Poverty, drug and alcohol addiction, gambling and violence are an everyday reality.These women live on the edge of society, frowned upon and ignored.If you have any idea or information for improving the quality and features of this site, please let us know.There are riots happening in Mumbai and people everywhere are scared about the situation.Without the option to pursue education or become financially independent, 80% of girls end up back on the street or in the sex industry.Kranti turns marginalized girls into social change agents, and this transformation requires a safe, long-term home.Please like, share and forward this on Social Media if you care for the safety of your friends, family and relatives. Do not believe in rumours: The first and must-to-follow rule when it comes to riots is to not believe in rumours. Verify facts with police officers and men before posting anything on social media.
It is our pleasure to introduce you to the new features of Indian Dost where you can create your own personal page and page for your Group, company, service, etc., and customize it as per your style and taste.In November 2007 I began my photo-essay on a group of sex workers based in south Mumbai, who work with SAI – a small NGO – on the Didi (Sister) Project.The women take what they learn about HIV, STIs and human rights back to their communities, and teach others about the importance of condoms and HIV testing.In south Mumbai’s red light districts there are an estimated 100,000 brothel-based sex workers. A high proportion of the women and girls have been sold into sex work, often by a relative or a trusted family friend; others are born into it.Life within the red light districts is incredibly difficult.