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Workshop on Group Action

NARNAUL, MAHENDRAGARH: In a groundbreaking initiative to combat bride trafficking (BT), a transformative workshop was convened in Narnaul, Mahendragarh. Organized with the noble aim of fostering healing and unity among survivors, the event marked a significant step forward in empowering those affected by this grave issue.

Led by esteemed facilitators Mishal Rizvi and Sanaya Singh, the workshop delved deep into the resilience and untapped potential of BT survivors. Through engaging activities and insightful sessions, attendees were encouraged to explore their hidden talents and entrepreneurial spirit, paving the way for a brighter future.

Ankit, the gracious host of the workshop, was honored with an appreciation certificate from Shafiq R. Khan, founder of Empower People, for his invaluable contribution to the cause. Survivor leaders Anjum Bano, Madhubala, Komal, and Rajni, hailing from Yamunanagar and Karnal, shared their inspiring stories, igniting hope and determination among participants.

The success of this initiative would not have been possible without the dedicated support of District Coordinators Dildar Hussain, Rajbala, and Dayawati, whose unwavering commitment ensured the seamless execution of the program.

As the fight against bride trafficking continues, initiatives like these serve as beacons of hope, reaffirming our collective resolve to eradicate this scourge from our society.

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