Back from Kolkata(Calcutta), India … where half of our trip was invested in building relationships and a deeper understanding of how GHNI can assist and work alongside people and organizations already involved in anti-human trafficking. “Sober” is putting it extremely lightly, as we the team of three began to delve into and more deeply understand this devastating and complex work among a diverse group of organizations and philosophies pressing into these needs. Photography and personal interviews were simply not allowed; and for many-MANY good reasons. It was an experience I will never forget! Please note picture is blurred for privacy issues.
Posted on March 20, 2012, in GHNI, human trafficking, India, sexual exploitation and tagged Community Development, corruption, exploitation, ghni, human trafficking, poverty help hope hurting hidden development micro-enterprise donate donations, prostitution, slum slums ghni workingconditions children poverty india Jharkhan coal, TCD. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.