KIN INDIA is a not-for-profit non-governmental organization, established in 2018 in New Delhi, India, with the aim to end Human Trafficking and Gender Based Violence. It is possible only by transforming broken individuals and strengthening communities, enhancing and ensuring their human rights, justice and self-dignity.
KIN is working to transform the lives of broken and rescued young women and children, their communities physically and morally through rescue and rehabilitation. It provides counseling, capacity building and empowerment activities with community reintegration. With this strategy, KIN seeks to prioritize its working in 5P modality (Prevention, Protection, Prosecution, Partnership and Policy intervention) along with improving coordination, building alliance and advocacy against human trafficking with program activities based on 5R principles i.e Reporting, Rescue, Repatriation, Rehabilitation and Referral/Reintegration.
Society free from human trafficking and violence to women and children
Effectively organize and equip community with skills & knowledge enabling them to combat the injustice towards the oppressed and against Human Trafficking and Gender Based Violence to not only live a life free of violence but also a life of dignity and hope
To bring positive changes on the girls and women who are trafficked, those who are at risk of trafficking, have poor economic/social status & are in violence
KIN builds awareness on the social evils with restoration of survivors and makes the entire effort to make successful reintegration back into their family/community. In addition, it’s doing its best to address the root causes of such social evils simply to articulate as lack of awareness, poor economic condition and gaps on women friendly policies and appropriate by laws.
Since 2018, KIN has been working in different cities in India based in New Delhi for rescue, rehabilitation & repatriation of human trafficking survivors. After rescuing the survivors, KIN has been supporting for their overall development
KIN builds awareness on the social evils with restoration of survivors and makes the entire effort to make successful reintegration back into their family/community. In addition, it’s doin…
Twelve Nepali children were rescued from different places in India and brought to Nepal on Monday. Nabin Joshi, director of KIN India, an organisation that works in the sector of child trafficking rescue, informed that the children, all boys, were trafficked and forced to work in factories in Delhi and Rajasthan. While 8 children are […]Read More
Nepal Police, with the help of some rights organisations in India, rescued a 16-year-old girl from the hands of human traffickers. She was allegedly being sold in a bid to sacrifice her life as per some tantric religious practice. Anti-Human Trafficking Bureau of Nepal Police said their preliminary investigation into many details wherein the girl […]Read More