Providing trauma treatment to freed child slaves in India
and help them build a better future.
Watch this video (15 min) on child labor,
from the Dutch television documentary ‘Rich and poor’ on living conditions in Delhi, India.
A bright light after dark times
In the past 30 years over 80,000 children in India have been freed from their former slave masters by Kailash Satyarthi (Nobel peace prize winner) and his team. Once freed, the children are sheltered in Bal Ashram, Jaipur intended for long stay and schooling of children who are not able to return to their homes. The Save by Seva Foundation is working towards providing psychological treatment to these traumatized children.
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Meeting of Kailash Satyarti (center) and psychologist Rishma Khubsing (standing next to Kailash, on the left) at the Mukti Ashram, New Delhi.
Freed from their slave masters: the children together with Rishma (on the left), now safe at the Mukti Ashram