Sandhya Nair (fourth from left) with other krantikaris and the taxi driver who helps them distribute food. Photo: Sandhya NairSandhya Nair (fourth from left) with other krantikaris and the taxi driver who helps them distribute food. Photo: Sandhya Nair
Sandhya Nair (fourth from left) with other krantikaris and the taxi driver who helps them distribute food. Photo: Sandhya Nair

In India, sex workers’ children challenge taboos to help the needy

  • Women from the Kranti centre have distributed food to 3,000 others in Mumbai’s red-light districts, and are raising funds for relief work
  • They hope to help society understand their backgrounds, and overcome the stigma surrounding sex workers and their families

Topic |   India
Sandhya Nair (fourth from left) with other krantikaris and the taxi driver who helps them distribute food. Photo: Sandhya NairSandhya Nair (fourth from left) with other krantikaris and the taxi driver who helps them distribute food. Photo: Sandhya Nair
Sandhya Nair (fourth from left) with other krantikaris and the taxi driver who helps them distribute food. Photo: Sandhya Nair
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