Pink Belt Project is bringing all women together to stand against crime, achieve progress by education, empower themselves to have best life, and be unified to create one voice to support worldwide unprivileged sisterhood.
In the last two years, Pink Belt has changed life of thousands of women in India through its programs:
We touched life of approximately 148000 females and 10000 men in over 800+ various sessions in different cities in India in 2 years. Whichever city PB has reached we take a pride to say that we were able to prevent domestic abuse, physical and sexual assault, at some extent. We have helpline for woman to get instant help if they are facing any violence.
Many institutions and volunteers work for poor communities. We go beyond. We go to places where many are neglected.
In 2016 our founder Aparna Rajawat started Aaleya Welfare Society to sponsor education for poor kids. Later, she started Pink Belt Mission with the objective to strengthen every Indian women by providing them health awareness, safety techniques, legal rights, cybercrime, self-defense, computer literacy, and vocational trainings in order to prevent sexual and domestic abuse.