women and children victims, awareness raising, advocacy, shelter home bases livelihood support, skill building, outreach work, training for stakeholders and legal aid ).

4.Empowering the victims of child sexual abuse and domestic violence for quality and prompt legal assistance through mock trials.

5.Rights based community network development for reducing sexual violence against the slum women, adolescent girls and children (Training, Workshop, Dialogue for Capacity Building for police, prosecutors, local elected bodies and elites, media people and NGO Leaders etc.).

6.Advocacy to mainstream gender in the community and at policy level (Dialogue, talk show, rally and Creative activities)

7.Capacity building of journalists and mass media campaign to reduce violence against domestic workers

Victim Support Services
• Advocacy and technical support for filing case at police stations and courts
• Free advocate for legal aid
• Conveyance to go to court and lunch
• Treatment for the victims

B.HIV/AIDS and Health and Nutrition Program
1.HIV/AIDS Prevention Project (HAPP for two packages) for the internal migrants, clients of sex workers, border people street based sex workers, young people, law enforcers, transport workers, ward commissioners, informal local leaders, local govt. bodies, community based migrant organizations’ staff, rickshaw pullers, industrial workers, port laborers, students of universities, colleges and schools; advocacy & support for the HIV positive women & children,.

2. Primary Health Care and Nutrition Clinic
3. Raising awareness for drug abuse prevention and referral service for the drug users for harm and toxic reduction
4. Malaria prevention and control program

Secretary of Ministry of Women and Children Affairs speaking at the Regional Program for People Living with HIV/AIDS, Commonwealth Asia Director is present; Positive Women’s Network Representatives from India and Malaysia also spoke at the event

C.Leadership development training for young people and women
D.Income generation activities (IGA) for empowerment of women
and adolescent girls (savings and credit schemes, skill training & job linkage)
E.Adolescent Family Life Education (AFLE) Program (Training for NGO staff, FGD for community and School girls and boys)
F.Post Literacy and Continuing Education for Human Development (PLCEHD)