ARISE INDIA

The climate is taking people's homes and livelihoods.

Help us protect them from traffickers.

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Human trafficking in India

  Survivor stories  

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Prevention ensures that this type of trauma is not inflicted in the first place.

Our work reaches people like Myrah and Aadya.

 

Our impact

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Arise launched in India in 2016.

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We support locally-led interventions that protect  communities from traffickers.

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Today, our anti-slavery network in India includes >40 frontline groups in 19 regions.

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Last year, our work reached over 20,000

vulnerable people in India.

"Trafficking reduced dramatically in 112 villages of Damruhat"

Women attend a self-help group session sponsored by Arise, with the ultimate end of protection again
Women attend a self-help group session sponsored by Arise, with the ultimate end of protection again

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The Women in Agriculture Initiative has prompted a surge of sustainable jobs.
The Women in Agriculture Initiative has prompted a surge of sustainable jobs.

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Lentil farmers stand in front of their produce. The agricultural industry has offered them local, sa

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Women attend a self-help group session sponsored by Arise, with the ultimate end of protection again
Women attend a self-help group session sponsored by Arise, with the ultimate end of protection again

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SPOTLIGHT ON

 Meet some of the key people behind this impact 

 

Campaign details

All donations to this campaign will be allocated to activities that contribute to the prevention of modern slavery and human trafficking in India, increasingly exacerbated by climate change, by;

Learn more about our approach here or email movement@arisefdn.org for more information.

 Click to read more   about how the   climate is linked to   trafficking