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Kat-Katha works with women and children living in brothels, who were trafficked/forced into sex work at a young age. Over the years Kat-Katha has been creating safe spaces and life choices for the women and their children to learn, explore, and come alive with a sense of connection, expression, and possibility.

Registered under the Societies Registration act 1860, Kat-Katha was born on the streets of G.B. Road, the largest red-light area in the National capital region. Since its inception, Kat-Katha has been guided by the vision “To End Forced Sex work’. Our mission is to enable women and children living in brothels to live a life of their own choice and pursue their dreams with Dignity, Ownership, and Compassion. In a span of over eight years, Kat-Katha has worked with 1500 trafficked women and 200 children on GB Road through efforts in education, health awareness, counseling, and skill development. 

Our work is majorly in the areas of:

1) Community Building: Deep understanding of the needs and building of trust in the community through research, festival celebrations, and awareness drives.

2) Education: We enroll children in regular schools as well as have an after-school run on the top floor of one of the buildings in the red light district where academics, exposure, and life skill activities are conducted. We also conduct literacy classes for women inside brothels.

3) Livelihoods: We have a delivery kitchen in Pandav Nagar, New Delhi, where women from GB Road, lead a culinary business called Maitri Meals, where women are trained on employable cooking skills and get a chance to earn a livelihood through it. We also conduct livelihood and skill development training for young adults from the community.

The efforts by Kat-Katha have been recognized at several prestigious forums including L’oreal Paris Femina Women Awards, Times Now Amazing Indian Award, Mahindra Rise Award, Reebok Fit to Fight Award, Radio 98.3, Delhi ke Heroes,  and so on.

About The Beneficiary Organisation

Kat-Katha works with women and children living in brothels, who were trafficked/forced into sex work at a young age. Over the years Kat-Katha has been creating safe spaces and life choices for the women and their children to learn, explore, and come alive with a sense of connection, expression, and possibility.

Registered under the Societies Registration act 1860, Kat-Katha was born on the streets of G.B. Road, the largest red-light area in the National capital region. Since its inception, Kat-Katha has been guided by the vision “To End Forced Sex work’. Our mission is to enable women and children living in brothels to live a life of their own choice and pursue their dreams with Dignity, Ownership, and Compassion. In a span of over eight years, Kat-Katha has worked with 1500 trafficked women and 200 children on GB Road through efforts in education, health awareness, counseling, and skill development. 

Our work is majorly in the areas of:

1) Community Building: Deep understanding of the needs and building of trust in the community through research, festival celebrations, and awareness drives.

2) Education: We enroll children in regular schools as well as have an after-school run on the top floor of one of the buildings in the red light district where academics, exposure, and life skill activities are conducted. We also conduct literacy classes for women inside brothels.

3) Livelihoods: We have a delivery kitchen in Pandav Nagar, New Delhi, where women from GB Road, lead a culinary business called Maitri Meals, where women are trained on employable cooking skills and get a chance to earn a livelihood through it. We also conduct livelihood and skill development training for young adults from the community.

The efforts by Kat-Katha have been recognized at several prestigious forums including L’oreal Paris Femina Women Awards, Times Now Amazing Indian Award, Mahindra Rise Award, Reebok Fit to Fight Award, Radio 98.3, Delhi ke Heroes,  and so on.

About The Beneficiary Organisation

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