INDIA AMRAT Network Support Arise supports the AMRAT network in building their capacity and impact. This support involves: Salary support for the key leadership Funding Annual General Meetings, bringing together over 100 frontline activists for fellowship and training Funding Regional Leadership Meetings, focused on building the national network Prevention in Jharkhand This three-year project in Jharkhand State focuses on the prevention of human trafficking through the promotion of Community Based Organisations for safe and informed migration. Working in Damruhat, the project targets communities most vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation, especially migrant workers and children. It will raise awareness against trafficking, support children in education to lower drop-outs, and focus on empowering women, adolescents and other groups to increase income in the areas. Run by the Bethany and Holy Cross Sisters, it is a follow on project to a one-year baseline conducted in 2017/18. Migrant Support around Delhi Migrant workers are amongst some of the most vulnerable groups in India. They enjoy almost no societal rights and often suffer extreme poverty and abuse. Our Migrant Support project runs five centres, in Solan, Bathinda, Samalkha, Faridabad and Karnal, focused on this marginalised community. Each centre runs formal and informal education programs, rights trainings and awareness raising for key groups such as domestic workers and rickshaw pullers, as well as working with the local communities to meet their specific needs.