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Guria, a non-profit organisation, has been fighting the sexual exploitation of  women & girls specially forced prostitution &  trafficking which has  further become severe and complex due to sex tourism and spread of HIV/AIDS. While responding to their immediate suffering we are focusing on the root causes of prostitution  poverty and inequality. We strongly believe that it is not charity that  is wanting in the world-it is justice to make a humane world where all beings co-exist in harmony.

Guria, had made a beginning with the adoption of three children of a woman in prostitution (WIP) by Ajeet in 1991. At present we are working for creation and restoration of the rights of women in prostitution (WIP) and their children at Varanasi & Mau Red Light Area in U.P. and Bedia tribe, involved in traditional family-based prostitution at Raisen, M.P. Parallely we are also focusing on the prevention of human trafficking in the source districts of eastern U.P , India and Indo-Nepal border.

Few Facts

Globally, human trafficking is the second largest – and fastest growing – criminal industry in the world. (Polaris Project)
800,000 people, primarily women, are trafficked internationally every year. (The 2007 U.S. Trafficking in Persons Report)
Over 600,000 women worldwide are victims of forced commercial sexual exploitation. (UN Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking)
The global profits from trafficked sex slaves were $35.7 billion USD in 2007. (Sex trafficking: inside the business of modern slavery, Kara 2009)
In 2006, there were only 5,808 prosecutions and 3,160 convictions throughout the world. This means that for every 800 people trafficked, only 1 person was convicted. (UN Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking)
In Asia and Pacific, the prevalence of trafficking victims is 3 per 1,000 inhabitants. (The 2010 U.S. Trafficking in Persons Report)
There are estimated 3 million women in prostitution in India, of whom an estimated 40%, or 1.2 million, are children. (CNN Article, May 2009)
44% of women in prostitution fall prey to traffickers because of poverty. (Situation Report India, 1998)
40% of women in prostitution are inducted when they were less than 18 years of age. (Situation Report India, 1998)

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