News outlets often expose and shame women working for illicit massage parlors. Read Polaris' blog post to learn more and find out what you can do.
Social Action for Rural and Tribal In-Habitants of India (SARTHI) was established in August 1980 as a branch of the Social Work and Research Centre (SWRC), Tilonia, Rajasthan. SARTHI was registered as an independent organization in July 1985. SARTHI is a grassroots NGO, with 29 years experience in rural development. SARTHI has developed a good rapport and reputation with those it has worked with in the tri-junction area of Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Bheel Adivasi, the tribal pockets in these localities, are generally poor and underprivileged groups, having been neglected, made vulnerable and exploited by society for many years.
To develop self-reliant communities through a self-help approach, particularly for women