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MP government launches India’s first One Stop Crisis Centre in collaboration with ActionAid India   – provides ray of hope to women survivors of gender based violence

EMERGENCY APPEAL

Update: Tuesday 16th Oct 2018
Author by: Saroj Kumar Pattnaik

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MP government launches India’s first One Stop Crisis Centre in collaboration with ActionAid India   – provides ray of hope to women survivors of gender based violence

16th June 2014, New Delhi: “I was alone in my battle against the continuous sexual violence that I had been facing, but now I think this one stop crisis centre will become a support system for me and other women like me to access help,” shared Madhu (name changed) who was present at Samanvay Bhavan in Bhopal at the launch of the campaign ‘Gauravi’ by government of Madhya Pradesh. “Unable to cope with the situation I even attempted suicide, but NGO workers helped me to fight and seek justice and now the case is in the court,” she added. 

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