Together We Can Make it Possible.. !!

 Jabala’s Vocational Training course taught me the art of Sari printing. Then I became a trainer myself and earned my livelihood. My family started to make me a part of the decision making process. Today I am happily married.

But my life was always not so smooth. My mother’s sister had sold me to a red light area in Kolkata. Then I had no knowledge of what was really happening around me. I could only feel scared and wail at the age of 10. My aunt had always appeared to me to be so loving and caring. She had promised me great schooling. I used to be on cloud nine then. I had held her hand tight, bade bye to my parents and left my little hut in the village. Then there I was amidst salivating men and loudly dressed women hoping my aunt would soon come back.  She never did. After a week of unspeakable incidents, police finally rescued me with information from locals.

The local court sent me to a home run by an NGO. My aunt was arrested. It was discovered that she spearheads international trafficking. What a feat to achieve in human life! Her bail plea was accepted after 3 months. Now she is absconding and the case is going on.

After my rescue, Jabala helped me to overcome my trauma through Cultural Therapy. They also prepared me to become capable through Work Readiness Programme and provided me with livelihood option.  I do have a happy life now and I wish all adolescent girls must have so. Jabala’s preventive programmes are indeed going to help achieve the same.


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