A shocking number of 1827 women are trafficked every hour. It's the second- largest organized crime in the country! Yet, this pervasive problem often goes unnoticed and receives insufficient attention. While many organizations actively engage in various social causes, human trafficking is seldom addressed.
This can contribute to a culture of indifference, making the problem seem anodyne and limiting efforts in combating the problem effectively.
We recognized the need for a fresh and impactful approach-one that could sensitively raise awareness about the grave problem and reach both victims and the general population.
To achieve this, we explored the potential...