Fight trafficking and promote legal rights among tribal women in Ranchi District, India
Requested bySocial Awareness for Democratic Art and Research (SAFDAR)
Who are you trying to help? What issue are you trying to address?
Migration and trafficking is the common phenomena in the tribal villages of Jharkhand. The proposed district Ranchi which is mostly populated by tribals the migration and trafficking is found in almost all villages. People go to metro cities for livelihood but they are not getting fair treatment and are exploited by the middleman and contractors. This is a very serious problem faced by mostly tribal people in Jharkhand. Most of the women who migrate to big cities for livelihood they are exploited sexually, economically, psychologically and physically. There must be initiative to be taken by Govt. as well as civil society organization on the issue.
The Social Awareness for Democratic Art & Research is a women organization founded by tribal women of Jharkhand with the objective to work for the tribal women who are far from the main stream. The major thrust area of the organization is to work among the women specially the excluded communities on the issues of their rights and education and health. In Jharkhand migration and trafficking is a major problem in the tribal dominated area so it comes on priority of the organization. This project will contribute to achieve the vision and mission of the organization.
What is your project and how will it help?
We are trying to help the backward minorities and women, youth and children by improving the cultural resources through social coordination. In line with our mission, we intend to protect and expand the traditional art, literature and culture of the indigenous people. We aim in providing legal support to the migrated women and build social equality for a healthy atmosphere. We are also rehabilitating trafficked women and girls in the proposed area.
How can other people partner with you on your project?
By donations or by gifts in-kind.
Please detail the resources that you need.
Budget details with break up (tentative budget for 9 months) in Indian Rupees
1. Baseline data collection of 40 villages, = 20,000
2. Formation of Mahila Samity in 40 villages, = 20,000
3. Capacity building training on women’s right 2 days, = 16,000
4. Capacity building training on Legal provisions, = 16,000
5. Wall writing, 40 villages = 8,000
6. Street theater, 40 villages, = 20,000
7. Identification of trafficked women and rescue, = 20,000
8. Block level workshop (1 day), = 15,000
9. Training to women, = 16,000
10. 16 days activism in two blocks, = 20,000
11. District level workshop (1 day), = 5,000
12. Block Coordinator, = 290,000
13. Office expenses stationary, postage, phone, fax etc, = 9,000
14. Travel and fuel, = 9,000
15. Audit expenses, = 3,000
Total (Rs) 3,16,000 —> US $ 5,800
For details please see attached budget.
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Partnership typesProject funding; Provision of goods
Regions / countries / territoriesAsia: India
Global issuesCommunity development; Gender issues; Labour conditions
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