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One day In Prerana: Crisis sees no Clock

Our team shares what a day in the life of a social worker at Prerana looks like. In this story,Megha Gupta writes about a crisis that occurred when a child in a Children’s Home could not be transferred to a new facility.

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Women’s Week 2020: The Right to Development

Every woman has the right to live with dignity and without discrimination. They have a right to be treated equally in society, regardless of their background or where they come from.
In our run-up to International Women’s Day, we bring to you stories of the women and girls we work with who are fighting for their rights despite the odds stacked against them. We share these stories as a reminder that there is still a long way to go but we are on our way.

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Women’s Week 2020: The Right to Dignity

Every woman has the right to live with dignity and without discrimination. They have a right to be treated equally in society, regardless of their background or where they come from.
In our run-up to International Women’s Day, we bring to you stories of the women and girls we work with who are fighting for their rights despite the odds stacked against them. We share these stories as a reminder that there is still a long way to go but we are on our way.

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Women’s Week 2020: The Right to Identity

Procuring identification documents has always been a challenge for the women and children living in the red-light areas. The women we work with are trafficked at a young age, sold into the sex trade and brothels. Most times these women move from one city to another and with each city/red-light area that they are moved to, their names change.

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Women’s Week 2020: The Right to Motherhood

Every woman has the right to live with dignity and without discrimination. They have a right to be treated equally in society, regardless of their background or where they come from.
In our run-up to International Women’s Day, we bring to you stories of the women and girls we work with who are fighting for their rights despite the odds stacked against them. We share these stories as a reminder that there is still a long way to go but we are on our way.

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