WHAT WE DO

Who We Are

Astha Mahila Evam Bal Vikash Sansthan is a registered, Non-Profit Organization and it is working in the field since 2007. AMEBVS was formed in 2007 but this organization got registered in 2014. The working area of Astha organization in Varanasi, Jaunpur, Mirzapur, and Indo-Nepal Border. Aastha is a non-profit organization helping victims and survivors of sex trafficking, human trafficking, domestic servitude, and child abuse in Uttar Pradesh and at the Indo-Nepal border by researching, analyzing addressing, and then implementation of ideas.

Astha organization’s mission is to fight against modern slavery with different tools of research, and according to the facts of the research, Astha organization in coordination with different level of government officials and frontline workers, different developmental programs is organiz

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Our Team

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To increase the public awareness and prevention of modern slavery by research tools and through laws. To support victims and survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence, and work collaboratively with various organizations, government officials, and society.

Pallabi Ghosh
A human rights activist and part of the Global Freedom Exchange Program in Washington D.C, New York, and Dallas.
Santosh Kumar
A social worker since 2007. He started his career as a volunteer and working as a consultant with us for the past many years.
Aman Kumar
Ph.D on the issue of Human Trafficking and Migration in Nepal from Centre for the Study of Nepal, Faculty of Social Sciences,
Imran Khan
His enthusiasm for social work and the struggle for education has motivated him for specialization in Dalit and Tribal Studies