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As of today, the Girl Child and the Senior Citizens are the easy victims of our community.

Girls you can't replace, their future don't erase.  Girls are the spirit of our nation, save them and stop their exploitation.

Millions of our country's senior citizens are being abused in their own home, they are emotionally abused, taken advantage of financially or they experience neglect.

When you're throwing your weight around, be ready to have it thrown around by somebody else.

Emotional distress as the result of crime is a recurring theme for all victims of crime. The most common problem, affecting victims, are psychological problems, including: fear, anxiety, nervousness, self-blame, anger, shame, and difficulty sleeping. These problems often result in the development of chronic post-traumatic stress disorder

violence against children can be "physical and mental abuse and injury, neglect or negligent treatment, exploitation and sexual abuse. Violence may take place in homes, schools, orphanages, residential care facilities, on the streets, in the workplace, in prisons and in places of detention." Such violence can affect the normal development of a child impairing their mental, physical and social being. In extreme cases abuse of a child can result in death

Domestic violence in India is endemic and widespread predominantly against women. Around 70% of women in India are victims of domestic violence, National Crime Records Bureau reveal that a crime against a woman is committed every three minutes, a woman is raped every 29 minutes, a dowry death occurs every 77 minutes and one case of cruelty committed by either the husband or relative of the victim occurs every nine minutes. This all occurs despite the fact that women in India are legally protected from domestic abuse under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005.

Cultural and household stress factors contribute to the prevalence of domestic violence.  Women suffer many types of physical and emotional abuse.

Human trafficking has been defined as the commercial trade of human beings, who are subjected to involuntary acts such as begging, prostitution or forced labour

India is a source, destination, and transit country for men, women, and children trafficked for the purposes of forced labour and commercial sexual exploitation.

What is distressing is that out of the total number of persons affected by human trafficking, as many as 80 per cent are women and 50 per cent are children.

The causes are obvious. Despite 6 decades of independence, the benefits of economic development have not trickled down to the marginalised sections of the society and millions of people still live below the poverty line. The poverty and hunger makes children and women belonging to the poor sections of the society highly vulnerable to human trafficking.

(NGOs) who sometimes prove to be more effective than government agencies in exposing human trafficking networks.

Increased co-ordination between government departments like police, public welfare, health, women and child is required to ensure an effective response. Government and NGOs should work together to ensure post-rescue rehabilitation of the victims in terms of providing them healthcare, education and other employment opportunities.

HAVOC intends extending its helping hand by providing services to the survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and other such victims and also create public awareness whereby with your support, we to gather can bring about changes in the public policy.
It is said that extending a helping hand is far better than joining hands for praying.
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault are crimes that affect everyone in our community... you can be part of the solution!

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