Connecting local responses around the world
Posted on February 20, 2023 at 11:30pm 1 Comment 4 Likes
Hello everyone, my name is Ujana Minj from Rural Aid NGO work with support from Global Fund for Children is in Alipurduar District, Kalchini block (State of West Bengal, India). We work in the tea gardens on the issue of trafficking and child labour. During our SALT approach, I and my colleague Rati Lama have found that a group of women drive away a suspected trafficker from their tea garden …Continue
Posted on August 18, 2022 at 6:23am 1 Comment 2 Likes
Contribution of SALT approach to address School drop out after COVID
Hi, I am Ujana Minj, SALT facilitator from Rural Aid, Alipurduar District, West Bengal, India.
In the children's group meeting at Dima tea garden, I and my colleague Pancham and got to know about a school dropout case. The boy said that he is eager to study, but his parents are busy with work and are not able to meet the school authorities.
We decided to conduct a SALT home visit to…Continue
Posted on June 17, 2022 at 4:00am 0 Comments 2 Likes
A Living Story of a Woman who was once Rescued from Domestic work.
Hi everyone, Iam Ujana Minj, facilitator of Rural Aid NGO working in the teagarden of Kalchini Block, Alipurduar district, West Bengal.
Here is the SALT story of a…Continue
Posted on November 11, 2021 at 12:30am 1 Comment 3 Likes
A strong determination story from 33 years old married woman who support her family in Covid19 lockdown_SALT CONVERSATION.
Hi everyone, I’m Ujana Minj. I work with Rural Aid NGO with support from Global Fund for Children is in Alipurduar District, Kalchini Block, State of West Bengal, India. We work in the tea gardens on the issue of trafficking and child labour. We recently started using SALT in our work. Here is story from my SALT visit.
A story was shared from the…Continue
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