Almost 20,000 women and children were survivors of human trafficking in India in 2017, a rise of nearly 25% since the previous year (Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation) Child survivors comprise approximately 40% of these individuals. With a global focus on eradicating sexual exploitation and human trafficking, national governments, organizations, charities and individuals around the world are working to assist young female survivors in particular.
Global fitness expert and celebrity trainer Ramona Braganza established 3-2-1Empower, a USA based non-profit organization, with the goal of providing real world education and skills training in the health and wellness sector to young female survivors caught in the vicious cycle of India’s sexual exploitation and trafficking business.
Progress In India
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