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Our latest news

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Children of prostitutes: the sacrifice of mothers

Aide et Action is working with its partner Prayas on GB Road, in the heart of New Delhi, where the majority of prostitutes live and work. These women are subjected to the worst violence, locked up in cramped rooms where clients and pimps have every right. Deprived of freedom, of care and most often beaten, they must also face the rejection of society. 

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Nandani, a GB Road child rescued from sexual exploitation

Nandini, born to a prostitute mother and a pimp father, was at great risk of living the same life as her mother. The reception centre developed by Aide et Action and its partner Parayas in New Delhi has changed the course of her life.  

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Persaralin Dohling, an extraordinary entrepreneur

Thanks to Aide et Action's vocational training project in India, Persaralin Dohling, a farmer and mother of four, has become a woman entrepreneur, a trainer and a source of inspiration for all members of her community. The state of Meghalaya, where she resides, has congratulated her by giving her the best entrepreneur award this year. 

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COVID-19: Women as agents of change for education

In the face of the VCT-19 pandemic, more than 500 women, mostly illiterate, have, with Aide et Action's support, saved more than 3000 marginalized and vulnerable children from dropping out of school. This Aide et Action program is a real educational success for the children, and also enables women to learn and become agents of change within society.  

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Aide et Action's "Girls who Code" initiative helps girls unlock their potential

In the midst of great risks, painful stories and more, we have a reason to smile and cherish. Under the Girls Who Code initiative, the daughters of domestic workers in Pune are being trained in computer coding. This training not only helps them improve their creative, logical and problem-solving skills, but also their academic skills, shares Madhu Pandey, Programme Officer, AEAI South Asia.

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Let's protect migrant children together

The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the economic situation of the most vulnerable. Thousands of children are forced to work to help their families meet their basic needs. Among them, migrants are the most at risk. On the occasion of International Migrants Day, December 18, Aide et Action is highlighting their rights and fundamental freedoms.

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India: 'Educate Connect' programme aims to reduce school drop-out among children of migrant workers

According to the 2011 Census of India, there were 92.95 million internal migrant children scattered across the country, with current figures likely to be much higher. Studies indicate that these children are more vulnerable, with higher probabilities of child labour and discontinued educational opportunities. The current COVID-19 pandemic has further exacerbated the vulnerable situation of these groups at risk. In response to these challenges, Aide et Action has launched the Education Connect programme, which ensures continuity of learning for migrant children returning to Odisha.

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