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Shehanaz Builds Knowledge in the Community

Shehanaz Begum, Outreach Worker, is a resident of Dhanibandh settlement in Sambalpur and also an outreach worker with CFAR. sexkontakte in sh She covers 14 out of the 88 settlements in Sambalpur to interact with the community and provide them the necessary support in the form of information. singles ab 50 in thurgau A trained

Rakesh Makkar: Breaking Gender Stereotype

Rakesh Kumar Makkar has been staying in Ward no 18 in Baliapata, since 2002. He got to know that there are many labourers staying in this Ward, who were facing lot of problems. “I decided to help them by taking their issues to the Government and Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and many people from the

COVID Relief support for sex workers and transgender in Madurai

COVID has resulted in a huge economic impact across the globe. Lockdown to prevent the spread of infection has brought economy to a standstill, hitting the poor very badly. Hunger and poverty are a bigger threat than COVID-19 itself. Challenges faced by the vulnerable population: Sex workers, transgender and people living with HIV are facing

Supporting Daily Wage Workers in Pune

Sharada Shinde lives with her son and two grandsons. She had to leave her work to look after her grandsons. Her son is the only earning member of the family. He worked as a daily wage labourer and managed to meet the daily needs of the family. Now due to lockdown, he is not able

Reaching out to Key Population- PLHIV, Sex workers for Health and Nutrition

In April 2020, Centre For Advocacy and Research (CFAR) team was approached by a group of Female Sex Workers, PLHIV, elderly and even men from urban poor settlements in Guntur to help them in providing food and health care, especially PLHIV who need nutrition support. Shehnaz, Ayesha and Baji Bee, who have been associated with

Helping Migrants in Chandragiri Village

Centre for Advocacy and Research (CFAR) received information on 15th April regarding a group of 8 migrant labourers from Jharkhand who were stuck at Chandragiri village in Ananthapur district due to the lockdown and needed immediate help as they were running short of food supplies. All of these are daily wage labourers working and living