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Young adults born in Mumbai's red-light district turn their lives around. Top Searches Mumbai Rains. Covid cases in Mumbai. Rajesh Tope. Maharashtra Covid Cases. CoWin vaccine registration. This story is from November 16, Facebook Twitter Linkedin. At a shelter for children of sex workers at Kamathipurathe year-old spent three hours every day for three months doing an online course that would help her find a job.
Around Diwali, Salama ed a hospital in Navi Mumbai as a bedcare assistant, something her mother is proud of. For young adults born or raised in Mumbai's red-light district, growing up was never easy. But with the support of teachers and civil society groups, some of them have managed to thrive against all odds. Salama lived with her mother at Kamathipura till she was six. But as her mother wanted her to grow up outside the community and study, the Child Welfare Committee at Dongri sent her to a home for children.
Just a few days short of turning 18, Salama came down to visit her mother at Kamathipura. After her arrival, the national lockdown was announced and she could not get out of the area. Salama then moved into a shelter run by nonprofit Prerana, which functioned 24x7 during the lockdown for a select group of teenaged girls who were vulnerable and at high risk. The teenagers were given access to livelihood training courses conducted by educational institutions online. Currently, in the second year of degree college, Rohit, 21, aims to become an IPS officer. During the lockdown, he took up a job with a healthcare company for a project on epilepsy patients.
Rohit believes that his background will give him the empathy that police officers often lack. She came to Mumbai from Kolkata with her sister when she was just six. Her mother was a sex worker at Falkland Road and died in With the support of civil society groups, she completed her graduation.
To celebrate the achievements of such young adults born or raised in Mumbai's red-light district, NGO Prerana plans to honour them at an event next month. Start a Conversation. Coronavirus outbreak Covaxin vaccine Cowin vaccine registration Coronavirus live news Corona cases today Covshield vaccine.
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